Daily Practices to Boost Mental Health
Positive psychological behaviors promote good mental health hygiene, which reduces stress and improves overall well-being.
Mental health hygiene focuses on using simple practices and tools to improve a person’s quality of life through daily positive psychological behaviors. Having a happy, focused mind helps us to be more creative and productive, and studies show that spending just 10 minutes a day utilizing positive psychological behaviors can improve overall mental well-being and health.
These practices will not dissipate outside problems or stressors but will, in the long term, help improve a person’s resilience and overall well-being. Research shows that engaging in mindfulness and expressing gratitude for a few minutes each day significantly impact a person’s quality of life.
Cathleen Beachboard the renowned author of “School of Hope” promotes good mental health hygiene using these small practices. Read More>>
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