Feel like Screaming? Iceland is inviting you to LET IT OUT!!!

Updated: May 24

With all that has been going around us, with all that has been happening for the last 6 months, It is only normal you would want to Scream!!!

We are all feeling that pressure. We all concerned about our lives and livelihoods. And you would have wanted to scream at least once in the last 6 months. Correct me if I'm wrong!! Iceland wants to give you the opportunity to let it all out. Scream as hard as you can but do it on VisitIceland's official tourism website. Record your scream and Visit Iceland will release it in Iceland’s beautiful, wide-open spaces.

To Scream - Click here.

It is a proven fact that screaming is helpful in relieving your stress. You are not insane if you are screaming into your pillow. And, You are not alone in it. Trust me! It can be extremely therapeutic. It allows you to let it all out and really let go. It can reduce your overall tension levels. Plus if your mom or your neighbor asks if you have gone insane? - You can tell them, Visit Iceland is making you do it!

Zoe Aston who is Therapist & Mental Health Consultant says follow these three steps:

Consider what your ‘Scream’ will be. Some people will use volume, some will use words, some may even use breath.
Stand with your feet hip-width apart, a slight bend in your knees. Relax your shoulders. You may find it useful to put your hands on your hips or use your arms to help push out some of the pent-up emotion. Follow your instincts.
Imagine a baby when it cries and screams. The noise comes from the baby’s gut. This is where your scream should come from. If it helps, put your hands on your belly and take a few deep breaths before you begin.

And once, travel bans are lifted and this nightmare of a pandemic is over, you can head to Iceland and complete what you started. To book your stay in advance, go to Booking.com

Book your flights with - Cheapoair.

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