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The world keeps turning, no matter what it’s going through. Right now feels like a strange time, but it might also be the opportunity you need to hone in on your body and mind. And lucky for you we’ve got some great advice from Matt Haig, the author of Notes on a Nervous Planet, on good mental health in a social media age.

  1. Cut Social Media Time Out

    Instead of scrolling through your phone aimlessly distracted, go onto social media knowing that you are there for one thing. To message that one friend, or find that one page. Then put it down, don’t get caught up after you’ve done what you needed to do.

  2. Go Outside Atleast Once a day.

    According to research done by Harvard, going out for a walk and seeing nature has tangible mental health benefits. For us on lockdown, that means going out into the garden or on the balcony for some fresh air and some sunshine.

  3. Read.

    Reading can have benefits similar to meditation. It’s another way of escaping your mind. Stories with a structure of a beginning, middle, and end can sometimes be a powerful form of therapy for someone stuck in a psychological moment.

    If you need a read, give Notes on a Nervous Planet a try. It’s the journey of Matt Haig’s diagnosis of panic disorder, anxiety and depression, how he discovered the high-tech world we live in could be hindering our happiness, and compromising our mental health.

    If you need another boost, let’s talk about Emozac by Releaf Pharma.

    Formulated with Iranian Saffron, it’s clinically tested to naturally help to relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression. It also contributes to emotional balance and promotes a positive mood.

    Does Emozac Actually Work?

    A proprietary study showed that 30 mg per day of Safr’Inside (Iranian Saffron) in our Emozac, significantly relieves symptoms of anxiety and depression after only 15 days!

    3 out of 4 participants felt more optimistic and 2 out of 3 felt more relaxed.

    Of course, have a chat with your health care practitioner about whether it’s best for you.

    So, with all that info floating in your brain, make a note. Get some rest. And let’s tackle tomorrow. You’re gonna do great.