Best ways to support your mental health with CBD.
Support your mental health with CBD
We can all go through phases in our lives when we feel under greater pressure, unhappy or just lacking a certain zest for life.
Whilst this is normal, and most of us bounce back easily, some people can struggle with feelings of low moods that can leave them feeling anxious, stressed and lonely.
A daily intake of CBD supplements may support mental well-being and maintain optimal health.
CEO Sophia Ali shares her simple steps on how we can boost our mental health and live a healthier, happier and more creative life.
Regular exercise helps you sleep, concentrate, look and feel better. It has significant benefits for your mental health, with mood-boosting endorphins being released before and after a workout. Any exercise that is good for your body is good for your mental wellbeing too. Find an exercise club to sign up to, team sports can be a great option. Not only will this give you a chance to boost your fitness, but also make new friends and socialise.
Studies show that meditating regularly, even just for 10 minutes a day can support you to be generally happier and more satisfied with your life. Before an interview, or a big event set aside some time to take a few deep breaths and meditate.
Drinking plenty of water has many documented health benefits. Talking to a friend over a relaxing cup of tea is a great way to hydrate, offload and boost your mood – especially when it’s a cup of Amma Life CBD tea.
Take regular CBD supplements to optimise your mental health
Taken regularly CBD supplements can help to support well-being and maintain optimal health. From adding a few drops to a drink or placing paste on the tongue, Try one of Amma Life’s sprays that can be taken on the go!
Biohack your Mindset
This may sound like some futuristic activity, but it is really about understanding the process of making changes to your lifestyle in order to “hack” your body’s biology and feel your best. One simple way to do this is to focus on 5 things you are grateful for every night just before bed. This encourages you to recognise all of the positive things that occur in your life and view the world through the glass is half-full lense (as opposed to half-empty).
This article was written in association with 24/7 magazine.