How to have a Good Mental Health? – First of all, I wish to say that I am not a health professional. I was a high school social studies teacher and in education for 34 years, and I really do have Mental Health First Aid certificate, but these suggestions are just personal opinion and don’t represent expert advice.
Professionals recommend eight hours of sleep each night for adults. More than eight hours can lead to sluggishness or depression. Less than eight hours can lead to stress or nervousness. I assert that sleep doesn’t need to be completed in 1 block of time. As for me, I sleep for around three hours, work on projects for an hour or two, sleep for another one or two hours; I nap once or twice during the day when I am tired. Occasionally naps last an hour, sometimes just ten minutes. I believe the secret is to sleep when your body tells you it needs rest. Naturally, I am semi-retired, and my program might not work for many professionals.
A conscientious diet is useful for psychological stability. These can include, most seeds and nuts, but most useful are walnuts, sunflower seeds, ground flaxseeds, and soaked chia seeds. I like to soak my chia seeds in milk overnight and that mix ends up like a tapioca pudding. Cold water fish supply considerable omega-3 fatty acids – sardines, salmon, trout, char, and herring lead the parade in this region. Avocado is another very helpful food in this field. Low-fat proteins are useful including legumes, chicken, fish, and poultry. Obviously, a diet grounded around fruits and vegetables is essential, and ultimately probiotics are useful for digestion. Those may include pickles, sauerkraut, and yogurt.