Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), or talk therapy can help you better manage your emotions, beliefs, and behaviors.
Medication can help treat some mental health concerns. Consult a psychiatrist to determine the best medication for you.
Regular exercise is good for your mental health. It increases endorphins, reduces stress, and promotes sleep, all of which contribute in recovery.
A well-balanced diet rich in whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and omega-3 fatty acids helps improve brain health and recovery.
Mindfulness and meditation aid mental health recovery by lowering stress, regulating emotions, and encouraging calm.
Communicate with loved ones. Strong social networks validate feelings and avoid loneliness.
Divide your recuperation into small phases. Celebrate your accomplishments, no matter how little.