The definition of mental health highlights emotional well-being, the capacity to live a full and creative life, and the flexibility to deal with life’s inevitable challenges, changes. It affects how we think, feel, and act. You don’t have to go out to keep yourself fit both physically and mentally. Here are some tips that you can practice at home during this hard time.
Try to follow a healthy diet with lots of fruit, vegetables and meals with high energy level. Especially different types of fish, seeds and berries. It’s important to do not forget about hydratation, drink regularly water, tea and fruit juices. Even chocolate can be healthy, but not all of them. Dark chocolate has a higher cocoa content than regular or milk chocolate. The antioxidants in cocoa have been show to have many health benefits such as increasing blood flow throughout the body.
4. Daily journaling
Journaling can be important for your mental stability because it allows you to release your emotions and thoughts in a safe, controlled environment. Letting your emotions build up is unhealthy and leads to big breakdowns. Exploring these emotions and getting your thoughts out of your head and onto paper lets you explore, challenge and release them. Studies shows, expressive writing can strenghten your immune system, and decrease the risk of illness.