08 Top Tips for Good Mental Health?

08 Top Tips for Good Mental Health?


An important part of keeping fit and healthy is to take care of their own mental health. There are many things you can do to help ensure that you keep yourself mentally healthy.

1. get plenty of sleep.

Sleep is really important for our physical and mental health. Sleep helps regulate the chemicals in our brain that transmit information. These chemicals are important in managing our mood and emotions. If we do not get enough sleep, we can start feeling depressed or worried.

Sleep Foundation provides good sleep, and tips to overcome problems with sleeping.

2. Good eat.

Eating well is not important for our body, but it is also important for our brain. Some deficiency of minerals, such as the shortcomings of iron and vitamin B12, can give us less mood. Try to eat a balanced diet. If you find that you are a particularly stressed or worried person, then you should try limiting or cutting caffeine because it can make you feel irritable and anxious.

3. Avoid Alcohol, Smoking and Drugs.

Alcohol and smoking are not things that we always associate with withdrawal symptoms, but they can be for some reason that affect your mental health. When you drink some drinks you can feel more depressed and anxious the next day, and it can be difficult to focus. Drinking excessive alcohol for long periods can leave you with a lack of thiamin. Thiamine is important for the functioning of our brain and can lead to severe memory problems, motor (coordination) problems, confusion and eye problems. If you smoke, your body and mind move between cigarettes, which makes you anxious and anxious.

Other medicines often leave you in a return and may often cause very little mood and anxiety. More serious effects of drugs include paranoia and delusion. There are some research that explains that the use of drugs is related to the development of psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia.

For more information, take a look at our pages on help to stop smoking on the use of alcohol and smoking.

4. Eat plenty of sunshine.

Sunlight is a great source of vitamin D. Vitamin D is really vital vitamins for our body and our brain. It helps our brain release the chemicals that improve our mood, like endorphins and serotonin. When you can try to go out in the sun, but make sure you keep your skin and eyes safe. Two-hour sunshine is ideal for 30 minutes a day. During the winter, some people become depressed because they are not getting enough sunshine - this is known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Some people find using a special light therapy lamp that helps in reducing symptoms.

5. Manage stress.

Stress is often indispensable, but knowing what happens to your stress and knowing how to cope is important in maintaining good mental health. When you can solve each problem, try to manage your responsibilities and concerns by creating a list or schedule. Often, if you break your concerns and tension and write them down, then you realize that they are manageable. Try to avoid burying your head in the sand, and face the problems. If you find that you are having trouble sleeping, or you are thinking about all the things that are stressing you, write them down and make yourself sure that you can deal with them in the morning.

6. Activity and exercise

Activity and exercise are essential to maintain good mental health. Being active not only gives you a sense of achievement, but it enhances the chemicals in your brain which help you to get into a good mood. Exercise can help to feel less mood, anxiety, stress and fatigue and laziness.

You do not need to run marathons or play 90 minutes football; A short walk or some other gentle activity can do the trick.

For ideas and information on what's going on in our area, take a look at our exercise and sports section or visit our event calendar.

7. do something you enjoy.

Try to make time to do things that are fun things to do. If you prefer walking, painting or going to a specific TV show, try setting aside time to enjoy yourself. If we do not do any of the work in which we enjoy, then we can become irritable and unhappy.

You need to know about our Things to Do section and not know or go to our event calendar for ideas and information about what is happening in your area.

8. Join others and be friendly.

Try to maintain good relationships and talk to people whenever they get the chance. Being friends is not only important for your self-esteem, but also when you are not feeling very good, even if you are not feeling well. Research has found that talking to others for just ten minutes can improve memory and test scores!

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31 जुलाई 2019 को 3:49 am ×

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