There's never a better time to get yourself fighting fit, both mentally and physically, but we know it's often easier said than done.
Now, we don't know it all, but trust us when we say that Rome wasn't built in a day. Small, manageable changes are the best way to have a long-term impact on how you think and feel, so here's Push’s 5 top tips for maintaining good mental health.
You know when your laptop needs an update and afterwards it tells you to restart your computer? That is exactly what your brain is doing overnight – processing the day’s information and experiences, and deciding what to keep and what to flush so that you’re running the most efficient software possible in your headspace.
If you’re not loading the new brain updates regularly and restarting it every night, it's going to keep stalling and eventually shut down. This is all proven by neuroscientists, and ‘neuroscientist’ is such a funky word for a job that we’re not going to argue with them.
There, nothing too scary, right? Even the vegetables aren't the end of the world – you'll be amazed by what you can sneak your 5 a day into, whether you're a vegephobe or not.
Give some of these a go. If you want to start off slow, maybe try one new change a week. You'll be surprised how quickly you start to reap the benefits.
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