When we think about ‘Mental Health’ our minds may wander to old mental hospitals and sad teenagers but mental health isn’t just depression, anxiety and schizophrenia!
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week (16-22 May) and now is the time to consider our own mental health and wellbeing. It’s not just about making sure we are happy and feel satisfied with our lives, it’s about making sure we are giving ourselves enough quality sleep, social interaction and exercising our brains in a positive way. These activities will helps to ensure we stay healthy and maintain optimal brain function.
Have a read of this article which provides 5 simple top tips that we can all easily incorporate into our day to day lives to set ourselves up for better mental health.