Emotional Health

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   Taking control of your emotional health involves realizing that choices you make about sleep, diet and exercise can have a direct impact on your emotions and state of mind. It also means being proactive when you are concerned about your thoughts or feelings. When unaddressed, mental health problems like depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, eating disorders and addiction can make it hard to do well or feel good. The good news is that these problems are treatable and getting help is the first step towards feeling better and moving forward.

   Emotional health isn't always about being in a good mood. It’s about equipping yourself to deal with the good, the bad, and everything in between. The Health Guardian can help improve emotional health buy practicing emotional regulation such as meditation, journaling, and listening to music. Exercise is another emotional improvement method of the Health Guardian. They can also help strengthen social connections. Your links to others can have powerful effects on your emotional and physical health. Staying connected with loved ones can provide a buffer when you’re going through challenges.

   Be mindful. A growing body of research links mindfulness with less emotional reactivity and greater relationship satisfaction. Mindfulness can be as simple as focusing on one thing at a time, trying a social media detox, or turning household tasks into a mental break. The point is to be consistent with your mindfulness practice.

   Get quality, regenerating sleep. Being sleep-deprived leads to more repetitive negative thoughts. Being overly tired can make you more emotionally reactive. Good emotional health is crucial to your overall well-being. If you feel like your thoughts and emotions are getting the best of you, take care of your core needs — like sleep and connecting with loves ones — this can help.

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