Mental Health And Wellbeing

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Mental Health And Wellbeing

As most of you know, mental health and wellbeing is a very important part of this blog. As someone who was diagnosed with anxiety and depression, I know personally just how important it is to put ones mental health and wellbeing first. However, that is sometimes viewed as selfish even when it’s not. The truth is, we can only live our best life when our mental health and wellbeing is also at its best.

Today, I decided to share some tips on how I try to look after my mental health and mental wellbeing. I haven’t shared any mental health posts in a little while and wanted to share one today.


Kitten napping

Your lifestyle really has everything to do with your mental health and wellbeing. It’s so vital to live a healthy lifestyle. I’ve personally noticed that when I don’t get enough sleep or I eat unhealthy I feel worse. So my first tip would be to try to have as much of a healthy lifestyle as possible. Eat lots of fresh vegetables and fruits while staying away from refined foods. Try to get the right amount of sleep each night. And not at random times of the night. Make sure you have a good nighttime routine because that really helps a lot.

Healthy Habits

Yoga For Mental Health And Wellbeing

Try to develop some healthy habits. Personally, I find yoga and meditation really helpful. It takes a while for both to really show a positive change but when done longterm it can help a lot with mental health and wellbeing. Another healthy habit that helps me is to take mental health days when necessary so that my body and mind isn’t constantly under stress.

Seek Help

Therapy For Mental Health And Wellbeing

If you feel like your mental health is not doing great and nothing seems to be helping, please don’t hesitate to seek help from a professional. They are trained to help you and find the best way for you to improve your mental health. And there is nothing wrong with needing help sometimes. So if needed, please do speak to a professional.


I hope this post was helpful and informative. I know it’s not easy to change your lifestyle or incorporate healthy habits into it but it’s really worth it in the long run. It really does make a huge difference and will help you feel much better. I say this from personal experience.

What did you think of the post? What tips would you give someone to help improve their mental health and wellbeing? Do you practice any of the tips I mentioned? Let me know in the comments below because I would love to hear from you. Or simply stop by and say hi!

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85 thoughts on “Mental Health And Wellbeing

  1. I enjoyed these simple tips, I personally find prayer, meditation and yoga very helpful. Apart from that, writing helps me relieve myself from mental restrictions and inhibitions, by writing I mean journaling, blogging, expressing my emotions and feelings. Nature hikes are great for finding my inner peace, I try to do those as much as I can. Meals and sleep schedule is nice to have in place, but most importantly I benefit from the circle of friends who help me feel at ease. It’s probably the best gift I can give myself to promote mental health and wellbeing.

    1. Thank you. Those are all wonderful. I really enjoy time spent in nature too. It’s like a nice recharge. And of course having friends around makes a huge difference too.

        1. That sounds lovely. I do that with my aunt and uncle sometimes because they live near a forrest. Painting sounds fun. I don’t do much art.

  2. Yes, staying away from bad habits. Really important. I recently find that I have the bad habit of always being attracted to discount books, which can often bring anxiety since the content is not really good for my mood.

    1. I understand how you feel. I personally have a similar issue and have stopped frequenting bookstores for that exact reason.

    1. I agree with you 😃
      Furry friends are great stress buster.
      I’ve seen some places that are designed with such themes. There you can spend time with furry friends.
      Babies are helpful as well

      1. Yes, there is a cat cafe in my city. You can order a drink and snacks to enjoy then visit the cat area to play with the cats. You can buy cat snacks to feed the cats and even take a cat home (the cats are there to be adopted).

    2. Yes, I can’t agree more. Unfortunately, I am unable to have a pet right now but I feed strays and that helps since they’re very sweet.

  3. Sweet and simple.
    Love the blog ☺️

    I agree with these points totally. Mental well-being can be taken care of easily if we start giving attention to ourselves.
    Like you mentioned (in your amazing blog), that diet has a lot to do with mental health. Likewise, workout and few other little things can be super helpful.
    For example, regular 30 mins walk in nature, 6-8 hours of sleep, reading books, investing in me-time is essential.
    For me blogging and workout are very helpful. 🙂

    Sending some positive vibes to everyone 🔆

  4. Nice tips Pooja 🙂 I definitely need to work on my sleep routines. Whenever I neglect sleep I get serious depression spikes.

    I love that you included seeking help from a professional. There are times everything becomes unbearable; a professional is always the next best step.

    1. Thanks so much. It’s the same for me when I don’t get enough sleep. Absolutely, sometimes we need a bit more help to get to a better place and that’s okay.

  5. I totally agree with your views and would like to add my manta to your views –
    Good balanced diet, good sleep, yoga, are all important! but having a positive mindset, following a routine and taking break from the daily pattern of life (mingling with friends) are also important .Hope you agree to my views. Thanks!

  6. Couldn’t agree more with this statement – ‘we can only live our best life when our mental health and wellbeing is also at its best.’
    Personally, I take long walks by the sea, they really help me fight against stress. Really good article!

    1. Thank you so much! That sounds wonderful, I don’t have any sea or ocean near me but I do try to be around nature as much as I can.

      1. I also love spending time in nature, especially with my family 😊
        Love your posts, they are so deep, meaningful, and helpful. Thank you for writing them the way you do.

  7. I woke up at midnight for no reason. It is quiet and I feel invisible and without any purpose. I feel like I’ll never sleep again. The supermarket will be open at 7am and I’m out of everything. But I’m too fat to buy anything that I’d like. I think I’ll see if they have a sale on arsenic or cyanide. I don’t know. That might hurt. Maybe coffee and blue cheese. A chicken. A side of beef. A goat. A pizza. A block of Parmesan cheese. I should be dead in about 10 years according to statistics. Why wait. It’s not like I’m going to invent something miraculous. There’s a toast: “To your health”. How many calories in toast with olive oil and garlic and a chicken?

    1. Sorry to hear you have been feeling that way. But I hope you know that even if you don’t invent something miraculous your life still holds a lot of value.

      1. It’s just recently I started prioritizing sleeping at night, previously I didn’t and it affected my well being a lot. I’m happy I started prioritizing it

  8. Sometimes it’s not this easy. Sometimes people’s brains are quite literally wired incorrectly. It’s not always lifestyle changes that help. Sometimes the only thing that works is medications.

    1. I totally agree. That’s why it’s best to seek professional help. However, not everyone has the ability to do that which is unfortunate.

  9. Great post and tips! Mental health is really important and some times even some simple little things go a long way to make us feel better! Thank you for sharing!

  10. Good post Pooja. I’m still horrible at eating right but as for keeping a sleep schedule, I do for the most part. A couple of tips that I also do is live in the present and acknowledge a lot of what I do each day. That way I’m aware of any triggers that might have come up. I also make sure that I do something that I really enjoy at least once a week as an escape.

    1. Those are great tips too. I like to do something as an escape as well and make myself go out and do something at least once a week. I always end up enjoying myself.

  11. Thank you so much for this ❤️ I think it’s also important to know yourself and the things that make you feel bad so that you can intentionally stay away from them.

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