STAYING HEALTHY: CARE FOR YOUR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH


Even though summer is over and winter is just around the corner, there’s no excuse to drop your fitness habits. It’s even more important to prioritise your health during these months!

Whether you love it or hate it, winter involves shorter days, meaning less sunlight, and colder temperatures, meaning motivation to exercise is lower than normal. What this means is many people struggle with their mental health during this time.

In 2020, we’re also dealing with the continued impacts of Covid-19 and lockdown, causing additional mental strain.

Daisy signature Aesthetics, we strongly believe that mental health is just as important as physical health. So let’s look into some ways to beat the winter blues and stay healthy!

Top 5 tips to care for your Mental Health

TIP 1: FOCUS ON EACH DAY AT A TIME

Our first tip to care for your mental health this winter is to focus on one day at a time. Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the world, affecting billions of people. Whereas in more ordinary times, it might have been helpful to book some time off, look forward to a trip abroad, or even to a friend’s wedding, this is not currently an option to those of us in France.

Not to mention, you might be finding the volume of negative news stories about the virus very overwhelming.

Given this uncertain context, to avoid becoming more overwhelmed, focus on one day at a time. Balancing your mental health by focusing only on the near future, which is uncertain, will cause your mental health to also become fragile.

Our first tip to care for your mental health this winter is to focus on one day at a time. Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the world, affecting billions of people. Whereas in more ordinary times, it might have been helpful to book some time off, look forward to a trip abroad, or even to a friend’s wedding, this is not currently an option to those of us in France.

Not to mention, you might be finding the volume of negative news stories about the virus very overwhelming.

Given this uncertain context, to avoid becoming more overwhelmed, focus on one day at a time. Balancing your mental health by focusing only on the near future, which is uncertain, will cause your mental health to also become fragile.

Every morning, focus on the day ahead. If reading the news is getting you down, put down your phone, and read a book instead.

Positive and actionable thoughts such as, ‘how can I make the most of my day today?’ will focus your energy on the day ahead. This is preferable to focusing on what the situation will look like in 2 weeks, 2 months or even 2 years, as this will just cause you unnecessary anxiety.

So, how are you making the most of your day today?



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