When it comes to staying mentally strong and healthy, the old people say: Prevention is the best medicine. In other words that would mean “ What to do when something goes wrong? But instead what to do to prevent those things from occurring in the first place? ” Mental wellness is a process, and just like physical health, it’s an ongoing process to maintain mental and emotional wellness.
It doesn't matter how mentally strong a person is; it sometimes gets really hard to pull out of negative spirals once we’ve fallen into them. So, what can you do to increase your mental fitness levels?
Multitasking is good but too much at a time is not good for mental health. Focus on work when you are working, enjoy conversations with your friends when you are hanging out with them forget your phones and social media for the time being and live the moment.
Engage yourself in some activities that you really enjoy doing, something that provides you with inner peace, it could be reading your favorite book, watching your favorite movie or series, going for a spa, eat something that you really love or hang out with your friends or family.
There is no need to criticize yourself for every little mistake that you make, no one is perfect. Just stay committed to your goals and you will achieve what you desire the most. Self-criticism will only add to more stress and self-doubt.
We’ve all heard how important sleep is for just about everything in life. A proper sleep not only provides your mind & body with rest but also boosts your immunity system. All you need to do is sleep like a robot that would mean predictably, consistently, and as unthinkingly as possible.
Spending a few minutes on yourself and on your body is all that you need to help you think and work better in all conditions. Avoid getting stuck with negative thought and negative people. Change your routine pattern to bring out the best in you.