It is important to take care of your mental health in order to stay fit and healthy. There are many things you can do in order to keep your arbonne mind health.
Our physical and arbonne mind health is dependent on sleep. The brain’s chemicals that transmit information are controlled by sleep. These chemicals are essential in controlling our emotions and moods. Lack of sleep can lead to anxiety and depression.
- The Sleep Foundation offers tips and tricks to help you sleep better.
- Avoid smoking, alcohol and other drugs.
Although drinking and smoking don’t cause withdrawal symptoms, they can have an impact on your brain health. Drinking alcohol can make you feel depressed, anxious, and less able to concentrate. A thiamine deficiency can be caused by excessive drinking over a long period of time. A deficiency in thiamine can cause severe memory problems, motor coordination problems, confusion, and eye problems. Smoking can cause withdrawal in the brain and body, which can lead to anxiety and irritability.
You may experience withdrawal from other drugs, which can lead to very low moods or anxiety. Paranoia and delusions are two of the more severe side effects of drugs. Some research suggests that drug abuse may be linked to schizophrenia and other mental disorders.
For more information, take a look at the pages on How to quit smoking and Alcohol and Substance Use.
Although stress is not always avoidable, knowing your triggers and how to deal with them is crucial for maintaining good arbonne mind health. You can manage your responsibilities by creating a schedule or a list of the times you can resolve each problem. You will often find that your worries and stress can be broken down and written down. Avoid burying your head in sand and tackling problems face-to-face. You can write down the things you’re worried about and have trouble sleeping.
Exercise & Activity
Exercise and activity are key to maintaining good arbonne mind health. You feel accomplished and it helps boost your brain’s chemicals that promote happiness. Exercise can improve your mood, reduce anxiety, stress, and help you feel less tired and lazy. Exercise is linked to a longer lifespan.
It doesn’t matter if you run a marathon, play 90 minutes of football or do a gentle walk.
For ideas and information about what’s happening in your area, take a look at the Exercise and Sport section or our Events calendar.