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Our mental wellbeing is just as important as our physical health. It helps one cope with the varying emotions and normal stresses that we all experience in our daily lives. Here are some ways you can boost your mental wellbeing:
Reaching out for support is a sign of strength. Talking to someone about our problems can help bring relief, help us feel better and improve our mental wellbeing because there are times when our problems could be too much for us to take on our own. It can also help us see things from a different perspective and strengthen our resilience over time. Here are 4 common signs we need to reach out for support:
Do you feel more tired than usual? Are you having frequent headaches, migraines, muscle tension and digestive issues? Are you having trouble with sleep? These are all signs that our physical health is affected by our mental wellbeing.
Are you more anxious, irritable, angry and overwhelmed more than usual? Do you find yourself emotionally overreacting to situations? If we are not able to manage them well, these difficult emotions can disrupt our daily life and make it difficult for us to function day-to-day.
Do you find yourself taking things personally, interpreting most situations negatively, feeling confused often or having irrational thoughts? Negative thoughts create feelings of fear, worry and stress. They can affect our ability to relax, take things easy and enjoy life.
Are you more withdrawn than usual and avoiding social interactions? Are you not enjoying hobbies or interests as much as you used to? Do you find it difficult to concentrate or engaging in unhealthy behaviours to cope (e.g. reliance on tobacco or caffeine)? These changes in behaviour are signs you might need to reach out.
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