Mental Health Haven: 4 Ways To Create One In Your Home

It is fact that disability may lead to emotional instability. And if that is all that you get out of it, consider yourself fortunate. Where I see sometimes greater damage than that resulting from disability is what it does to a body’s sense of self. Yes, disability can do nasty stuff to the brain.

It is the only one that you have, take care of it. There are some good ideas here to get you started. Try one on, see if it fits. Take what works and make it a great one. For you.

It’s an unfortunate fact that many people are not able to get the mental health support they need. Unfortunately, this can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness, making physical and mental health worse. But you don’t have to let this happen. There are four easy ways that anyone can create a haven for themselves inside their home, no matter how big or small it may be. You’ll feel better after reading this article on how to do it.

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Let In the Natural Light

The natural light of the sun can have a significant impact on your mood. Unfortunately, you may spend so much time looking at screens that it’s essential to find ways to let in as much nature and sunlight as possible. 

Consider renovating your house with the help of home builders to accommodate natural light through large windows, skylights, and other features.

Open up curtains…

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Published by bradleygillespie

I am just a guy with a disease called adrenomyeloneuropathy. I want other guys with the disease to see the good parts of disability. Not the gloom. Not the doom. Make sense?

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