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6 Natural Ways to Nourish Your Mental Health

As scientists learn more about health, they’ve come to recognize that what happens in the body affects the mind. There’s some truth to adages like “you are what you eat” — your diet is one of the factors influencing your mental health. Other lifestyle choices also play crucial roles in mental health, which is great news. It means you have the power to heal when you have the right conditions to do so. You can’t control the weather, and you might be unable to change your socioeconomic conditions. However, you can feel better, and here’s how. Try these six natural ways to nourish your mental health. 1. Move Your Body Physical activity might be your best antidote for stress and the melancholy that often results…

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