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Top 5 wellness trends of 2021

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Against the background of uncertainty and stress, which have fallen in full during the pandemic, taking care of yourself and your own well-being has become a vital measure. According to experts, this year most people will delve into the topic of psychotherapy, will strengthen the body and immunity, and will begin to closely monitor their hormonal and sexual health. Top 5 wellness trends of 2021 are here!

Self love and self care


Recently, there has been a clear trend in self love and self care. The past year has shown us that time to recharge matters, and that loving yourself is important.

“Our bodies are the arbiters of safety, and when we feel unsafe in this world, or if our basic human needs are not being met, we start to break down – spiritually, emotionally, physically,” explains Latham Thomas, founder of Mama Glow Wellness Platform. ─ The only way to stay strong and move forward is to be aware of your vulnerabilities, to show yourself love, care and respect.

Healthy sleep, quality rest, self-care, spiritual practices are all simple ways to bring balance and comfort back to life. They not only have a positive effect, but are important tools for healing and healing.

Digital psychotherapy

Another trend that we will follow in 2021 is to pay attention not only to your physical, but also to your mental health. Being able to understand and influence your emotional state helps you cope with stress and find harmony with the world (which is an important aspect of taking care of yourself).

In addition to meditation courses and mindfulness articles, digital psychotherapy is gaining popularity: many forms of counseling and therapy are now available remotely, in a safe environment at home. Consultations with a psychologist via Skype instead of personal meetings have become the norm, experts in this field are increasingly subscribed to on Instagram, and the number of online platforms for choosing the right specialist is constantly increasing.

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Home fitness


The next trend, which will move into 2021 from last year, is online training. In the conditions of isolation and the transition to remote work, many realized that it is quite possible to set up a sports mode at home. Someone did not interrupt the classes and continued to work with a personal trainer on Face Time, someone decided to keep fit using videos on YouTube and even on TikTok, and someone discovered virtual group workouts. New technologies and the number of online offers from professional trainers confirm that exercising in your own apartment can be as effective as in a fitness studio.

Hormonal health

During the pandemic, many faced the problem of constant tension, stress and anxiety, which led to hormonal disruption. Hormones control many important bodily functions (mood, well-being, behavior, and directly affect the health and condition of skin, hair and nails), so restoring and maintaining their balance is another important wellness trend to watch out for.

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“Hormones are like music played in a beautiful but sometimes discordant symphony,” explains obstetrician-gynecologist Eden Fromberg of New York. “When hormones are played too loud or quiet, too fast or slow, and do not interact with others, the sound produced can irritate the entire system.”

Over the past few years, special skin care lines have even appeared in the field of beauty, adapted to hormonal cycles (such cosmetics help to eliminate hormonal imbalances that cause age-related acne and premature aging). There is also a demand for vitamin complexes, which in one way or another are involved in the regulation of hormones.

READ: WINTER SKIN CARE: TOP 5 REASONS WHY SKIN GOES CRAZY IN WINTER

Sexual revolution

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Our list of wellness trends ends with intimate health care. The sex industry wants to change attitudes towards sexual pleasure and self-satisfaction, and, admittedly, successfully. Intimate issues are increasingly coming out of the shadows, fueled by sex toy manufacturers themselves, as well as celebrities and other opinion leaders who support them. The period 2020-2021 can be safely called the beginning of a new sexual revolution. A revolution led by women.

“I believe that sexual health is a basic human right,” said Dakota Johnson in an interview. ─ Consensual sex and intimate pleasure are manifestations of caring for the body. Everyone should have access to quality sex products, regardless of gender, age of majority or type of sexuality. ” Last year, the actress became an investor and creative director of the wellness brand Maude, which promotes the themes of mindfulness and sex education.

Following her on her collaboration with another brand of intimate goods announced by Cara Delevingne... The model became the co-owner and creative director of the Lora DiCarlo brand, which produces sex toys. The company calls its mission to get rid of stereotypes around sex and female orgasm. Actually, these topics are also devoted to a blog about sexuality and its forms on the Lora DiCarlo website.

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