18 January,2019 | Reading Time: 3 minutes
Unknowing everday we do hurt our mental health. Yes, every day! Want to know how? Continue reading. Here are the 5 daily habits that is hurting your mental health.
We all do procrastinate, in fact, it a challenge that we all do face in our daily life. It doesn't matter how planned and organised we are, we pospond our works. You may procrastinate for trivial pursuits such as laziness, going shopping or being online.
Research suggests that ‘people who do procrastinate have the chances of experiencing a higher level of stress and reduced level of well-being’.
Stress is linked to various health issues that may lead to conditions such as depression, anxiety, quality of sleep and cardiovascular disease or hypertension.
Sleep and health are closely connected to each other. Poor sleeping pattern may result in impacting your well-being. Studies states, for healthy day, the human body requires at least 6 to 8 hour of a sound sleep.
Irregular sleep patterns may lead to restlessness, irritation and stress. In a long-term, you are at the risk of developing sleep-related disorders such as insomnia (sleeping less) and hypersomnia (sleeping more).
According to the study conducted by Lisa F. Berkman and S. Leonard Syme, the risk of death is three times greater in the people with decreased social interactions.
Nowadays loneliness and isolation seem more common, especially with the teens and older adults. Social isolation may lead to the mental health condition that may result in severe depression, loneliness and suicidal thoughts.
A study says- ‘about 20% of death around the world is because of unhealthy eating habits’.
Food not only serves as fuel to your body but also to the mind. Unhealthy food consumption may cause health effets such as diabetes, heart diseases, obesity and cancer.
Tied up to your mobile phone makes you skip works (procrastination), sleep issues, lack of social interactions (loneliness) and poor eating habit.
An Korean based study conducted a test between smartphone addicts and non-addicts. Comparatively, addicted teenagers scored significantly scored higher than the non-addicts in anxiety, depression and impulsivity test.
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