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How mental-health affects our day to day life.

Mental health impacts almost every area of our lives including but not limited to how we sleep, our relationships, health, and concentration. If mental illness is left untreated, it can lead...

Mental health impacts almost every area of our lives including but not limited to how we sleep, our relationships, health, and concentration. If mental illness is left untreated, it can lead to many other complications in one’s personal and professional life.    

Although the mind and body are often viewed as being separate, mental and physical health are actually closely related. Good mental health can positively affect your physical health. In return, poor mental health can negatively affect your physical health.  

Below are some examples of how to take care of your mental health daily.

    • Get regular exercise. Exercise is important for keeping physically fit, but it can also help improve your mood. A daily 10-minute walk may increase your mental alertness leaving you energetic and in a good mood.
    • Gratitude Journaling.  A growing body of research shows keeping a log of what you are thankful for can lower stress, help you sleep better, and may even reduce the risk of heart disease. 
    • Eat a proper diet. A diet high in fruits and vegetables and low in processed sugars or fats can make you feel better physically and mentally. Consider working with a qualified nutritionist to help you create a diet plan customized according to your needs.
    • Get enough sleep. A good night’s sleep is around seven to nine hours for adults. You can also take a 30-minute nap during the day to feel more alert.
    • Try relaxation techniques. Meditation, deep breathing, and focusing your thoughts can all help when you are feeling stressed. 
    • Seek help from others. Talking with friends or family members can help you feel less stressed. Alternatively there are many support groups and communities you can access such as Beyond Blue.

 

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