Tips For Boosting Your Mental Health

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We all know that it’s important to keep tabs on our mental health and the signs of certain mental health conditions such as depression, PTSD, anxiety, and more. 

However, what doesn’t seem to be discussed very often is how to boost your mental health before you get to the point of having a mental health break. 

Therefore, today I wanted to discuss some tips for boosting your mental health. 

Consider online therapy

When I was younger, seeing a therapist wasn’t something that was promoted in a positive light. Thankfully, these days things have changed. 

Plus, thanks to technological advancements and the internet, online therapy is an option for those who have busy lives and cannot make it to see a therapist in person. 

Furthermore, online therapy that takes insurance is an option for those who are worried about adding on an extra expense. For example, Headway is a great resource for finding a therapist near me

With online therapy, you’re able to connect with a therapist either via text or video anytime that’s convenient for you in the comfort of your own environment, which is great for those who are already anxious about speaking with a therapist. 

Online therapy is great for boosting your mental health because it helps you stay on top of your moods, thoughts, AND your therapist can pick up on when you may be about to have a mental health break. 

Plus, it is always helpful to get an unbiased opinion about things and you benefit from not only advice but coping skills that can keep your mental health healthy. 

Insert positivity into your life

Whether you read positive news each day or add some motivational books to your reading material making a conscious choice to insert positivity into your life daily can be a great way to boost your mental health. 

If you’re constantly inhaling negativity of course it’s going to eventually impact your mental health. 

For me, I like to keep positive affirmations in my office and bedroom. Having these visual reminders and saying them each morning makes such as difference in how my day starts. 

Start each morning fresh

Some people live by the mantra of “never go to bed angry”. For me, I live by “start each morning fresh”. 

Once you go to bed, what has happened that day is put to rest with sleep. In the morning it’s a new day and it’s no need to wake up rehashing what happened the prior day. If you do, you’re guaranteed to start your day off on the wrong foot, be angry or frustrated for most (if not all) of the day, which in return affects your productivity and eventually leads to your mental health being impacted. 

Make your health a priority

The better you feel physically the better you’re going to feel mentally. Whether it’s working out, changing your diet, or even going to do routine healthcare checks such as dental and vision, your health should be a priority.

This year I skipped making New Year’s goals and instead opted to choose a word for the year, which was “health”. 

I’ve been working out daily for at least an hour and have cleaned up my diet again. By doing this, I feel great, I’ve lost all of my pregnancy weight (10 lbs away from my goal weight) AND I feel confident in my skin again. 

Fall in love with yourself

Social media can have you comparing yourself to others. Whether you’re comparing your body to others, your income, house, etc STOP!

It’s time to fall in love with yourself and stop comparing yourself and/or life to what others are displaying on social media. 

Furthermore, if you have a person (or people) in your life that are making you feel like you’re not good enough cut them off ASAP

Once you fall in love with yourself you’ll feel so much better mentally. 

These tips will help when boosting your mental health

Whether you’re feeling like you’re about to have a mental health break or feeling as though everything is fine, these tips for boosting your mental health can be beneficial to try. 

We all know the signs that a mental health break is near, but I don’t feel as though tips for boosting your mental health before you get into a slump are discussed enough so hopefully, these tips help. 

Tips For Boosting Your Mental Health

13 Comments

  1. I’m inspired to implement these tips into my routine and make positive changes for a happier, healthier mindset.

  2. Lynndee says:

    Such great tips! I’ve always been a positive person. I always focus on things to be grateful for.

  3. These are all great and timely tips, a lot of people now are trying to cope up and doesn’t have any idea what to do.

  4. Melanie Edjourian says:

    These are all useful tips. I need to work on making my health a priority.

  5. Louraine wilmot says:

    Great tips for remaining mentally well. Tips we can easily incorporate into our lives. Thank you so much for sharing.

  6. Elizabeth Neas says:

    So many great ideas in your post. Online therapy is a great option these days that wasn’t offered in the past. I love that it is available to those that might not have an option to get out of the house.

  7. Terri Steffes says:

    This is so important. I also think we need to know how to identify when we are “low” so we know we need help.

  8. Claudia says:

    mental health is one of the most important these days. We gotta take care of our mental health. Thank you for these tips

  9. Marysa says:

    It is good to have some boosters for mental health. I think it can be easy to end up in a mental health rut and end up with negativity around us.

  10. Terri Beavers says:

    I’ve noticed since the start of the pandemic I’ve been depressed a lot which is completely new to me. I’m going to try your tips to see if I can shake off these bad vibes and boost my mental health this year.

    1. Hi Terri,

      I’m so sorry to hear that. I do hope that these tips help.

  11. Amber Myers says:

    You have some great ideas here. I will keep them in mind when I am struggling!

  12. Joline says:

    Love the idea of starting each morning fresh. I sometimes wake up dreading the day ahead if I had a bay day the day before!

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