4 ways to take better care of your mental health

4 ways to take better care of your mental health

Stress can wear us down and in the end, it will affect our overall health. Just so you are a bit more at ease this week, try one of these.

Learn to say no

Sometimes being selfish is the best thing you can do for yourself. If you feel you don’t have to do something or make some sacrifice sometimes just say no. You can’t please everybody all the time and you shouldn’t have to.

Have a no-tech respite

Many of us are attached to our phones and computers for large swaths of time. In most cases we don’t give it a second thought and just lean into the urge to check our social media every five minutes. Take some time off the hullaballoo that goes on online occasionally. A good way to do this would be to log off right when you reach home at the end of the day and spend the night doing something else.

Laugh more

Although laughing away problems is a pipe dream, you could make the effort to ensure you have one honest laugh a day. Call up your most hilarious friend and catch up, watch a funny video of a cat online or even settle down with a show that will make you happy no matter how many times you watch it.

Pick up a new hobby

Learning something new will give you something to look forward to and not only keep you mentally happy but mentally sharp. Learn a new language, take up painting or learn to knit. It will be your own way to relax at the end of a long day.

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