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World Mental Health Day: Your mental wellbeing checklist
Saturday, 10 October · 1 min read

Taking care of your mental wellbeing is essential, especially during times like these. This means finding the time to stop and check-in on how you're feeling, which isn't always that easy.

To mark World Mental Health Day, we've put together a list of questions to get you thinking about any recent changes in your mood and how you're feeling right now.

Consider how you’ve been feeling over the last 2 weeks and ask yourself these questions:

  1. Have you felt low, anxious, depressed or hopeless?
  2. Have you felt less interested in doing things you previously enjoyed?
  3. Have your energy levels dropped?
  4. Have you been worrying too much?
  5. Have you found it harder to relax or wind down?
  6. Have you had trouble falling asleep?
  7. Have you been more irritable?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, it may help to address these feelings by taking regular steps to monitor and improve your mental wellbeing.

Read our tips below to discover 5 natural ways to help boost your mood.

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The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.

Abraham Maslow, psychologist

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