Mental Health Resources for a Healthy Mind and Body
Beware of Burnout: Avoid These 4 Obstacles to Work-Life Balance
Far too many of us know first-hand how an unhealthy work-life balance can lead to burnout over time. Burnout is a serious matter. And when burnout happens, you are forced to invest time towards recovering that would otherwise be spent working on your goals. You need rest, and your body will get it, somehow. If that means getting sick or being so exhausted that you are forced to take time off, so be it. It’s how your body works.
My preference, as I’m sure is yours, would be to choose the times I work and play.
Yet most people struggle to find a healthy work-life balance. The mindset you need to be good at it runs contradictory to the world we live in. Smartphone in hand, it’s not an easy task to detach from all the things vying for your attention at any given moment, and to carve out enough space for leisure.
The Mind-Boosting Effects of Exercise: How 30 Minutes Can Improve Your Mental Health
Exercise has been described as “free medicine” for a reason: it helps you maintain a healthy body weight, can reduce your risk of certain chronic diseases, and keeps your heart healthy. What many people don’t realize is that the benefits of exercise extend far beyond your physical health. Exercise is fantastic for your mind, too. If you’re struggling with depression, anxiety, or high levels of stress, exercise can transform your mental health. Plus, scientific research shows that any person -- regardless of age, gender, or fitness level -- can benefit from increased exercise. It’s all a matter of finding the exercise routine that fits into your life to maximize your mental health benefits.