Researches show we can build resilience

Resilience is your way to stay powerful inside yourself from many obstacles, for example, illness, unhealthy eating habits, broken relationships, losing your job, and more stressful times. You can stop becoming a lazy unhealthy lifestyle mechanism with resilience. This is to say that you do not need to try working hard to avoid stressful times or negative people. You can make your resilience strong enough by train. This will help you to have more control over your life by reducing your stress level and increasing your challenge hormones. 

Also, you have this ability already, so it is not a matter of you were born with resilience or not. That means you can increase your resilience level every-time.

Several examinations revealed resilience is supreme for mental health. Raising your resilience will prevent diverse serious mental problems. Mental health problems can be prevented, through building resilience such as; anxiety and depression.


Now have a look at the seven ways to improve your resilience

1- Be proactive about dealing with problems

Instead of avoiding the concerns, find out what needs to be done and take steps and, if you need help, ask for it. Asking for support is a symbol of courage, not a sign of weakness.


2- Have a positive mindset

Exercising resilience will help you deal with neutralizing thoughts and feelings as they occur and better deal with difficulties. Recognizing that all feelings are real – and often it's very natural to feel overwhelmed, irritated, nervous, or angry.


3- Learn from experience

Speculate on how you've dealt with troubles in the earlier to recognize productive and cold patterns of behavior.


4- Develop good boundaries

Learn to state 'no' and remember that your obligations are just as important as anyone else.


5- Set realistic and measurable goals

A sense of accomplishment is important and a key factor in building self-efficiency and resilience. Moreover, aggressive expectations end up making you feel like a failure.


6- Strengthen relationships

Understanding you have a strong support network in good times and bad is an important aspect of resilience. Working on your communication and investing in important relationships are vital for your life cycle.


7- Build your self-esteem

Building resilience also goes hand in hand with self-efficiency.
You should believe in yourself, so you must stop negative self-talk and practice constructive self-talk on a regular basis to help improve resilience.


                 Build your resilience, stay strong, live healthy (Team Healthy Jons ).



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