The brain works better when you practice good mental hygiene.
You don’t have to look far to see how depression, anxiety, and other health issues are causing a massive depletion in the productivity of the workforce, and you as an individual trying to live a superbly self-realized life.
This chapter discusses how to use positive self-talk, gratitude, silence, and a thirst for learning to keep your mind fit and strong.
- Learn how to practice good mental hygiene
- Learn why the “food” put into your mind is just as important as the food you put into your body
- Learn 8 ways to practice positive self-talk
- Learn why silence and meditation are key mental hygiene practices