If you’re trying to find or maintain balance, remembering to do the small things can have a big impact on your mental health and ability to bounce back from adversity:
February – March
Healthy eating emphasizes healthy food choices, variety and portion sizes. A healthy eating environment makes it easier for you to eat well and maintain healthy eating habits. There are many benefits to eating well, such as better overall health and lowering your risk of chronic diseases.
April – June
Mental wellness is your ability to feel good and function well on a day-to-day basis. It can take many different forms and vary from person to person. Positive mental health is an important part of managing your stress and feeling balanced overall.
July – September
Physical activity is more than just exercise – it is any type of movement produced by your muscles that uses energy. Being active is a simple way to improve strength, reduce your risk of chronic diseases and improve your mood.
October – November
Sleep is an important part of managing your fatigue. Fatigue is a state of feeling physically or mentally tired or exhausted. The amount of sleep each person needs to feel balanced varies, but getting regular and restful sleep can help you combat feelings of tiredness and improve alertness.
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