Are you feeling stressed out or worried? You’re not alone! Lots of people sometimes feel this way. Here are some tips to help you take care of yourself when things get tough:

Take Mental Health Days: Mental health days can be great reprieves from our stressful lives. Don’t feel guilty about taking an occasional day off, as maintaining good mental health is more important to your productivity than perfect attendance is. Make your mental health days as impactful as possible by eating healthy and getting some exercise in alongside with time for personal hobbies and relaxation. Scrolling through social media all day and eating unhealthy foods might do more harm than good.

Get Outside: Spending time outdoors can make you feel better. So, try to eat lunch outside in the sunshine or go for a walk. Fresh air and exercise can make you feel happier and less stressed.

Set Boundaries: It’s important to know your limits and not take on too much. Remember, it’s okay to say no.

Talk to Someone: If you’re feeling stressed or sad, talking to someone you trust can help. They can listen to how you’re feeling and offer support and advice. Many insurance plans cover some form of counseling, but if you don’t have it, counseling services are offered through non-profit organizations, government agencies, or religious groups.

Remember, taking care of your mental health is as important as taking care of your body. Be kind to yourself, and don’t hesitate to ask for help when needed! Visit or call 800-662-HELP for support.

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