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Some phases of life are more challenging than others. This could be because of an intensive workload, final exam season, a family crisis, life transition or recovering from an injury. The increased mental, physical or emotional fatigue can leave your body feeling like it needs a little additional support.
Make time to relax. This could be extra sleep, reducing your day-to-day commitments, or even a Netflix binge. Try to set aside at least one hour a day to do whatever feels right for you.
Say no, or ask for support as needed. Do you need alone time? Or some help with groceries? Be honest with your friends and family on how they can best support you.
Meditation. The research is in! Meditation can increase resilience, decrease burnout, improve emotional regulation, and decrease stress.
Exercise. Exercise has been shown to improve cognition, memory and mental health. This is partially due to its ability to increase dopamine.
Nature time. Time spent in natural settings has been found to decrease anxiety, anger, depression, and decrease blood pressure.
Eat a healthy diet. Aim for a diet which is 80% whole, unprocessed foods. Neurogenesis, the formation of new brain cells, is partially regulated by brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). Early studies show BDNF is increased by eating carenoid-rich fruits and vegetables. Neurogenesis is decreased by diets high in fat and sugar.
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