How and where do you start With recognizing wellness trends? A way can be to look for fashion words - words that find their way in article heads, Tiktok under titles and searches proposed by Google.
The year 2023 certainly brought many fashion words into the spotlight, some of which were more upset than others. In this blog we will emphasize and unpack the wellness fashion words that we will certainly take to 2024 at When Nature Calls. They generate curiosity and challenge existing perspectives on mental well -being.
But before we start, you can guess what they mean?
1. Red light therapy
Red light therapy, also known as photobiomodulation, means that One is exposed to low-level red or near infrared light. It is thought that this therapy stimulates cellular function, improves skin health and possibly relieves certain conditions. Red light therapy has gained popularity as a non-invasive and holistic approach to support general well-being.
"I think that p $ ychedelics are going to absolutley be - and currently are the next most interesting area in addressing mental health"
2. Therapeutic psychedelic supported integration
This term emphasizes the importance of integrating And processing insights that arise from a psychedelic experience in daily life. Therapeutic psychedelic supported integration means that people cooperate with mental health care professionals to understand the meaning of a psychedelic experience, especially in therapeutic or healing contexts.
3. Hyper synchrony
Hyper-synchrony refers to an increased state of synchronization or connectivity within the brain. In the context of the psychedelic Renaissance, scientists investigate How psychedelics may induce hyper-synchronics in the brain. This increased connectivity is associated with changed states of consciousness, profound insights and therapeutic effects.
4. Apple baths
Ice baths mean that the body is immersed in extremely cold water for a short period of time. It is believed that this practice has various health benefits, including reducing inflammation, improving muscle recovery and promoting overall well -being. Ice baths are often used in combination with other wellness practices for a holistic approach to create both physical and mental health.
5. Acupressure mats
Acupressure mats have small spikes or pressure points that stimulate different acupressure points on the body when one is or sits on it. It is believed that this practice Relaxation promotes, reduces muscle tension and possibly relieves stress. Acupressure mats are often used as part of self -care routines to improve overall well -being.
6. Shroom tree
"Shroom Boom" is an informal term used to describe the growing popularity and interest in psychedelic mushrooms (often referred to as "shrooms") within the context of the psychedelic Renaissance. This includes both the recreational use of mushrooms and exploring their therapeutic potential. The term reflects the increasing cultural acceptance and curiosity in the mainstream around psychedelics.
Entheogens are substances, often of vegetable origin, that are used to generate changed states of consciousness for religious or spiritual purposes. The term is used to emphasize the potential of psychedelics to evoke in -depth spiritual or mystical experiences. The emphasis is on the spiritual or sacred nature of the psychedelic experience.
"Look deep Into Nature and you Will Understand Everything Better"
Bosbaden, or Shinrin-Yoku, is a welfare practice where one immersing in a natural forest environment. This practice originated in Japan and is associated with various health benefits, including reduced stress, improved mood and a general welfare. Bosbaden emphasizes the healing effects of nature on both physical and mental health.
9. Preparation, mindset and surroundings
This concept emphasizes The importance of mindset and environment in the context of a psychedelic experience. "Preparation" includes mental and emotional readiness, "set" refers to the mindset and expectations of the individual, and "setting" relates to the physical and social environment. The idea is that a positive and intentional approach to these factors can have a significant influence on the quality and outcomes of a psychedelic experience, whether it is for therapeutic or recreational purposes.
10. Sound baths
A sound bath means that therapeutic sounds are experienced, often produced by instruments such as singing bowls, gongs or tuning forks. The compelling and meditative nature of sound baths Is supposed to promote relaxation, reduce stress and create a sense of well -being. Sound baths are gaining more and more popularity such as a holistic wellness practice.
11. Meeters with little dopamine
The idea of avoiding immediate satisfaction in the morning is often linked to the concept of "deferred satisfaction", whereby individuals choose to postpone rewards in favor of more significant long -term benefits. This approach is associated with building resilience, discipline and a sense of satisfaction.
Ultimately, the goal of choosing activities with a low dopamine in the morning is to create a positive and productive start of the day, in which a mindset is promoted that is aimed at long -term welfare instead of trusting direct but volatile pleasure.
12. Functional mushrooms (in everything)
This list would not be complete without mentioning the powerhouses who came into the spotlight this year. From additions to coffee house menus, delicacies filled with gummies to more and more press attention, functional mushrooms will become even more popular in 2024. We can't wait.
One last word
In the whirlwind of 2023 we have seen the rise of buzzwords and trends that have made its way in our daily lives, have challenged standards and have reformed our perspectives on well -being. Cheers on a 2024 full of hyper-synchronics, mushroom-booms, and mornings that set the stage for permanent well-being.