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We are all concerned about our body and try our best to keep it well and healthy. It is as significant to look after our mental health too. Mental health is not only associated with depression, anxiety, stress, or illness but it is also about the positive characteristics, feeling good and functioning well in the community.

You are not only the one who is undergoing a tough time in life. We all experience bad times and emotional problems with changes, loss, stress, illness, disappointments and more. Seeking for help is one of the best things any person can do – considering it as a strength and not a weakness. Stress is an inevitable part of life, and it is necessary to learn the skill of coping with it. Maintaining a good relationship with people helps you to improve your mood when you feel down as talking to people or friends helps in relieving stress.

Being active not only help your physical health but also improves your mental wellbeing. Exercise can help you boost your energy, reduce tiredness and anxiety. This also helps you to set goals and achieve them. Identifying and using your strength for people or the community is one of the best ways to maintain your mental health as it provides you with a sense of meaning. Learning a new skill can also boost your confidence and give you a sense of purpose.

  • Encourage Self Care
  • Be Active
  • Be Social
  • Seek for Help
  • Learn a New Skill
  • Talk to Someone
  • Do Something You Enjoy Every Day
  • Exercise
  • Focus on your strength
  • Be Mindful
  • Sleep Well
  • Eat Well.

 

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