Mental health is incredibly vital to overall well-being. The give steps presented her can make putting mental health first a breeze.
Stop focusing on what can be ‘fixed’. The constant feeling of having to change can really do a number on overall mental health. The key to self-acceptance is for individuals to acknowledge what they already loved about themselves and what could use more love.
People naturally search for attachments in life. Part of increasing mental health and overall well-being is working on building old relationships, as well as creating new ones.
Exercise is proven to increase a person’s mental happiness because it reduces stress and anxiety and increases relaxation. A ten minute added exercise boost ca workout the mind and body.
Getting 7-9 hours of sleep per night is recommended to help the body properly function. Turn off electronics such as TVs, computers and phones before bed to let the brain rest.
Putting yourself first is not a selfish act. Do not de-prioritise your own needs in the attempt to adhere to someone else’s and work to remove toxic relationships from your life if necessary.
No one should get stuck in a bubble of trying to commit to goals that no longer benefit them. Instead, listen to what your mind and body need
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