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Spring into Action: Best Ways to Take Care of Your Body and Mental Health

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News Release, (2022, March 16). Spring into Action: Best Ways to Take Care of Your Body and Mental Health. Psychreg on Wellness. https://www.psychreg.org/care-body-mental-health/
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Looking after your well-being doesn’t have to be difficult, but you might struggle to keep on top of it, especially during the dark winter days. But, as spring rolls around, you may find yourself wanting to get out of hibernation mode and make some changes to boost your physical and mental health. Here are 10 top tips to get you back on your feet and feeling your best.

Eat and drink well 

If you want to take good care of your mind and body, eating whole, fresh foods is one of the best ways. By incorporating lots of nutritious foods into your diet, you can help boost your energy and even improve your immune system. You also need to make sure that you’re drinking enough water. Staying hydrated will keep you feeling alert and awake throughout the day.  

Regular exercise

One way to promote your mental and physical well-being is to exercise regularly. This doesn’t have to be strenuous sessions at the gym or hours of cardio, even going for walks each day is enough to get your heart rate up and your blood pumping. As the weather begins to warm up for springtime, heading outside for a walk in the sunshine can be a brilliant way to exercise and gives you a boost of much-needed vitamin D.

If you want to go a little further out of your comfort zone, you could join gym classes or follow workout videos at home. Exercise can be fun, and it’s all about finding what works best for you. 

Get at least 8 hours of sleep

It can be hard to get the right amount of sleep each night, so many people are now turning to alternative remedies like CBD to try and help them doze off. Wellness specialists BWell CBD offer different forms and strengths of CBD that could potentially help you get longer, higher-quality sleep. Your body needs sleep to recover from your daily life, and without it, you’ll soon notice a decline in your health. Not only will you feel physically tired, but your mind will struggle to function throughout the day.  

Reduce exposure to blue light

Nowadays, we spend a lot of time looking at our smartphones or computer screens. But they all have one thing in common that could impact your sleep and eyes, and that’s the blue light they give off. This light can make it harder to sleep and cause eye strain and headaches. Wear glasses with blue light protection and switch your devices to night shift modes to reduce your exposure to the blue light. Not only will you do your eyes a favour, but you might even see an increase in your concentration and find that you sleep better. 

Find a routine that works for you

If you find yourself going about your day only to feel unaccomplished at the end of it, then you might be lacking structure. Start by creating a to-do list that you can tick off each day so when you settle down for the evening, you can see everything that you’ve managed to get done.

Try creating a routine for your daily life, too, so that you can help your mind feel balanced, and you’ll start each day off on a positive note. Make sure you eat three meals a day to provide your body with the nourishment it needs, and take time to relax to give your mind the peace that it craves after a busy day. You could practise meditation or take a warm bubble bath to help ease your mind and soul.   

Talk about your thoughts

When you’re not feeling your best, you might find it easier to cut yourself off from people and stay in your little bubble. However, isolating yourself can worsen your mental health, so try and stay connected with family and friends so you can share your problems and receive support. 

Learn something new

When you think about your daily life, does it only consist of the basics like working and completing chores? You might even feel unfulfilled and yearn for an outlet to bring something new into your life. Why not try out something completely new? For example, you could learn a skill like knitting to make your clothes or pick up a hobby like kayaking and push yourself physically and mentally.

You allow your mind to grow and experience new challenges by exploring different outlets. Bringing new hobbies into your daily routine is a great way to change it up and incorporate something fun into your day. Taking up a new hobby helps you feel a sense of achievement improving, improving your overall mental well-being.  

Cut out any unhealthy habits

Taking care of your body means cutting out anything that could be bad for it, such as smoking or drinking excessive alcohol. It’s impossible to live a perfectly healthy life 24/7, but you should do your best to cut down on any unhealthy habits.  

Be your own best friend

We are our own harshest critics, and being so negative towards yourself all the time can have a detrimental effect on your well-being. Don’t let self-doubt rule you and stop you from anything life has to offer. Treat yourself the same as you would your best friend. Show kindness and compassion to your body and mind, and you’ll notice an improvement.  

Write down your daily gratitudes

When we’re busy with day-to-day life, it’s normal to forget how blessed we are and feel that we’re missing out on things that others have. Try making a list of everything that you’re grateful for each day to help you keep a positive mindset. Showing gratitude to even the little things can help you appreciate what you have.

For instance, you could be grateful that you made a lovely cup of coffee in the morning or that you managed to miss the sudden downpour of rain because you got home just in time. Taking note of the things you’re grateful for can also help in the future when you’re not feeling your best. You can reflect on your lists and use them as a tool to encourage your mental well-being. 

Caring for your mind and body can sometimes feel complicated, and you might not know where to start. Try your best to utilise these tips, and you might see an improvement.


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