Lows to highs
Going to the gym and breaking a sweat always puts me in a good mood. But sleeping in late makes me feel low. On the occasional lazy morning, what can I do to avoid the lows?
—Owais Chowdhary, Via email
Exercise releases feel-good chemicals that help us feel energised, but it is also a profoundly engaging activity that we put our whole mind to.
On days where you can’t start with exercise, find other ways to engage yourself and get moving ‒ hop out of bed, take a shower or make yourself breakfast.
Engaging in mindfulness practices or connecting with a friend or family member are other great ways of grounding yourself. If these don’t work, remember that that odd low mood is part of the ebb and flow of life – it will always pass.
Shaheen Bhatt’s public outing of her own challenges with mental health fuelled discourse about a relatively ignored topic, and made her a role model for young girls to look up to
From HT Brunch, January 3, 2021
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