Ciao, P-assengers! Welcome back with us, PIDAS81, on our newest article. To celebrated Mental Health day on 10th October 2020, we would like to deliver some useful information about how to maintain your mental health. Without any further ado, let’s jump into the article!
We celebrate World Mental Health Day on 10th October 2020 every year. The date was set by the UN’s World Health Organization to raise awareness about the real threat of mental health and increase effort to support the improvement of the mental health of the world populations. We can find extreme conditions due to mental disorders around us. Those conditions are depressions, anxiety, mood swings, and emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
PIDAS wants to tell P-assengers some bad habits that can cause mental disorders
1. Obsessive Thoughts
Obsessive thoughts are the negative thoughts that arise and are uncontrollable and recurring about past or current events.
For example, we are obsessed with checking your phone or social media, we never want to miss any trivial information. These habits can stress our body and brain, make our breath and heartbeat increase rapidly, and our body will release stress hormones; adrenaline, and cortisol. Some cases like this will have a huge impact on our physical and emotional health.
2. Lack of Sleep
Lack of sleep could disrupt your body system and it will destroy your mental health. Numerous researches have shown the link between lack of sleep with various types of mental disorders.
A pessimistic person tends not to have good hope and despair easily. Pessimism also has a massive impact on your mental health. Learn to think positively, identify your weaknesses but stay focus on your strength.
How do we prevent those cases? We can set our goals and learn from our failures in the past.
Some effective ways to prevent mental disorders:
- Eat some nutritious food
- Doing some exercises
- Have enough sleep
- Communicate your feelings to people that you love
Well, we think that’s enough. It’s time for us to say goodbye. See you in our next article, P-assengers!