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According to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), about 800 million people worldwide are suffering from some kind of mental problem. Suicide is the leading cause of death among young people between the ages of 15 and 29 worldwide. The biggest reason for this is depression.
Experts say, less or too much sleep, lack of nutrients in food, unbalanced lifestyle, distance from exercise and increasing stress in everyday life are spoiling health.
According to a research, eating a nutritious diet can reduce depression by 25 to 30 percent. Mental health can be kept better by making changes in daily habits too. Rajesh Parikh, Director, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai Know from, how to improve mental health…
state of mental health in the country
14 percent of the people in the country are troubled by mental problems. 40 million people are suffering from depressive disorder and 50 million people are suffering from anxiety disorder. Such mental conditions are having a bad effect on the body in many ways.
Bring these 3 changes in yourself
Stay away from social media: Accept it’s an addiction
Depression is aggravated by excessive use of social media platforms. It weakens self-esteem in teenagers.
What to do: Most of the phone’s settings have Digital Wellbeing and Parental Control option. With this you can know screen time. Turn off notifications to reduce its usage. Respond only on important posts. Set time limit. You can take the help of a friend for external pressure.
Keep the body active: otherwise the mental energy will decrease
According to Harvard, a sedentary lifestyle leads to rapid deterioration of mental health. So keep yourself active. It has a positive effect on the mind as well as the body.
What to do: Walk 30 minutes daily. 15 minutes of cycling is also effective. This releases the feel-good hormone endorphins.
Don’t Stress: Because It’s Nothing will change
According to WebMD, stress releases stress hormones, which affect the brain that controls emotions.
What to do: Walk whenever you are stressed. Do deep breathing for 10 to 15 minutes daily.