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Top Tips to Boost Your Mental Wellbeing

Did you know that 1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in England? With common mental health issues such as anxiety and depression reported by 1 in 6 people in any given week.

It is so important to take a little extra time to care for yourself and consider reaching out to someone who might need a comforting word or a friendly face. Even if someone seems okay on the outside, they might be struggling internally.

Dealing with mental health issues can feel incredibly isolating, so it’s vital to make an extra effort to support one another and show that no one must face their struggles alone.

There are a few things we can suggest to make sure you’re prioritising your mental health and feeling your very best:

Connect with people close or important to you

The people that you spend time with can have a huge impact on your mood and overall mental state. You might not always notice, but that excited, buzzy feeling you get after hanging out with your closest friends really boosts your spirits and can influence your mood for the rest of the week. Reaching out to reconnect with old friends or building new positive relationships can also make you feel great about yourself. Surrounding yourself with uplifting, supportive people and spending less time with those who don’t make you feels as good is a fantastic way to enhance your happiness.

Do the things you enjoy

Prioritise what you enjoy doing, and make time for the things that make you feel your very best. Looking out for yourself can give your mental health a fantastic boost!

Learn a new skill

Learning a new skill can be a blast and super rewarding! It’s amazing how much a new hobby can lift your spirits. Whether you’re diving into painting, learning how to bust a move with some new dance steps, cooking up a storm in the kitchen or taking on a new language, the possibilities are endless. There’s something out there for everyone. Plus, it’s a great way to dedicate yourself to some “me time” and focus on doing something purely for yourself. So go ahead and explore – who knows, you may have an extraordinary talent you haven’t quite discovered yet!

Stay physically active

Wanting that dopamine hit to improve your mood? Staying active and taking part in regular exercise can improve your mood and allows you to set yourself new goals that give you something exciting to work towards.

There is a strong connection with physical well-being and mental health. Taking care of your body through exercise not only improves your physical health but boosts your mood and mental state. It doesn’t have to be anything strenuous, just something you enjoy. Whether it be running, dancing, yoga, daily walks, or swimming, you’ll feel so much better once you get your body moving. A happy body creates a happy mind.

Be mindful

A positive mind not only feels great on the inside, but also radiates on the outside. Taking time to focus on improving your mental health and well-being is crucial, and there are countless ways to do this. Try meditating daily, going for regular walks to soak in the scenery, listening to podcasts about topics you find interesting, indulging in a relaxing bath or simply listening to your favourite music. Mindfulness can encompass a wide range of activities, but the key is connecting with what you’re doing and staying present in the moment. After doing this a few times you’ll feel so relaxed, and you can really notice the difference!

Here are a few supplements we recommend for you to feel your very best:

Book in at The London House of Wellbeing Clinic for an appointment for personalised consultation service, supplement recommendations / to book an appointment.


Libby Adler (@foodwithlib):

A food blog by an aspiring nutritionist, food product developer and marketer. Sharing fun, creative content on recipe development, restaurant reviews, cuisine critiquing and health and wellbeing.

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