Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health By Daniel Harper http://ezhealthmanagement.com/blog/ Our mentality is probably the most exhausted feature of our whole wellbeing. By keeping a sound mind, we are able to keep track of our physical condition as well as our spiritual health. Sometimes, we feel so confused and pressured and just mentally overworked, and when you feel that, that’s a sign that you need to take a break and refresh your brain a little. Here are my top ways of improving your mental health: 1.) Reduce cholesterol intake. - High levels of cholesterol puts a person at risk of acquiring or developing dementia and/or Alzheimer’s disease. Reducing cholesterol intake helps the brain get a breathing room and helps keep it fit and performing at its best. 2.) Use memory techniques. - Memory techniques can not only increase your memory, they can also help optimize your brain to its full potential. 3.) Get plenty of R&R. - Getting 8 hours of sleep per day is not enough, although it is good. It is also important to set aside a couple of hours each day to relax and enjoy our lives. This is vital because this helps our brain de-stress and de-clog itself from things that slow it down. 4.) Learn when and how to say “No!”. - If you think your brain has had enough pressure and stress, then it’s high time to say “No!” to a particular task or job. It’s very vital to keep your mental health from being strained in order to perform functionally. 5.) Out-think yourself. - It’s not rare for people to forget little things, like passwords PINs, or even simple items in your grocery lists. It’s completely normal and understandable. However, this simple feat usually causes other people to get stressed easily and also stress the people surrounding him. Keep a list of important things like PINs, passwords etc. in different places that only you and a trusted person know about. 6.) Be organized. - By keeping the little stresses from coming up, you help your brain get its much needed R&R. Keeping an uncluttered desk or room gives your brain more time and space to focus on much more important things. 7.) Communicate more often. - Sometimes little things that would tick us of or annoy us would come up, and yes, again, that is normal. But what we don’t know is that when we let these little annoying things pile up in our heads, we’re also putting pressure on our brains. So what’s important is to communicate whatever it is that is bothering you. You not only let it out, you also let your brain breathe. 8.) Practice meditation. - 15 minutes worth of meditation is probably the best treat you could offer your brain. Meditation not only relaxes you, it also keeps your brain fit. 9.) Read something new. - If you’re so used to reading mentally challenging books, why not try reading light contemporary ones? Your brain will not only get a much needed mental exercise, you also get to let it rest by removing the pressure it gets from the previous books you read. 10.) Learn a new skill. - By learning a new skill, you exercise your memory and you also keep the brain working at its best without the added mental pressure. ”To keep the body healthy is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” ~Buddha Are you really serious about becoming healthy mind, body and spirit and change your life once and for all! Bob Proctor – one of the key figures in “The Secret”- believes that the Law of Attraction is incomplete, and for the first time reveals the 11 Forgotten Laws that will finally uncover the Law’s true potential. Click Here! A simple, 3-minute, 3-step formula that has the power to generate tremendous success and happiness. By activating the Law of Attraction, The PowerPause makes it easy to reduce stress and resolve money, health or relationship problems Click Here!