Sleep Schedule For Stroke Prevention & Endorphins Benefits Report Launched

A new report focusing on the best ways to help improve mental health has been launched. The report is ideal for anybody that suffers with poor mental health.

Middletown, United States - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A new report has been launched identifying the 5 easiest and best ways to help improve mental health. Say No To Stroke goes into detail on what these 5 factors are, and how they can be used to improve mental health, making it ideal for anybody that suffers from poor mental health, or anyone that wants to live healthier.

More information can be found at: https://saynotostroke.com/blog

Readers will find that it is not common for people to think about mental health in comparison to physical health. Physical health is easy to see and be reminded of every day, it is linked to diet and exercise and correct sleep, whereas mental health is harder to identify, and is often overlooked.

Nevertheless, it is a huge factor, and poor mental health is responsible for hundreds and thousands of deaths every year across the world.

Amongst other factors, sleeping on schedule and spending time outdoors are two ways in which readers can improve their own mental health. Lack of sleep has numerous negative effects on the body, including a quicker decline in mental health.

Most sources agree that around 7 hours of sleep per night is optimal. Furthermore; spending time outdoors may seem trivial, but has been linked to better mental health, and reduce stress.

Readers will discover that another factor to help improve mental health is exercising. Exercise does not just improve physical health, but it also helps to fix many things that ail people, including mental disease.

When exercising, the body releases endorphins which help optimize mental health and help with good moods, as well as help ward off chronic lifestyle conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes. These diseases not only negatively affect the brain itself, but can inadvertently contribute to poor mental health through stress and negatively affecting brain chemistry.

Contact Info:
Name: A Fraser
Organization: Say No To Stroke
Address: 15 South Street, Middletown, NY 10940, United States

For more information, please visit http://saynotostroke.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346436

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