How to include an EMOTIONS MANAGEMENT PRACTICE in your Pathology Prevention plans. 

   For starters, emotional health is not the same thing as mental health. While the two terms are often used interchangeably, emotional health “focuses on being in tune with our emotions, vulnerability, and authenticity. Having good emotional health is a fundamental aspect of fostering resilience, self-awareness, and overall contentment.

   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 the Health Guardian working with you on pathology prevention practices is the first step towards feeling better and moving forward.