It’s a new decade, and with it comes plenty of new wellness trends that we can get on board with. Now that 2020 is here, let’s look at some of the hottest wellness trends we think will be popular this year.
- Nonalcoholic Elixirs
It’s not just dry January anymore as more and more people are opting not to drink or to cut back on drinking. Not only that, many people are replacing alcoholic drinks with non-alcoholic elixirs. Think mocktails or virgin daiquiris, but with a healthier and tasty spin. Elixirs are made with herbs, fresh fruit, simple syrup, juices, sparkling water, and most importantly, no alcohol, creating an alternative to your usual happy hour selection.
- Digital Detox
The world is becoming more digital by the minute with screens everywhere. But overexposure to digital technology, especially from your phones, TVs, and other devices, can be linked to a lot of problems like stress, sleeping issues, burnout, and anxiety. Also, digital devices emit blue light that has been shown to cause eye strain and other problems when these devices are used at night. This is why a lot of people are doing a digital detox and limiting the amount of time they spend on their devices. They are also using special glasses and apps that help block or reduce blue light from the screens of your devices. Whether you detox for a few hours or a few days, you can take the opportunity to go out, work out, and create more balance in your digital life.
This wellness trend goes hand-in-hand with a growing focus on stress reduction and how the mind affects health. Self-healing focuses on the connection between mind and body, so instead of a focus on treating symptoms, it aims to address the root causes of stress. These causes can be anything from bad habits to life circumstances. Some common self-healing methods are meditation, journaling, breathing exercises, prioritizing sleep, and positive thinking.
- Plant-Based Diet
This isn’t a new trend, but it is becoming more prevalent as more and more people are striving to eat healthy and be environmentally friendly. With many concerns of how too much meat consumption may affect health and the environment, people are switching to plant-based diets that are filled primarily with foods derived from plants. This doesn’t mean eliminating animal products entirely, but there are also many meat substitutes and alternatives hitting the market that are derived from plants.
- Home Fitness
There’s been a rise in home exercise solutions for people who may be too busy to go to the gym, or they just find it more convenient to work out at home. Whether it is online classes, exercise apps, or smart exercise devices like the Peloton Bike or Mirror, many active people are making the most of their workouts in the comfort of their own homes.
- Cellular Beauty
For so long, skin care and beauty products have only been topicals. But skin care has been evolving to include diet and lifestyle. Because of scientific research, more people are finding out that your nutrition, lifestyle, and the health of your cells all affect the health of your skin. So, skin care products and practices are now having more of a focus on beauty from the inside out like the supplement Vivix® which is designed to Slow Aging at the Cellular Level®*†
If you like staying up to date with things, try one or a few of the trends above. But no matter what’s in right now, the best trend you can keep to is living healthy—which is always in style.
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†Laboratory studies show that Vivix key ingredients protect and repair DNA . In a clinical study, key ingredients were shown to blunt the inflammatory response of healthy people to an unhealthy meal, which can lead to cellular aging over time.