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  • Writer's pictureDallas Shepard

5 Tricks You Can Use to Maintain Your Mental Health and Keep Sane

Updated: May 26, 2023

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Maintain Your Mental Health

It's no secret that juggling work, relationships, and personal life can get a bit overwhelming sometimes. With all these responsibilities on our plate, it's easy to forget to take care of our mental health. But don't worry, I'm here to help! I've compiled a list of five tricks that will not only improve your mental health but will also make you feel like a total boss and maintain your sanity.

Get Physical

No, I'm not talking about hitting the gym for hours on end, although a gym membership is not out of the question to enhance for your mental health. I'm talking about finding a physical activity that you genuinely enjoy. Whether it's dancing, hiking, or even cleaning the house, mowing the lawn, moving your body and getting your blood pumping can do wonders for your mental health. Not only does movement produce endorphins, the feel-good hormone, but it's also a great way to release pent-up emotions. They say you can’t be depressed when you are exercising.

Find Your Tribe

We need to connect with others who understand what we're going through. Surrounding yourself with supportive friends, family members, or even joining a community group can provide you with a sense of belonging and comfort. Having a positive support system can also help you navigate stressful situations and provide you with an outlet to vent and share your feelings.

Mindful Meditation

Meditation has been a buzzword for a while, but for a good reason. Practicing mindfulness through meditation can help you become more aware of your thoughts and emotions. By doing so, you can learn to manage your reactions to stress, anxiety and overwhelm better. Meditation can be as simple as finding a quiet spot and focusing on your breath for a few minutes and becoming aware of how you feel in your body and soul. There are also plenty of meditation apps out there that can guide you through the process and make it more accessible. Learning to be aware and taking action will help your mental health.

Treat Yourself

We all need a little pampering now and then. But, self-care is not just about face masks and bubble baths. It's about doing things that make you feel good and recharge your batteries. Maybe it's treating yourself to a spa day, enjoying a long walk alone or indulging in a favorite hobby. Make sure you take the time not only to treat yourself but also to prioritize your needs.

Set Boundaries

Setting boundaries can be challenging, especially if you're used to putting everyone else's needs before your own. However, setting boundaries is crucial to maintain your mental health. You don't have to be available to everyone at all times, nor do you have to take on every task that comes your way. Growing up in a dysfunctional home and becoming ultra responsible can lead to inappropriate limits in doing things for others and yourself. It's okay to set boundaries and say no when you need to prioritize your own well-being.

We are strong, capable, can juggle so many things at once, and are resilient but it's also essential to take care of ourselves. By implementing these simple mental health tricks into your routine, you can prioritize your mental health and stay sane. Remember to move your body, surround yourself with a supportive tribe, meditate, treat yourself, and don't be afraid to set boundaries.

If for some reason your mental health needs more than the above, at the Harmonized Brain Centers we work with frantic, overwhelmed and stressed out clients who are struggling with their mental health. With our Drug Free safe and effective care we help clients transform their mental health to overcome the obstacles that we all face but with their Best Brain Ever. Our process is simple: 1. Let us know what you are struggling with 2. Set up a free 30 minute consultation and 3. Schedule your 12 session Best Brain Wellness program. Your mental health can be greatly improved with a well functioning brain. You got this!

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