Positive mental health contributes to your overall well-being
Your mental health is an important part of your overall wellbeing and how you function in your life as a whole.
It is normal and natural to feel down at times. Problems you may encounter might range from general everyday worries or low periods in your life, to more serious long-term conditions. One in four of us will experience a mental health difficulty in our lifetime. Everyone is different and how we respond to mental health difficulties can vary from person to person.
A message on mental health from our friend, Brent Pope…
‘be the colour in someone else’s rainbow…”
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What the experts from SHINE say…
Recovery is an ongoing process. Don’t worry if you have ups and downs and setbacks.
Shine’s tips to help with the recovery process:
– Be kind to yourself.
– Remember that mental health problems are normal, and nothing to be ashamed of.
– Find someone to talk to.
– Find out about local support groups.
– Try to eat well and drink less alcohol.
– Rest when you need to.
– Embrace your individuality.
People can and do recover!
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Some expert tips from the team at GourmetFuel
Sleep! Most of us need to sleep well to help our bodies recover from the day and to allow healing to take place.
Talk to someone!
Exercise – but outside exercise, go out to the beautiful nature.
Eat foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids like fish, walnuts and green leafy vegetables.
Almost half of Irish people have never talked to someone about their mental health so remember to be there for people, listen to them, show you care, give them a hug.
If you would like to speak with a health specialist, we’d love to help you.
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