Wellbeing starts and ends with mental health.
Too often, mental health can take a backseat to physical health. Where a physical injury demands immediate attention and treatment, poor mental health can be forgotten or ignored. This is because the signs and symptoms are different for everyone, and even once identified, mental health treatment can be vague and subjective.
From sleep to diet and exercise, your lifestyle and workload can contribute to the state of your mental health. With a few simple changes, a healthy mind can thrive and influence a host of benefits.
The following are key strategies and lifestyle changes to support an increase in mental health, and are understood to not only boost, but maintain a strong sense of physical and mental health.