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Use these quick, in-the-moment guided visualisation exercises to...
“Identify a place where you feel safe, comfortable and calm, such as at the beach,” says Nicole Detling. Visit that spot in your mind anytime you need to unwind.
Give the ache a shape, colour or name, like a balloon or fire, Nicole says. Then imagine yourself popping the balloon or dousing the fire with water. Taking control of it in your mind will help reduce it.
If you’re dragging your feet on the way to the gym, imagine yourself enjoying the perks of sticking to the routine for a few months, like better energy. Women who used this visualisation technique, called approach imagery, were more enthusiastic, worked out more, and burned more calories than others, according to research in the