Maintaining Mental Health at Work

Maintaining Mental Health at Work

by | May 8, 2023

In today’s fast-paced and demanding world, it’s becoming increasingly important to prioritize mental health. Mental Health is an integral part of your life, and it’s important to take care of yourself in all aspects, including your work life. Here are some ways you can help maintain your mental health while working:

Prioritize Self-Care

Self-care is essential for maintaining good mental health. Take the time to do things that you enjoy, such as reading, exercising, listening to a good podcast or watching your favorite show, and of course spending time with friends and family. It is also important to get a good night’s rest, eat healthy, and drink plenty of water. All these things help maintain a healthy mental balance. Work is important but you are more important so make sure to do things that benefit you.

Set Boundaries

It is important to set boundaries between work and personal life to prevent burnout. Make sure to stick to your work schedule, don’t come in too early or work later than needed. When you are off work, try to disconnect and avoid checking work emails and messages. If you have work apps on your phone set them on silent during non-work hours. I know this is easier said than done but believe me, you will be much happier if you do this.

Take Breaks

Make sure you take breaks during the day, step away from your desk, and disconnect for a while. Go for a walk, if you are at home go to another space in your home that is designated for relaxing and resting. Wherever you are, remove yourself from your workspace. This will help refresh your mind and help you during the day.

Help Someone Else

Research has shown that helping others can benefit your own mental health. It can reduce stress, improve your mood, and promote happiness. Things you can do to help others at work include offering to help onboard a new hire, work on special projects, or get involved in company activities.

Seek Support

If you are struggling with mental health, don’t be afraid to seek support. This could be talking to a trusted friend or family member, seeking therapy or counseling, or joining a support group. People are out there who would love nothing more than to help you. Just know you are not alone.

With this being Mental Health Awareness Month, we have put together a few of our training videos that might help you. If you are not a member of the Ten-Minute Trainer Network, you can click here to sign up for a 7-day free trial to watch.




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