Health and Wellness: 4 Trends to Help You Relax
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Every now and then, it’s important to take a break from the hustle and bustle of daily living.

When you’re ready to put the household chores, children’s activities, and social functions on hold, consider these four emerging trends in rest and relaxation.

1. Airport Health and Wellness Centers

Many airports have added health and wellness centers to their list of options to assist travelers with layovers. For example, airports like Burlington International Airport in Vermont, O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, San Francisco International Airport, and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport have added yoga rooms to their terminals.

2. Mobile Apps That Soothe the Mind

Your smartphone or tablet can now cater to your mental well-being via apps aimed at better sleep, meditation techniques and more.

3. Hot Springs

For a truly restful getaway, visit a resort that offers hot springs, which are credited with boosting blood circulation, reducing stress, promoting sleep, and relieving pain. Natural hot springs can be found in nearly half of the 50 states.

4. Hotels That Offer Healthy Food

These days it’s easier than ever to stay on your fitness and health schedule even when you’re away from home. Many hotels now offer amenities like healthy food restaurants, rental workout clothing/shoes, and in-room workout equipment like elliptical machines.

Learn even more health tips for women.

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