National Escape Day
National Escape Day is a holiday that encourages everyone to escape from their day-to-day reality and to take some time in pampering themselves. This holiday is observed annually on the 30th of January and it’s the perfect time of the year for people to unplug from their problems and rejuvenate their mind, body and soul.
For some people that might mean taking a trip to a beautiful, exotic locale, and for other people it might mean taking a trip only in their mind. Regardless, this is the day to kick stress to the curb and take the necessary actions to take care of your mental health.
The History Of National Escape Day
At this point in time, we’re unsure of who invented National Escape Day. We’re also quite unsure of when it was invented, although we suspect that it has probably only been around for a few years now.
However, we do believe the intention behind this holiday is to encourage people to take a day off from their hectic lives. That much seems clear to us. We’ll continue to try to research the origins of this day, but until we do, allow us continue with out article.
Some Of The Benefits Of Unplugging From Technology For A Day
Since one of the ways that people can observe this holiday is by unplugging from media, we’ve decided to list some of the benefits that people can enjoy when they do so. The following facts are the result of hours of research and we hope that everyone reading along with us today finds them to be very helpful in their search for a more zen lifestyle.
- Disconnecting from technology helps with insomnia, dry eye and migraines caused by looking at electronic screens.
- It reduces anxiety and stress.
- It gives people a chance to spend time with friends and family.
- It reduces feelings of loneliness.
Observing National Escape Day
There are any number of different ways for people to observe this holiday. They can take the time to go on vacation, or they can simply stay at home and pamper themselves. Or, they can spend the day doing absolutely nothing.
Another way to observe this holiday is by taking a digital detox from the Internet. This means unplugging from social media, and taking a break from all forms of online media. It all depends on what a person wants to do and what they feel is better for their physical and mental health.