Ways to Recognise When Your Mental Health is Declining

There are good days, and there are bad days. Some days are more challenging than others, but knowing when your mental health decline can aid in recovering and get back to the person you used to be or becoming the person you want to be.

Today’s post lists things, tips, quotes and a few practices you can do for your mental health. You can use this list to prioritise yourself and gain your own love.


Let’s get onto the post 🙂

  • Exercise with the focus of keeping your body moving – if you want to lose weight or gain muscle go for it, but sometimes that is a trigger. If so, focus on simply getting your body moving 30 to 45mins a day. Go for a walk, run, stroll or even getting to the gym.
  • “It’s ok if all you do today is survive”
  • Eating with the focus of fueling your body – a healthy diet can be hard to maintain when your habits are not so healthy. I am focusing on eating a source of protein at every meal every 3-4 hours.
  • Practise focused meditation – breathing, or using your senses and focus
  • Gratitude journal – shifting your thinking towards the positives of your day-to-day life can help change your overall thinking towards positive energy.
  • List things in your control: your thoughts, opinions, words, actions, boundaries and habits.
  • Set some boundaries that SUPPORT your mental health and do not TRIGGER it. If somebody can’t support your mental health, they shouldn’t be in your inner circle.
  • Use affirmations to increase the positive energy around you and your thoughts about yourself.
  • Have time or days offline – try to do things without your phones, tv or laptop.
  • All you need to do is your best

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