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A Healthy Mind Is Essential for a Healthy Body

Written by
Dr. Murad Haider
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on May 13, 2017 and last reviewed on Sep 07, 2018   -  1 min read


This article helps to deal with negative emotions in the correct way.

A Healthy Mind Is Essential for a Healthy Body

Our entire body is governed by our mind, both at the micro and macro levels. The mental health includes our feelings about us, how we maintain good relationships, and our way to deal with problems. Humans have progressed a lot in every field, but with growing technology, we are becoming materialistic. The race for fame and wealth ultimately ends in the grave. Remember, all good things in our lives are free, and good relationships are very important for a healthy mind.

Have you ever thought where the negativity comes from? It comes from our present surroundings and our past experiences. Our past cannot be changed, and the future is unexpected, the only thing that we can do is to make our present as good as we can. There is a famous quote which says 'Yesterday is but today's memory, and tomorrow is today's dream.

The only thing we all can do is to try to live in our present moments. I believe that pulling away from people and usual activities, should not always be regarded as a warning sign for mental health. Maybe someone is doing so to change his or her surroundings and companions, or to be involved in other new activities that bring positivity in life.

Nature, pets, and meditation are the good options if you do not have a healthy surrounding. A good sleep is also essential for a healthy mind.

Exercise is also one of the most efficient ways to improve our mental health, so we all must spare some time for it in our daily lives. We should have a sense of contentment and try to make use of all the good things we have in our lives.

Try to find reasons to smile. Brain healthy diet should be a part of life, sea foods, walnuts, almonds, cashews, peanuts, flaxseed, beans, green leafy vegetables, green chilies, and blueberries are the foods that boost the mood.

Try to build resilience by building self-confidence, maintaining healthy relationships, making real goals to come out from a difficult situation, and above all hope for a great future ahead.

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Last reviewed at:
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