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9 Ways To Improve Your Mental Health

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by Melisa Marzett,
Contributing Author, Conscious Reminder

Your small mental habits can improve your mental health. They can influence our mood and make us happy. Here are a few simple ways to improve your mental health.

1. Walk quietly

Research has shown that when your head is straight, and your back is straight, you will have a better mood. If you slouch, you are more likely to focus on the negative, rather than on the positives.

2. Stop taking pictures

You may think that taking photos makes you better remember specific events, but a study published in Psychological Science says something else. If you still want to take a picture of what you are about to eat, pay attention to what exactly you are focused on.

3. Be active

According to the study, training three times a week reduces the risk of developing depression by 19%. Scientists have found that active people are less prone to this disease.

4. Do not put things off

The longer you put away for later, the more stressful it will become. Get yourself together and get the job done.

5. Break up the toxic relationship

If you are in a relationship with someone who is continually overwhelming you, this can significantly affect self-esteem. Think about whether it is worth continuing such a relationship.

6. Sleep more

Your body cannot function normally if you are not sleeping enough.

7. Find time for yourself

When you devote time to friends, family, and work, it means that you neglect yourself and never have time for yourself. Be alone and do something for yourself, as this helps prevent anxiety and depression.

8. Do not waste time on gadgets

Smartphones, tablets, and laptops can overload our brains, and if you never put them aside, your mental health will not be healthy. Do a mini digital detox every week, even for half a day or a couple of hours.

9. Give up multitasking

Having lunch while sending emails may not seem too dangerous, but multitasking adds stress to us.

About the author: Melisa Marzett tries to keep it as simple as possible. She loves life and her job. As a freelance worker, she has a fantastic chance to travel throughout the world. Currently working for resumeperk.com, she comes up with every article with great pleasure and delight. Her curious mind is open to everything new, and the world makes her excited.

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