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Things you can do to improve your mental health


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Slow down

  • Reduce time spent on social-media. Social media platforms are places where information of any kind is pushed to us. This can have a detrimental effect especially on anxiety symptoms, as your brain is bombarded with information that it wants to process but doesn’t necessarily need to.
  • Read. Replace social media with reading. Not only will you learn something new, but it will relax you. If you do this in the evening, it can improve your sleep and actually make you smarter.
  • Find some hobbies. Doing something that you like can boost your morale and improve your well-being. I love to bake. Some people like to draw, 3D print, write, sew, garden, paint and so on. The list is long. Just try new things until something clicks with you. And no, you don’t have to spend $100 on supplies to discover if you like something.


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Mind your diet

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Go in nature

Be kind

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Consider trying a psylocibin retreat

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