When your loved one is going through a hard time remedying a mental health issue, your first instinct would be to be their supportive pillar and lend a helping hand when they need it. However, at the end of the day, you cannot let the struggles of your loved one erase the fact that you are your own person and you too have your own wellbeing to look after. Dive into this article to discover the means of practising self-care when your loved one is enduring a mental health crisis.
The job you have right now may be menial. The hours may be long. It is tempting to give up on a role that prevent you from showcasing your skills and does not take advantage of your passion, skills, or your degree. However, you earn more than just a paycheck from your menial job.
Putting yourself first is not selfish. It is responsible. Use the mind, body, spirit trifecta to increase well-being and remind you that you are important. Here are ways to put yourself and your mental health first.
In the midst of the pandemic, you might have more time for sleep, but sleep quality might still take a beating, all thanks to added anxiety and stress from loneliness, health concerns, financial worries, and other problems. Nighttime routines also commonly factor into sleep quality, regardless of anything else happening in the world. Your activities during the evening hours can have a big impact on your ability to fall asleep and stay asleep each night. Therefore, Here are some tips to ensure that you can have a peaceful night.
Most skills are only relevant in certain situations. However, some skills are universal. In other words, there are skills which are constantly needed on a day-to-day basis that will help your future tremendously. This article aims to highlight three essential skills that everyone should have if they wish to live happily ever after.
Many of us, regardless of our backgrounds, are distracted by the changes and activities that occur at our workplaces. When this much change is occurring around us, it can affect our abilities to think, plan, and stay focused, keep our moods stable and our relationships empathic. Read on to find out what you can do to restore a sense of relaxation and steadiness when your stress levels are going through the roof.
It is easy to get lost in this noisy and busy world, and not to make time to reflect on things that really matter to us. This TRUTH model consists of five pillars that support of having an authentic life. By understanding each pillar of the T.R.U.T.H. model, you will have a much simplistic view of the world.
Pedometers provide objective measurement of physical activity and are one potential remedy to the problem of inaccurate activity recall. They can also be fun! Find out how pedometers work, how they can they improve your running performance and more importantly, how they can improve your overall health.
Mental health includes emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It drives our thinking, our feelings, our behaviours and our relationships with people within our circle. Mental health is more than the absence of a mental illness—it is imperative to your overall health and quality of life. Here are some tips to remember if you are beginning to sense that your mental health is deteriorating.
If you have never attempted intuitive running, you may think that when left to your own devices, you would never make it over a couple of miles and you would definitely never push yourself to run fast. However, you would be astonished at what the body craves. Intuitive running is not about slacking off; it is about listening to the signals your body is emitting so you know when to ease off the gas pedal and when to run intensely—but both can occur in an intuitive runner's training. This article attempts to unearth all the reason you should give intuitive running a shot the next time you lace up.