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Types of Rest You Need to Know

Discover the type of rest that benefits you the most.

In a previous article, we were talking about the fact that it is now known that there is more than one type of rest and that sometimes sleep is not the only thing you need to feel good and fully energized.

Earlier, we discussed achieving better performance if you need physical, mental, or social rest. Today we will review sensory, creative, emotional, and spiritual rest. Do you still not know what type of rest is best for you? Then read on to learn how to get the most out of your performance, feeling good in the process.



Emotional rest: Some jobs involve being in a lot of contact with other people, being prone to a constant rise and fall of emotions that you can experience from stress to satisfaction in a concise period. Therefore, this break is simple: have a good time alone, disconnected from social networks and any contact that can affect you emotionally.

Sensory Break: Bright lights, computer, and phone screens, background noises. In our world, our stimuli are constantly influenced and exhaust our brains without realizing it. Sensory rest is vital, and it is recommended at least once a day. To practice it, you must close your eyes for a few minutes and stay away from digital devices for an hour or two.



Creative rest: If your work activities consist of solving problems, creating things, or looking for solutions, the syndrome known as burn-out may be just around the corner. Connecting with nature is one of the best ways to recharge your creative battery, whether taking a walk in the park or sitting down for a few minutes in the nearest green area. Another convenient option is to do some activity that helps connect with inspiration, be it art, reading, or watching a movie.

Spiritual rest: It may be undervalued, but spiritual rest is about looking beyond the physical and mental and reconnecting with the original purpose that has led you to get where you are. Spiritual rest is not only related to religion; this type of connection can be found in a community or through meditation. Connecting once a week with a sense of self-acceptance and self-esteem are keys to feeling true well-being and contentment with life.



Sleep is essential, but from now on, remember that it is not the only thing you need to live a productive life without forgetting the health and satisfaction of personal well-being. What kind of rest do you think is most important? Which one will you try to practice from now on?