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Master Your Mental Health Today!



First Thoughts..

We all needed to change our lives immediately owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Suddenly, there is a certain degree of ambiguity.

There could be so many things that matter to your mental health as well as other people's health, job stability, financial resources, food and medical supplies, exhaustion, and seclusion, to mention a few.

You may feel frightened, panicky, frustrated, or even depressed.

All these emotional reactions are common.
But how do you deal with this and take control of your emotional well-being when it's all up in the air, and you can change things too quickly?

We have gathered the top 11 ways to take care of your mental health during this pandemic that you will find useful.

1. Maintaining Social Contact

We have been asked to exercise social distance to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 significantly. Social separation does not imply that you'll need to give up on all of your social connections-just that you need to detach yourself from others

2. Physically

Your emotional well-being needs to remain linked to your friends and family. There is a range of free video chat applications open, such as Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. Life in such new days allows it to be simpler than ever to communicate with your loved ones.

It could be a phone call or a video conference, taking some time to speak to people you love can bring happiness and peace despite the physical distance between you. Speak to someone you trust regarding your problems and how you feel-you can notice that they feel the same way.

Thinking about it will be helpful to both of you.

3. Only Trust the Reliable Sources

Once you're reading through the papers, it's natural to feel helpless. It is important to remember that there is a lot of misleading data making the rounds regarding COVID-19. Be very careful and skeptical about the data you might read, particularly on forums of debate and social networking sites.

Looking at the facts of COVID-19 and trying to learn what you can do to stay healthy and protected can decrease your discomfort because you will feel that you have some authority over your situation. It is also necessary to keep up-to-date on recent changes, updated regulations, and future constraints

4. Taking Break from Electronic Devices

It is not ideal for your well-being to waste countless hours on your computers. If you find it hard to get away from the screen, you can try organizing the electronic devices to break into your day. You should set up an alert to inform yourself of this.

And, though it's necessary to keep updated, set boundaries for yourself. For example, you could decide to look at the news in the morning and the evening for 15 to 30 minutes. But when your time is up, try to concentrate on something different.

 5. Make a Schedule and Plan Your Days

Days may be blurry, mainly if you're not working. Developing a regular to-do list or schedule gives you a sense of motive and power. Make those lists and plans reasonable and workable-most of us don't feel too meaningful at the moment. Start performing things that you usually like or, if appropriate, take up new hobbies.

 Go out for fresh air, read some books, or cook. If you need suggestions, check out the list we've assembled. What are some enjoyable things that make you happy or crack up? Offer yourself the opportunity to joke. It instantly makes it all look a little better. Laughing also helps reduce stress.

6. Make Time for Physical Activity

Perhaps you don't feel like doing regular exercise, but give it a try. Physical activity boosts your mood and overall health, reducing stress and anxiety. Physical fitness isn't just healthy for the body; it's better for the mind, too.

With the gyms shut down, there are still a plethora of choices for getting a workout in. Any options involve enjoying a stroll in the community, having a road ride, or use free tools and online exercises. The most crucial part is to get your heart pumping, which will help you maintain a positive attitude.

7. Consume a Healthy Diet

Many of us go for comfort food in challenging conditions, but these foods are often not good for our general health. Local supermarket shelves can be empty at times, so try your utmost to locate as many nutritious foods as possible. If you can't find new fruit and vegetables, consider searching for frozen versions instead. Also, consume more water and restrict the volume of soda, caffeine, and sugar.

8. Adequate Sleep

We all realize that sleep boosts our mood and our well-being. Try to go to bed and get up at the same time every day. Don't use your mobile or watch Television in bed to sleep better. Listen to some nature sounds via YouTube or “sleep music” to drift of and have a peaceful nights rest.

9. Go for Meditation

If you haven't done that mindfulness before, it's a perfect time now. Mindful exercises of meditation such as yoga reduces-you guessed-anxiety and pain, and increases health.

All you need to do is find a quiet place and take ten minutes of your time to think about nothing!!

Use a guided meditation via YouTube!

10. Contest Your Negative Thoughts

Negative emotions can feed on depression and fear. Personality-defeating, evil thoughts can be so powerful that you think they are right.

Begin writing them away to address your personal opinions.

11. Think Positively

You might believe like there is not something good in your existence, but if you stop to consider, you will be able to come up with something, no matter how insignificant it might sound. Mental well-being professionals consider maintaining a record of thanks for a cause. Write down At least 5 things you are grateful for everyday, this will reduce stress, improves self-esteem, and promotes resilience.

It’s definitely worth a try!

 Final Word

Tough situations are part of your life. We 're all passing through an incredible, challenging experience together. It's hammering some of us tougher than others. You know, you 're not going through this on your own, and there's help.

If you're still struggling, try talking to a psychological health therapist for professional advice. 

But never worry, You’ve got this!


Peace and love xox