Women’s Mental Health & Wellness
Each of us goes through stressful times in our lives and the development of good coping skills allows us to maintain our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, also known as our Mental health. This section will help you with insights on how to improve women’s mental health and emotional wellbeing to achieve a happy and healthy lifestyle.
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What is mental health?
Mental health is a state of wellbeing which includes our emotional, psychological, and social capabilities that drives our state of mind into overcoming everyday obstacles.
There are many mental health conditions, such as depression and bipolar disorder, that can affect women’s health more than men, or affect women differently.
Why is mental health important?
Mental health affects everything. From making healthy life choices to controlling daily stress, maintaining good mental health can prevent you from feeling miserable and making bad decisions in life.
What is good mental health?
Good Mental health is defined as our capability to cope with the normal stresses of life and function productively.
How does mental health affect a woman’s physical health?
Mental health has a very strong connection with physical health. Good Mental health can prevent you from making unhealthy nutrition choices, skipping workouts, feeling unmotivated, and also thinking clearly.
Do female hormones affect mental health?
Hormones can always affect a woman’s moods and emotions. To know more about how hormones affect our emotional and mental wellbeing, Click here
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