Healing sounds, tranquility, fitness for emotional well-being…RoundGlass identifies wellness trends for 2023

BELLEVUE, Wash., January 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — RoundGlass, a global wholistic wellbeing company, has identified breakthrough wellness trends for the year 2023. Wellness researchers and experts at RoundGlass dug deep into wellness science research to pick trends that will shape how we live, heal and thrive in the new year.

For example, how meditation evolved from a practice focused on mental wellbeing to helping people with pain and physical ailments. And how people now see an emotional side of fitness, where they want to know how a workout will make them feel and live better, rather than how they will look.

Prakriti PoddarGlobal Head, Mental Health and Wellness, RoundGlass, says: “The world is shifting to a multi-disciplinary approach when it comes to wellness. This includes emotional and social wellbeing rather than strictly following ‘the life of the lonely mind’. We are seeing an increase in spirituality and other therapeutic interventions that individuals are choosing when it comes to well-being.” The wellness trends have been identified by Prakriti and Dr david lazyLead research at RoundGlass.

dr david lazyLead, Research, RoundGlass adds, “New research shows that meditation has evolved from an activity aimed at improving focus and relaxation to helping people cope with pain and also physical ailments.”

In addition, as a leader in wellness, RoundGlass’ five new wellness trends for 2023 can be incorporated into a person’s daily life. These trends apply to individuals across all age groups, for targeted needs one might have. Some of these trends are:

  • Immersive and healing sound: Sound healing is expected to gain traction in 2023. Soundscapes, including binaural beats, 3D spatial audio, and isochronous tones, can help stimulate and entrain the brain to reduce anxiety, facilitate relaxation, improve concentration, and promote healing. In fact, therapeutic playlists are now being curated for clinical and hospitality settings.
  • emergence of calm: 2023 is about slowing down and pausing. People will prefer soothing sound baths and restorative yoga to high-intensity interval training (HIIT) classes and busy culture. There is also an increasing emphasis on sleep as the ultimate form of self-care. If it’s technology that robbed you of your sleep, then it’s sleep technology with its tools and gadgets that will help you get eight hours of restful sleep. Choose from a wide variety of apps that offer sleep stories and sleep meditations and download them to rest, reset and revitalize.
  • The emotional side of fitness: There has been a positive shift in the ethos of today’s fitness world, from “what will this workout make me look like?” to “how will this training make me feel and lead a better life?” People are becoming interested in workouts that support their emotional well-being and mental health while helping to alleviate the effects of everyday stress.
  • Mind-Body Therapies: Some of these have lingered on the fringes of wellness areas, but are now gaining credibility with new evidence supporting their impact on health and wellness.
    • Float Tanks: Remember the “sensory deprivation” tanks in Stranger Things? Well, they’re having a moment. These tanks contain water mixed with Epsom salt that makes it easy for the bodies to float in and can help you improve your mental well-being. One study found that participants reported a significant reduction in stress, muscle tension, pain and depression accompanied by a significant improvement in mood after an hour of floating.
    • Cryotherapy and Cold Immersion Therapy: Athletes have used ice baths for years to treat inflammation and muscle pain. Recent studies now show that they are also effective for reducing cardiovascular stress, decreased blood flow and decreased tissue metabolism. Cold immersion therapy is used to treat migraines and mood disorders, to reduce dementia, and to boost immune system responses.
  • Meditation For Physical Well-Being: We all know that meditation helps our mental well-being, but now a growing body of scientific evidence shows that this well-being practice also helps people manage pain and physical ailments. A recent study published in July 2022 in the journal PAIN, showed that mindfulness meditation reduced the perception of pain by as much as 33%.
  • To help people follow these trends, RoundGlass’ Living App provides access to authentic wellness content on meditation, mindfulness, and yoga, created by some of the best teachers in the world, such as Nithya Shanti, Sunaina Reki and Mansi Mahajan. It also explores wellness through food and music and provides access to healthy recipes, music for meditation, sleep and more.

About Round Glass:

RoundGlass is a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering and enabling people on their personal wellness journey. Our mission is simple yet ambitious: to deliver holistic wellness to create a happier, healthier and more joyful world. We work to achieve this by investing in and developing new technology, sharing knowledge and focusing on action for the good of the individual, their community and the wider world.

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