4 Ways – To keep yourself mentally healthy in 2020!
For the longest time, the world turned a blind eye to mental health because we didn’t understand what it was and it’s far-reaching effects. The brain, after all, is the most complicated organ to study. It is even said that we know more about the solar system than we do about the human brain.
The house of our thought, behavior, emotions, and memory, as well as basic life functions such as breathing and heart rate, how do we keep this all important and complicated organ healthy?
According to mentalhealth.gov, mental health includes our emotional & psychological well-being. It affects how we feel and thus, act. It also determines how we handle stress & make choices.
Now that you understand the importance of mental health, here are 4 tips to stay healthy.
1. Train yourself – Studies suggest that training yourself keeps one’s mind active & memory strong.
Complex tasks at the time of training acts like an exercise for your brain and this activity makes one’s brain cells communication keeping them active.
People who are stuck in a routine of doing the same task over and over again need to train to keep the cells active this could even mean learning a skill like brushing your teeth or writing with the weaker hand
2. Rest – Lack of sleep and exposure to light & sound for long period of time have a direct relation with increased stress thus a simple fix is SLEEP!
110 minutes into your sleep cycle, your body enters into deep sleep. Here your body temperature drops, muscles relax, and heart rate and breathing slow down.
3. Physical Exercise – Now this may surprise you. You already know the benefits that exercise has on your physical health but research show that exercise releases HAPPY CHEMICALS in your brain called endorphins, which boost your mood.
4. Keep Learning – Individuals with a higher level of education are less likely to have mental health problems. Learning has never been easier than it is today with the power of the internet.
We suggest you register yourself for online training programs at
Finally, I would like to leave you on this note –
Times are never hard – nor are they easy. Times are times. It’s all about perspective. As we go through these “HARD TIMES” with #COVID- 19 disrupting almost everything we know, staying mentally healthy has never been more important.
Because at the end of the day, success in life has never been determined by what life throws at you. It’s determined by how you handle what life throws at you
Keep training, keep growing, Behealthy!