The health damage caused by isolation and loneliness is estimated to shorten a person’s life by 15 years, equivalent to the consequence of being obese and smoking 15 cigarettes a day. But how do we go about taking care of our mental wellbeing in a time when in-person interactions are discouraged?
You can start with brain health! When your brain is stronger, healthier, you can better take care of your mental and emotional health.
May is National Mental Health Awareness month. And in light of COVID-19, which has brought with it public health crisis, global economic upheaval and widespread uncertainty, mental health is undeniably a topic of eminent prominence.