Get Proactive with Your Mental Health – 5 Tips and Tricks

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – (July 26, 2022) –We live in a time when people are stressed out, easily irritated, overstimulated, and overwhelmed. This can lead to problems with our mental health, such as stress, anxiety, low mood, and depression. While most people know how important physical exercise is for their body’s health, they are not as aware of what they can do to protect their mental health. Learning how to protect one’s mental health can go a long way toward helping people navigate the ever-changing terrain they encounter and still come out feeling good.

“Many people do things like exercise, eat healthier food, and go for routine check-ups to help protect their physical body, but they don’t do much beyond that to help protect their mental health,” explains Katie Sandler, personal development and career coach. “This can lead to an array of issues that ultimately lead to dissatisfaction with one’s life in general. People often feel stuck, disappointed, unhappy, and frustrated with no idea how to get ahead.”

According to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the country, affecting 40 million adults. Anxiety is when people have an irrational level of fear and worry about everyday situations. They may experience a sense of overwhelm, increased heart rate, feel tired for no reason, or feel revved up with pressured breath. Additionally, people may have depression or stress-related issues that keep them from living their life to the fullest.

When people suffer from anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues, they may get stuck in their life, unable to make decisions, move forward, or achieve goals. It’s vital that people make protecting their mental health a high priority and that they do things regularly to be proactive in keeping a healthy mindset. Knowing these 5 things can help improve one’s mental health and quality of life.

Here are 5 ways to help protect one’s mental health:

“Put mental health care on your calendar or to-do list, just like you do other things,” added Sandler. “Your mental health is just as important as a dentist or hair appointment. Make time for the things that will help keep your mind in a good place.”

Sandler has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in mental health counseling, a strong foundation in mindfulness-based stress reduction, and worked in hospitals and private practice. She previously spent time as a research assistant at Johns Hopkins, focusing on purpose in life. To learn more about Katie Sandler and her services, or to see the retreat schedule, visit the site:

About Katie Sandler

Katie Sandler is a popular impact coach and provides health and wealth coaching and personal and professional development. She offers worldwide retreats and private and corporate impact coaching opportunities. She focuses on helping people become more successful so they can live with purpose and impact our world. To learn more about Katie or her services, visit the site:

Katie Sandler, career development and impact coach, offers ways people can help keep their mental health in check

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