Health and Wellness-Themed Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

As the battle against coronavirus continues, health and wellness have become a top most priority. And as Mother’s Day is fast approaching, what better gift to give the mothers in your life than something that will help them stay on top of their health.

Health-conscious or not, I’m sure your mom, wife, grandmother, sister or friend will put these health-inspired gift ideas to good use. The list isn’t just about good food and fitness, it also includes gifts that will take care of their mental and emotional health too.

Self-Care and Healthy Living Book

First on my list is the book “Do What Feels Good” by Hannah Bronfman, the founder of HBFIT.com, an online forum and community for health, beauty and fitness. The author wrote this book with health and happiness in mind – from eating delicious foods to pampering your skin, because every body deserves to feel good. The book includes recipes, routines and routines to treat your body right.

Motivational Water Bottle

Hydration one of the keys to a strong immune system. Help her consume the precise amount of water her body needs every day with the BuildLife Gallon Water Bottle, that includes an inventive time marking system to make drinking water fun.

 

Himalayan Pink Salt Lamp

Pink salt lamps are popular for a reason – when lit, the lamp radiates a warm, Amber glow, providing a calming atmosphere to help create a sense of peace and relaxation. On top of that, it’s so aesthetically pleasing too. Himalayan Pink Salt Lamps come in different styles and sizes, but this one has a unique design and comes with a touch dimmer button that I’m sure she will adore.

 

Home Gym in a Box

No gym during quarantine? No problem! Gift her with this best-selling training system that will allow her to do full-body workouts anytime and anywhere. TRX easily anchors to doors, rafters or beams at home OR anywhere outdoors to trees, poles or posts. This includes a Suspension Training Strap, Indoor/Outdoor Anchors, 35-Page Workout Guide and 2 Bonus Workouts.

Acupressure Mat and Pillow Set

Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique that applies the same principles as acupuncture to promote relaxation and wellness and to treat disease. This soft, plant-based eco foam is a bed of more than 6,000 acupressure points that will help relieve stress, stimulate endorphins, alleviate back and neck pain, and increase energy. This is definitely a gift idea that I would highly recommend.

Heated Back Wrap with Shiatsu Massage.

Another relaxing and pain-relieving item on the list is this heated massaging wrap that combines soothing heat with relaxing massage to help relieve pain naturally.

 

11-piece Blender Set

Get her into the smoothie-making game by gifting her this Magic Bullet Blender Set. Aside from green smoothies and juices, this blender also chops, mixes, blends, whips, and grinds to help her effortlessly create meals and snacks such as omelets, sauces and dips. It also comes with a recipe book to get her started.

 

Air Fryer for Oil-less Cooking

This air fryer from Ultrean lets you enjoy the same fried and crispy foods with less fat and grease. Aside from air frying you can also grill, roast and bake your favorite food with its innovative heating system “rapid air technology” which is designed to cook your food evenly without the hassles of using hot oil or thermometer.

Mindfulness Cards

This deck of cards include encouraging phrases and bite-size mindfulness exercises that will help bring awareness, calm, and joy to everyday life.

Each card includes an inspiring phrase on the front and a bite-size mindfulness exercise on the back.

About Toni Marie

Toni is a regular contributing author on Guest Diet Blog. In addition to writing about the nutrition & exercise, she also likes to write about relationships and health.
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