Let’s talk about mental health

In my years in the health industry, one of the things I’ve been really glad about was the emphasis on the importance of mental health. For decades, there has always been a stigma about acknowledging issues related to mental health, the topic a hush-hush at gatherings or even at the dinner table. Hence, it has been a breath of fresh air to see new studies and research, and most especially the youth (looking at you, GenZs!) actively campaigning about how mental health matters! It’s just as important as physical health and one must function well to support the other and vice versa. 

When I found out that the Biofeedback Scanner can do a Mental & Emotional Scan – I was just ecstatic. I wholeheartedly believe that one scan can make such a big difference to anyone who isn’t just going through a health transformation, but to everyone who values their health in general. In my experience, I’ve learned that mental health – like our physical health, requires action and further steps to actually do something about it. It’s not enough to just talk about it. 

If you’re relatively new to what mental health is about, here are three tips to consider: 

  • Educate yourself more. Learning does not stop after one article or one webinar. There’s more to mental health than what you already know. Considering the recent pandemic, you’d expect a lot of new studies to come forth. Keep on reading relevant articles and studies from reputable resources. It’s not enough to just know about it, you really have to go the extra mile to understand it as doing so would help you to understand others and even yourself even better.
  • Practice mindfulness. Overall fitness means a healthy body and mind. When you are aware of how important your mental health is, you should be taking a more intentional approach when it comes to the way you think or the way you respond to any situation. For example, the little habits you have throughout the day can make or break your mood. With a mindful approach, you can take the necessary precautions in the way you live your life to make sure you are not just physically healthy, but mentally and emotionally sound too. Not only will this help your lifestyle, but your relationships too.
  • Be kind. Speaking of relationships… Once you understand that your mental health is a personal journey – just like everyone else’s, you’ll hopefully come to the terms that everyone is going through something and you need to be a little kinder and compassionate to those around you. 

If you want to know how your body and mind affect your emotional well-being, I would love to talk more. The MEmotional Package includes a biofeedback scan, report, and a 30-minute consultation that is completely confidential – definitely worth a try for your overall health.

Looking forward to talking to you soon! 


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