1. Take Proper Sleep:

It may seem to be the most common advice, but trust me most of the people don’t follow the basic strep towards their overall wellbeing. Our body needs proper sleep and rest to heal and renew the energy to function properly.

2. Eat a Balanced Diet:

Sleep alone is not going to give you the required benefits. You need to eat a healthy and balanced diet and ensure your body receives enough amount of nutrition. The food you consume determines how healthy your inner system is.

3. Expose Your Body to Sunlight:

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is one of the problems that can happen when you don't get enough vitamin D. Endorphins, which are also known as "happiness hormones," are released when you're in the sun.

4. Deal with Stress:

The truth is that worry is hard to avoid these days, but it is possible to deal with it. Being able to handle worry in a smart and useful way is very important. To do that, stay away from things that make you stressed.

5. Exercise Daily:

When you remain physically active and exercise daily, your blood flow improves in your entire body. With the increased blood flow, the number of oxygen increases and you feel more energetic, fresh and mentally active.

6. Stay Away from Smoking and Alcohol:

You won't get better at your health no matter how much you spend or how hard you try if you keep drinking and smoking. If you want to live a good life, stop smoking and drinking.

7. Be Social, as Much as You Can:

Being alone and not talking to other people are the two main causes of sadness and other mental and physical illnesses. Try to spend some time with your friends and hang out with them, even if you are busy with work and family.

8. Find and Practice New Hobbies:

A hobby keeps us busy and interested. When you're interested in something and enjoy doing it, you're taking healthy steps to improve your mental health. It also takes the stress of work and everyday life off your head.

9. Learn to Live in the Present:

The main reason people have mood swings, sadness, and anxiety is that they keep thinking about things that happened in the past. Saying things to yourself like "why did they do that to me?" takes away your happiness.