Imagine a scenario where you visit a doctor because you have been struggling with a highly uncomfortable stomach issue for a long time. What tests do you think they will run, or what prescriptions do you believe they will write for you? Alternatively, imagine you visit a massage therapist to release the tension and discomfort in your neck and shoulder muscles. You continue to see them every week, but the pain slowly makes its way back. Indeed you have been facing a lot of stress and pressure and struggling to get a good night’s sleep every other night. But these issues are not why you visit the doctor. You will be good to go with some melatonin at night and a cup of piping hot coffee every morning.
In both scenarios described above, one common fault is that you only focused on addressing the acute pain without paying much attention to its multidimensional components. Unfortunately, this is a routine practice for many of us. We often fail to identify the effects of stress or a mental illness unless they manifest in the form of some physical symptoms. Although a declining mental state can take a toll on our physical, emotional, and even intellectual health, many of us do not know how to explain the difficulties on these levels. As a result, we only consider getting treatment when we have something tangible to show and fix. In reality, the human body and the brain are one entity. Both are entirely interconnected in such a way that one dramatically affects the other. So if you are neglecting your mental health, you will automatically end up physically hurting yourself with time.
This article will describe the importance of mental health, why it is so crucial to maintain it, and how to do it with a particular emphasis on its seven components.
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