I’ve Tried A Ton Of Wellness Gadgets & These 7 Actually Work
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I'm a try-anything-once kinda gal — and when it comes to my mental health and state of mind, I'm more than willing to go the extra-experiment mile. Now, enter 2020: a year in which most of us are overwhelmed with the state of life in general, and a little self-care can go a long way. Since I've already tested a TON of the buzziest wellness products on the market today, I went ahead and outlined my reviews of the seven best that are actually worth investing your time and money in.
With cutting-edge advances in new technology and revisited science, the massive industry that turns the wellness wheel is spinning faster than ever. But, with all these revolutionary products, gadgets, and treatments, it can be hard to keep up. Which should you skip? Which doesn't cost an arm and a leg? Which are total game-changers? Which are complete duds? Scroll on to see what's actually worked for me and may hopefully end up helping you (wellness is not one size fits all!). There's everything from my beloved sleep restoration lamp to one of the coolest ways to stay hydrated, a mood-boosting diffuser, and more.
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