It is said one of four people have mental health issues at some time or another in their life. Mental health affects how you act and feel how you are able to make decisions, handle stress as well as connect with other people.
Here are ways to improve your mental health.
a) You should talk to your doctor. Some do depression screenings as well.
b) You should look at the bright side of things and be grateful and thankful for everything.
c) Meditation helps in concentration and improvement of well-being.
d) Writing a journal can be very cathartic and liberating. This helps to clear the mind too
e) You should go to therapy where you can talk about your problems and issues as well.
f) You should workout as it releases endorphins which make you feel better.
g) Spending time with loved ones is great for improving mental health
h) You should also know what is happening in your mind and educate yourself about the health conditions as well as the reasons behind them.
i) A good diet helps in improving your sell being. You should try brain boosting foods and incorporate more fruits as well as vegetables in your diet
Muhammad Ali, who was three times the world heavyweight boxing champion, passed away on Friday at a hospital in the Phoenix area. He was 74, and he was perhaps the most controversial and most charismatic person in the sports world in the 20th century.
Ali’s death was confirmed by a family spokesperson Bob Gunnell who was a family friend. He died due to septic shock.
Ali battled with Parkinson’s disease for more than three decades and was admitted due to a respiratory problem on Monday.
Muhammad Ali had a physically lyrical and a very unorthodox boxing style. The style he had was of great agility, speed, and power. He thus was the most thrilling heavyweight boxer. In addition to this, he had a very buoyant personality and an agile mind. He was extremely self-confident and had personal convictions due to which he was as entertaining due to his fists as well as due to his speech.
He took strong stands. He refused to be drafted during the war in Vietnam. He rejected racial integration, and he changed his religion to Islam as well. In fact, he became one of the most known figures of the 20th century. He was a charismatic personality and kept reinventing his persona.