Importance of mental and emotional health

“Some people think to be strong is to never feel pain. In reality, the strongest people are the one s who feel it, understand it, and accept it.” – Unknown

There are tons of ads out there for diet and exercise plans; the corridors of stores are full of vitamins and supplements, making us aware of the importance of maintaining our physical health. But mental and emotional health is just as important. Our mental health deserves that we exercise it so that we can prevent harm whenever possible. Mental and emotional health problems can be very debilitating and difficult to treat.

So I invite you to pay attention to your mental and emotional well-being.

Tips to boost your mind

Here are some tips that I hope will help you reconnect with your mind and manage your emotions.

1. Spend time socially with other people. Your mental and emotional health will not be optimal if you divide all your time between work and home. We must spend some time in the company of others. For example, Wednesday afternoon, spend it with your friends! Staff meetings don’t count! We, humans, are social beings, and social interaction is a component of good mental health.

2. Train your brain. Keep your brain active and healthy. You may purchase a crossword or a puzzle book. Play chess or learn a musical instrument. Did you know? One of the best ways to preserve the health of your brain is to challenge it every day.

3. Take time for yourself. Between work, family, and home maintenance, finding personal time can be challenging. However, you can spend a little time each day doing something you enjoy, even if it is simply sitting alone on your terrace with a cup of coffee in the morning. Social activity is important, and a little loneliness sometimes is also important.

4. Spend time with positive people. Your thoughts, attitudes, and expectations reflect those of the surrounding people. By spending time with positive people, you will be more positive too. Who are you spending time with now?

5. Find a job that you like. I believe that ever since, human beings, especially us women, aside from sleeping, we spend more time working than in any other activity. If your job makes you miserable, your emotional health will surely suffer. Money is not everything. Consider looking for a career that you enjoy. You will be happier and more positive, and you will no longer be so focused in the future, but you will be more positive and confident about what to expect.

6. Get involved in your community. When you use part of your time to benefit your community, you are immersed in a great social activity. You feel better about yourself, and you increase your self-esteem when you help others. There are many volunteering opportunities. Research the opportunities in your community and make a decision.

7. Spend more time doing the things you really love and enjoy. What makes you happy? Spend more time doing it. Do you love golf? Create a weekly round of golf on your schedule. How can you not be happier if you spend more time doing things that make you happy?

8. Get enough sleep. Sleep is necessary for good health, both physical and mental. Those who lose the ability to sleep due to accidents or illness die within several weeks. Your ability to manage stress, make smart decisions, and regulate your emotions depends on getting enough sleep.

9. Visualize an attractive future. For your emotional health to be optimal, you need something to look forward to. It can be a date on Saturday night, a vacation, or a retirement. It doesn’t matter what it is, but you need something in the future that will make you smile when you think about it.

What else?

Pay as much attention to your mental health as you do to your physical health. Strive to live a full life, full of activities, and surrounded by nice people. Again, get enough sleep and find constructive ways to deal with stress. With good mental health, you can handle whatever challenges life throws at you.


Remember to seek professional help if you cannot maintain good mental health. Don’t try to manage a mental illness on your own. Give so much importance to your mental health. Take advantage of expert assistance if necessary.

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To Your Health


Angela Gala Gonzalez

WoMen Fabulous Fifty Owner



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