8 healthy habits to improve mental health

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 . Have you ever wondered what healthy habits you should add to your list of we all should give enough time and attention to our mental health and what better way than to adopt some new healthy habits along the way. If you keep it a habit sooner or later, it can feel like a part of, so the healthier the better here are 8 healthy habits to improve your mental well being number one, adopting an upright posture, it’s time to stretch out those muscles and stand like you mean it according to his study in the journal of behavioral therapy and experimental psychiatry, upright posture can have a positive effect and reduced fatigue. The preliminary studies conclusions suggested that adopting an upright posture may increase positive effect, reduce fatigue, and decrease cell focus in people with mild to moderate depression. Are you hunched over your phone right now, computer, how’s that posture looking number two practice positive thinking research continues to show that your thoughts about yourself strongly affect how you feel the best way to change any negative feelings you may have is to counteract them with a positive 1. According to psychologist, Patricia heartened when we perceive ourselves and our life negatively, we can end up viewing experiences in a way that confirms that notion instead. Practice using words that promote feelings of self worth and personal power. So instead of saying I was horrible at my math test. Use positive words and self compassion like i’ll study harder next time, and then i’ll do better on the next test. Number 3, take a walk in nature. My favorite nature. Is there anything quite like the green grass between your toes. The blue skies above your head, the warm sun burning your nose forgot the sunscreen. A simple walk in nature can have the ability to boost your mental well-being, according to research published in the journal of positive psychology, A 2019 study from Canadian researchers found that merely five minutes of contact with the natural world improves mood, human health. Self esteem and general emotional well being. According to the research study, results indicated that brief nature contact reliably improves both hedonic and self transcendent emotions. Time for a nice walk in the park with your dark. Of course, don’t forget to bring the sunscreen, this time number 4 hug someone. Sometimes we just need a hug, maybe that’s what your parents once told you, and sometimes they’re right according to findings from a 2011 study conducted by Ucla. Oxytocin’s receptor gene is linked to self esteem and optimism oxytocin is often known as a cuddle hormone, so i’m sure you can guess what releases oxytocin hugging along with kissing. Snuggling and physical touch hugging is a great way to release that hormone and perhaps increase your self esteem and optimism in the process, according to the study, life scientists identified for the first time a particular genes linked to optimism, self esteem and mastery, the belief that one has control over one’s own three critical psychological resources for coping well with stress and depression sounds like a good hug is sure to give a boost you’re mental well-being. Number 5 one time with your furry friend got no one to hook. How about your dog, don’t have a furry friend now might be a good time to get one need to be convinced a 2019 research study examined the effects and cortisol levels of college students who spent 10 minutes with animal visitation programs. The students stress hormone cortisol decreased with just 10 minutes of petting cats and dogs research article notes, a ten minute college based A V P providing hands on petting of cats, dogs provides momentary stress relief, so when you go on that walk in nature, make sure to bring your furry friend with you. Exercise exercise is not only important for our physical health, but our mental wellbeing as well. Regular exercise releases endorphins, which make us happy naturally, according to an article from my clinic exercise can release feel good and dolphins natural cannabis like brain chemicals, endogenous cannabinoids and other natural brain chemicals that can enhance your sense of well being that dog walk in nature really will pay off number 7, get enough sleep. You may have heard adults need a good 8 hours of sleep each night. Well, you’ve definitely heard, right, we need A good night’s rest to recharge with enough energy for the next day, not getting your 8 hours of sleep every day has been shown to negatively affect your mental health. What makes things worse is 60 percent to 90 percent of patients with depression also have insomnia, according to the sleep health foundation. So people whose emotional well-being may already be suffering are possibly causing further health problems by not being able to not only do you get grumpy and groggy from not getting enough sleep, but it’s not the best for your emotional well being in the long run. And number 8. Keep a gratitude journal expressing gratitude can work wonders for our mental well-being. Gratitude has been linked to increased happiness. Mental health and improved wellbeing, according to psychologist Patricia harden, hardneck notes that the best researched method to increase feelings of gratitude is to keep a gratitude journal or write a daily gratitude list, which means every morning before that walk, write down something you’re thankful for. No matter how grand or simple, and at the end of the day, you know. When you go to bed early for those full eight hours. Write down a few more things you appreciate before you hit the sheets, hopefully hugging along with kissing, snuggling and physical touches. Hugging is a great way to release that hormone and perhaps increase your self esteem and optimism in the process. According to the study, life scientists identified for the first time a particular genes linked to optimism, self esteem and mastery, the belief that one has control over one’s life. 3 critical psychological resources for coping well with stress and depression sounds like a good hug is sure to give a boost. You’re mental well-being number 5 in time with your furry friend got no one to hug. How about your dog, don’t have a furry friend now might be a good time to get one need to be convinced a 2019 research study examined the effects and cortisol levels of college students who spent 10 minutes with animal visitation programs. The students stress hormone cortisol decreased with just 10 minutes of petting cats and dogs research article notes, a ten minute college based A V P providing hands on petting of cats, dogs provides momentary stress relief. So when you go on that walk in nature, make sure to bring your furry friend with you number 6 exercise exercise is not only important for our physical health, but our mental wellbeing as well. Regular exercise releases endorphins, which make us happy naturally, according to an article from my clinic exercise can release feel good and dolphins natural cannabis like brain chemicals, endogenous cannabinoids and other natural brain chemicals that can enhance your sense of well-being that dog walk in nature really will pay off number 7, get enough sleep. You may have heard adults need a good 8 hours of sleep each night. Well, you definitely heard, right. We need A good night’s rest to recharge with enough energy for the next day, not getting your 8 hours of sleep every day has been shown to negatively affect your mental health. What makes things worse is 60 percent to 90 percent of patients with depression also have insomnia, according to the sleep health foundation. So people whose emotional well-being may already be suffering are possibly causing further health problems by not being able to not only do you get grumpy and groggy from not getting enough sleep, but it’s not the best for your emotional well being in the long run. And number 8. Keep a gratitude journal expressing gratitude can work wonders for our mental well-being. Gratitude has been linked to increased happiness. Mental health and improved well being, according to psychologist Patricia harden. Harden, acknowledged that the best researched method to increase feelings of gratitude is to keep a gratitude journal or write a daily gratitude list, which means every morning before write down something you’re thankful for, no matter how grand or simple. And at the end of the day, you know, when you go to bed early for those full eight hours, write down a few more things you appreciate before you hit the sheets, hopefully with your snugly pet by your side, so will you practice some of these habits. Which one will you try out first. Let us know in the comments below if you enjoyed this video, don’t forget to click the like button and share it with a friend, subscribe to like to go and hit the notification about icon for more content like this, and as always, thanks for watching. 

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