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7 key tips on World Mental Health Day 2022 for a calm and positive mind

A calm and positive mind is important for a happy and healthy life. On World Mental Health Day
2022, we are sharing 7 key tips to keep your mind calm and positive.

This Monday, October 10, was celebrated as World Mental Health Day 2022. We had the opportunity to
reaffirm our efforts to protect and enhance mental health by joining together on this day.
Different facets of our everyday lives might have an influence on our mental health. Work, relationships,
life expectations, and so forth. It is critical to maintain excellent mental health and not let situations
overwhelm you. In this article, we’ll talk about ways to maintain your mind peaceful and happy.

Follow these suggestions on a regular basis to improve your physical and mental wellness

1.Get enough sleep

Sleep has a huge impact on mental health. When we get enough sleep, it is simpler to deal with
problems, concentrate, think positively, and retain information.
We hope you will follow the above tips to keep your mind positive and calm: You are getting enough
sleep if you do not feel tired during the day.

2. Avoid thinking traps

The way we think about things has a big impact on how we feel. When we believe we can fix a problem,
we often feel relieved. We commonly feel unhappy when we do not believe we can address a problem.
These notions are known as “thinking traps.” They are traps because they are easy to fall into, leaving us
uncomfortable and stuck.

3. Take time to relax

We should all take some time to relax. It plays an important function in relieving stress and having
pleasure in life.

If we don’t take the time to calm down, stress may build up to the point where we feel helpless to
achieve anything. Unwinding activities such as yoga, meditation, tai chi, and breathing exercises are all

4. Avoid making self-judgments

While many of us despise criticism from others, the most severe judgements we encounter are often
self-inflicted. Internal self-judgments are the single most common source of mental confusion and
anxiety, so monitor your thought patterns and recognize when your inner critic enters the picture.
The first and most important step toward replacing criticism with calm is to be aware of these thoughts
as they occur.

5. Acknowledge your feelings

Allow yourself to vent your rage or anxiousness. Your anxiety and anger may reduce if you name them
and give yourself permission to express them. Allow yourself to experience and express your feelings,
whether they are happy or unhappy.

6. Use positive visualization

After a few deep breaths, close your eyes and imagine yourself in a serene atmosphere. Consider
yourself calm and attentive while dealing with a difficult or anxiety-inducing situation.
Consider how calm your body is. You can see that image in your head as a reminder to be calm when
you’re feeling frightened.

7. Exercise

Exercise is good for both the body and the mind. Exercise can help us manage stress, reduce anxiety,
improve our mood, give us more energy, make us feel better about ourselves, and help us sleep better.
Only 30 minutes each day, three or four days per week, is required to see substantial results.

Taushif Patel
Taushif Patelhttps://taushifpatel.com
Taushif Patel is a Author and Entrepreneur with 20 years of media industry experience. He is the co-founder of Target Media and publisher of INSPIRING LEADERS Magazine, Director of Times Applaud Pvt. Ltd.

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