Femina, India's leading women's magazine calls #BlueMind the top wellness trend for 2020. We agree!
In these times of stress and uncertainty, water is medicine.
If you think that exercise, diet and supplements are the only components in our wellness journey, think again. Here are some offbeat trends that are fast catching on in the wellness industry. Dr Paras Daithankar, a Pune-based lifestyle coach, suggests that you watch out for these:
If red is the colour of anger and stress and gray the color of burnout and despair, blue stands for tranquillity.
As the name suggests, this particular wellness trend is all about harnessing the power of water to keep your mental and physical health in the pink. In fact, this trend owes its origins to Dr. Wallace J. Nichols book, Blue Mind, which advocates using water-based activities to de-stress and boost mental powers.
In other words, experts expect more and more people to opt for such activities as wild swimming, surfing, sailing and simply walking by a water stream this year.