NATIONAL RELAXATION DAY

NATIONAL RELAXATION DAY

National Relaxation Day is observed annually on August 15th.  It is time to slow down, unwind and relax!

National Relaxation Day is an important day as we all need a break from the fast-paced and often hectic lifestyles we live. Taking time to recuperate and rejuvenate our tired minds and bodies may help prevent many health risks.  Like the founder of this day suggested, too much work can make us sick, run down, tired and that’s just wrong. 

But he was right! It has been proven that stress can be harmful to our health, both mentally and physically.  Most doctors will agree that finding ways to relax and finding ways to reduce stress will improve overall health.

What is your favorite relaxation activity?

Reading a book

Fishing with a friend

A picnic in the park

Walking along the beach

Taking a drive in the country

Spa

Golfing

Photography

A movie

Window shopping

Lunch with friends

Drinks with friends

Watching sports

Swimming

These are just a few of the many possible relaxation ideas that you may want to use to celebrate this holiday.

HOW TO OBSERVE

We are aware that not everyone is able to get this holiday off from work, so while you are at your job, do what you can to avoid stress and do not work late today.  When you get off of work, take a deep breath, unwind, relax and begin your National Relaxation Day celebration!  Use #NationalRelaxationDay to post on social media and spread the word.

HISTORY

Sean Moeller founded National Relaxation Day in 1985 as a fourth-grader.  In an interview with Valerie Monson in The Des Moines Register Sean suggested people shouldn’t do anything of real value.  Cleaning and real work are not part of relaxation.

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