Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by Courtneysmith, Jul 25, 2022.
any thing mental heath related.
There's a growing awareness, but accessibility to proper mental health resources remains challenging. When I was 20 years old, I went through a hard depression; maybe this was the transition to maturity. Nobody told me what to do, and nobody asked how I felt. So I think society must have free access to resources for maintaining their mental health in a good shape.
What helped me was some individual therapies at Riviamind clinic. And I was lucky because I had the money for it, and I am sure there are many people who can't afford such therapies. Anyway, I want to share some tips that my therapist gave me.
She recommended grounding exercises like the "5-4-3-2-1" technique (spot 5 things you can see, 4 you can touch, 3 you can hear, 2 you can smell, and 1 you can taste). Journaling daily, even just jotting down three things I was grateful for, made a noticeable difference. And she emphasized the importance of regular sleep patterns and reduced screen time before bed. Hope these tips help someone out there.
I would find life easier if i was the only person and all i had to do was drink water and eat fruit all day.
Modern Life is too much for me to cope with.
serious question am I the only person who struggles with Mental health problems?
the mental health act reform of 1983 in the United Kingdom made mental health.
However good or bad your mental health is unless it is prefect then Maggie Thatcher due to her polices when she was UK Prime Minister May 1979 to November 1990 has caused your mental health to be worse than it would be if she had never been UK Prime Minister.
Goodness no - especially since the pandemic - mental health has been it's own pandemic. I hope you can get help for any struggles you are having. I also hope in 2023 there is a little less stigma on mental health issues. It's really common and really human.
It's a huge question, isn't it? Mental health support is crucial, and it often feels like we're still playing catch-up. Have you checked out platforms like trythecbd.com? Sometimes, alternative approaches can offer a different avenue of support. But overall, we definitely need more accessible and comprehensive mental health resources. The more options available, the better chance we have at truly helping everyone who's struggling.