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Today and tomorrow, there are so many stressors that blast our daily lives. We are readjusting to staying home all week, working from home, and some of us are also doubling down on teaching our kids at home too! We at Unified Caring Association (UCA) are highlighting 4 important but very different products available in our Caring Community Store that help us with self care during this unusual time.
Monitoring biofeedback is a quick and easy way to see how we are feeling. There are many different monitors on the market today. Arguably, the most important is a Pulse Oximeter to help us know if we are maintaining needed blood oxygen levels while breathing. Since coronavirus targets lungs and our ability to take oxygen into our circulation, good self care means effective breathing. If at risk, compromised or elderly, a simple effective pulse oximeter can give us feedback to help stay on top of our health.
It is a fantastic idea to have a daily mindfulness exercise. UCA has beautiful decks of cards that can help us learn emotional intelligence and how to better manage stress. These messages bring light to our full potential, purpose and empower us. When we pick one each morning, we receive inspirational messages that raise awareness beyond the walls of our homes. Our spirit can be lifted. We can feel bigger than the four walls we reside within.
This is a cookbook for those of us who are wearing more hats than normal. A love for food and a passion for healthy nutritious meals doesn’t have to be hard. Cook simple and caring dishes easily to care for tummy, mind, and soul that are quick, easy and fill your house with joy! Now THAT is self care!
Relieve stress and tension by getting a good yet relaxing Yogahh! workout. The kit comes with almost everything needed for a self-care day. The kit contains a milk bath, muscle balms, yoga mat cleanser, lotions, cleansers and more! Gently ease tension and give yourself a spa day at home! This Cuccio kit is built for right now.
We are all being called to do extraordinary things for the collective caring of our families, communities and the world in response to the unique coronavirus pandemic. Whether home bound or providing critical services, everyone is stretched to adapt like never before. All of us are in this together. Now more than ever, caring is what we need most. Caring for our self. Caring for others around us. Life is going to require new routines, resilience and compassion. We invite you to join us in creating a caring movement to respond to local needs.