Learn How To Improve Your Mental Health With 6 Simple Daily Habits.
Dealing with a mental health challenge can be exhausting. It can feel as if the odds are stacked against you. It can feel that no one understands and at times no one really cares. But this is so far from the truth. Most people today suffer from some sort of mental health issue.
In-fact according to research in 2018, 16 million people suffered from a mental health challenge in the UK. Women are more likely to suffer from a mental health condition. While men are more likely to suffer from depression and take their own life.
If you are feeling anxious, stressed or more than blue, life can feels like a constant battle. Each day can feel like a huge struggle. But with these simple daily habits you can improve your mental wellbeing.
6 Daily Habits To Boost Your Mental Wellbeing
- Nourish Your Body: Eat foods that fuel your body and nourish your gut. We all need the right nutrients to be fully healthy. Gut health is a key component of that. Gut health plays a very important part of our mental wellbeing. Unhealthy microbiome is now being recognised as as a key factor in many mood disorders. Fast food, sugar, artifical sweetners and caffine can all destroy the healthy microrganisms in your gut.
- Live In The Moment: Stop worrying or ruminating over the future or past. Learn to stay in the moment.
- Focus On Your Daily Blessings: Make gratitude a daily habit, list at least 10 things each day that you are grateful for. Focusing on your blessings instead of your challenges increased your mood and vibration.
- Get Grounded: Most people today are very ungrounded, which can make you feel out of sorts, imbalanced. And if your highly empathic more sensitive to others and your surroundings. Get out in nature and bring nature to your home and office with nice indoor plants.
- Exercise Daily: Daily exercise even a simple walk or gentle yoga can help improve your mood. It can be hard to motivate yourself when suffering from various types of mental health issues such as depression. But the more you get moving physically and energetically. The more you will start producing more of those happy hormones and feel more balanced.
- Get Creative: Tap into your creativity, find some passion. Take up an old or new hobby. Hobbies can be deeply relaxing, they are great at helping reduce anxiety and stress. Hobbies are also a great way to ignite new passion and purpose in life. Clients have been sharing how much fun they got from my latest Fairytale Writing Course and my Creative Inner Child Sessions which are fun, creative and deeply healing.