Berry good news
The air is fresher, the temperature has dropped a few degrees, and it’s September, which means autumn has officially arrived. And, after an amazing sunshine-packed summer, the cooler weather can symbolise a fresh start – a new beginning – and a time to embrace hobbies or work goals.
But shaking up your routine can be unsettling and leave you feeling a bit unsure about the future. Thankfully, RESCUE has launched RESCUE PLUS Mixed Berry Lozenge so you stay on top of your day, whatever comes your way.
The new flavour has a soothing liquid centre, is sugar free and contains the five Bach Original Flower Essences. This is combined with pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), which supports mental performance, plus vitamin B12 to help maintain normal psychological function.
The product adds to the range of iconic RESCUE Droppers, used by generations for generations, as well as RESCUE Remedy Sprays, Pastilles, Melts, Gum, Effervescent and RESCUE Night Droppers, Sprays and Melts.
To stay mindful when embracing a fresh start, RESCUE has the following top tips…
- Breathe deeply. When you’re feeling nervous, count to five as you inhale, then five as you exhale and relax your shoulders.
- Stay grounded. If you can’t clear your mind, draw your attention to your feet. Think about how they feel in your shoes or the breeze on your ankles. This will bring you back to the present moment.
- Slow down. Really listen to what people say, enjoy the warmth of sun on your skin and savour the smell, taste and texture of your food.
- Sleep well. Around 53 per cent of people lose sleep over worrying*. To get to sleep, do a full body scan, from your toes up to the crown of your head. You’ll probably be asleep before you reach your nose.
- Be kind to yourself. If you make a mistake, don’t be hard on yourself. Everyone makes errors.
- Don’t dwell on difficult thoughts. Watch your thoughts come and go, just like clouds in the sky and don’t be shy about asking for help.
Click here to find out more about the RESCUE PLUS Mixed Berry Lozenge.
*The Great British Bedtime Report 2017