Category: Mental Health
So you’re just chilling with your friends trying to figure out where should you eat your lunch and then boom! Your brain switched mode from “keep calm and relax” to “unwanted intrusive thoughts”. Obsessive thoughts just pop up in your head triggering an anxiety attack and you just can’t understand what happened. Only moments ago, you were so calm, relaxed and totally unaware of what would happen next… And now you find yourself unable to understand the situation you found yourself in.
Is Self-Help Effective? simple tips and healthy hacks to enjoy your this part of the year</p> <h3>Healing Journey</h3> <blockquote> <p> “Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty… I have never in my life envied a human […]
So you’re having a panic attack.
Everything started with a brief thought, scent, sound, touch or gaze. You are not sure yet what has really caused this extreme emotional state. All you know is that your brain instantly switches into survival mode. You are scared of making any move because the real danger can come from every angle. So you need to be careful and keep a sharp lookout. You need to be extremely alert and attentive… one false move and the consequences could be disastrous. But is that really true? Is your life in real danger? Maybe it’s your mind playing games with you. Have you thought about that?
Everything starts in your head. If you want to transform your life you need to focus on your mental wellbeing first, then you can reach your full potential and abilities. Hard work is not enough to succeed. So if you place the main focus on being productive and self-motivated while you’re ignoring your mental health you won’t be able to reach your long-term goals. These two ingredients are extremely important but not enough to create a life that you want. To be able to tap into your full potential and gain the most of this crazy journey we call life you need to build and maintain strong mental health.
We like to think of ‘mind’ and ‘body’ as two separate entities with no connection between them. But when it comes to health this way of thinking can lead to a misconception. But
mental health and physical health are closely linked and you should value your mental and physical wellbeing equally. Because if you focus only on building a strong body completely ignoring your mental health you will not be able to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
How To Support A Person With Mental Illness
Disclaimer <strong><u data-rich-text-format-boundary=”true”>Please always remember that there is no quick fix for any mental health issue. In order to overcome it, you have to address your problem and ask for help a mental health professional. There are many mental health institutions where you can find […]
Being alone doesn’t mean being lonely. Solitude helps you to understand your feelings, thoughts and emotions without being distracted or influenced by others. Furthermore, embracing solitude is an essential part of self-care and the best chance to connect with your higher-self. So dedicate your time alone to nourish your mind, body and spirit and indulge in small pleasures.
Christmas can trigger anxiety for many different reasons. If you suffer from anxiety, and panick attacks in this post you will find healthy tips, tricks and hacks to deal naturally with your anxiety and have a happy and paceful Christmas.