Tag: Mental Health
How Parents Can Prevent Teen Mental Health Issues?
For both adults and teenagers, mental health is a crucial component of total well-being. Many adults with mental illnesses experienced symptoms in their youth and adolescence, but they were frequently ignored or untreated. Treatment can be more beneficial for a young person with mental disorder symptoms the earlier it is begun. Growing up with less-severe teen mental health issues is possible with early intervention. Achieving emotional and developmental milestones as well as picking up positive social skills and problem-solving techniques are all part of growing up mentally healthy. Children who have strong mental health are more likely to enjoy life […]
5 Physical Exercises For Improved Mental Health
Despite the fact that the mind and body are frequently seen as being distinct, they are actually intertwined. Your physical and mental well-being are favourably correlated. Conversely, having bad mental health might harm your physical health. It’s always great to perform exercises for mental health that improve your physical health as well. Your general well-being is massively influenced by your mental state. A healthy mental state can help you stay healthy and brush off significant medical issues. Having a healthy psychological outlook can lower your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Poor mental health, on the other hand, might […]
5 Books And Podcasts To Learn About Mental Health
The month of May is known as Mental Health Awareness Month. It was first recognised in The United States of America in 1949. The importance of mental well-being is not lost on most of us. Having said that, there is a lot that needs to be done. One can start by taking the easiest yet most important step; educating oneself and in the process gaining more awareness about mental health issues. How can you observe and do your bit this month? First and foremost, take care of yourself physically and mentally. If you think you need help, do not shy […]
Mental Health Awareness Month 2023: Being More Self-Compassionate
The month of May is designated as the Mental Health Awareness Month. Although it was first acknowledged in 1949, it is always important to acknowledge the importance of mental health to our general wellbeing, the need to raise awareness of it, and the importance of helping those who need it receive treatment. We’re taking this opportunity to highlight the importance of taking care of one’s mental health, starting with the topic of being self-compassionate. Whether or not someone has a mental health problem themselves, Mental Health Awareness Month makes people aware of how mental illness affects their lives, informs them of […]
5 Simple Ways To Deep Clean Your Mind
Imagine this. Your desk at work is stacked high with different objects; memos, important papers, documents that need to be checked, and much more. When you try to find something specific, this clutter can make your job significantly more difficult. Now, imagine this happening inside of your brain. When unwanted and troubling thoughts pile up, they end up clouding the mind making it difficult to access important mental data. A fruitless search for a memory or thought could leave you feeling frustrated and ready to break down. This is why you need to deep clean your mind. Our mental state – […]
Why Mental Health And Mindfulness At The Workplace Should Be A Priority?
Organizations need to realize that mental health is a part of the overall wellbeing of their employees and Seema Rekha, Managing Director of Antarmanh Consulting tells us how.
5 Mental Health Resolutions To Make For A Healthy 2023
Every year we go through the ritual of making goals for the upcoming year. But the pressure that comes with New Year’s resolutions can be counterproductive to making you feel good about starting fresh. Many of us make big intentions of losing weight, getting our finances in order, or quitting a bad habit that we’re addicted to only to find ourselves discouraged after a couple of days. The key is to go easy on yourself and set daily goals that are doable instead of overwhelming yourself with unachievable targets. This year, choose to make mental health resolutions. The long and […]
14 Questions To Ask Your Kid About Their Mental Health
The children, our most precious ones, are in their most sensitive and crucial phases of cognitive and social development. When we speak about a young one’s mental health, we speak about important paradigms in this phase of development such as social skills, cognitive ability, emotional wellbeing, and a well-rounded understanding of society at large and their function in it. It is commonly seen that mental illnesses grow latently in early years and become more pronounced only in their early adult years. An early diagnosis coupled with a safe and supporting environment can equip a child and his or her parents […]
Is Work Wrecking Your Mental Health? 5 Ways To A Healthy Mind At Work
If you’re like most people, the pandemic and the subsequent years post has left a lasting impression on your mental health and wellbeing. Your mental health; how your brain functions affects your quality of life, personally as well as professionally. Plus, as you spend a large amount of time working through the day, it is essential to nurture a healthy mind at work to improve your overall wellbeing. Our mental health influences how we view ourselves and others, how we process our emotions, and how we react during tough times. Better mental health leads to overall harmony, happiness, resilience, and […]
12 Signs You Need A Mental Break And How Can You Recover
With deadlines to meet, errands to run, a wedding to attend, and a week of managing work, your life is based on responsibilities. In today’s world where an espresso shot is the answer to lack of sleep and working away the day is key to getting ahead-it gets difficult to pay attention to your deteriorating mental health. This indicates that you’re due a mental break. 12 Signs You Need A Mental Break 1. When You Fall Sick Regularly Our crucial life events trigger an amount of stress that usually causes a toll on our bodies. To avoid this domino effect, take your mental break […]
How Travelling Can Be Great For Your Mental Health
Travelling has long surpassed the stage of being referred to as the 2-week vacation that people take every year. Today, it is a booming industry, a way of life, a full-time job, and a route to happiness for millions around the globe. Where today, people are travelling more than ever to escape the mundane and replenish themselves. But why is it that travelling has and is becoming a go-to mindfulness activity for so many? Why is exploring a new territory the answer to improving our mental health? We intervene. How are Travelling and Mindfulness Connected? Travelling is about the feelings […]