Mental Health Signal
Optimise your mental health

We all have mental health in the same way we have physical health. At some point, most of us will experience poor mental health, have health anxiety or know someone who has.

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What is mental health?

According to the World Health Organisation, it is the “psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioural adjustment”.

Mental Health Problems

What does poor mental health look like?

In this context, we are talking about stress, anxiety, depression or burnout. As well as suffering mentally, you might also be experiencing physical symptoms of anxiety like headaches, hair loss, weight loss or gut health issues.

This might be caused by difficulties in your life, relationship problems, being unable to shut off due to tech, feeling overworked, a lack of meaning or purpose in your life, or crippling perfectionism. You might be feeling overwhelmed, panicky, out of control, unfilled, unhappy and worried about your health. Suffering from poor mental health can be very frightening, and it’s important to seek professional help if you’re struggling.

How to optimise your mental health

Nutrition

What you eat will have a profound impact on your mental health. Eating a diet that is personal to you is so important, not just for mental health but for sleep, energy, body composition, digestion and fitness. Eating a diet based on your unique DNA will enable you to optimise your health, fitness and wellbeing, nourish your mind, and provide your gut and your brain with the nutrients it needs to flourish.

Nutrition

Hormones

One is thyroid; both hyper- and hypothyroidism have been linked to mood problems. The other is vitamin D3, which we synthesise from the sun. A deficiency in vitamin D3 is very common in people from the Northern hemisphere, and is linked to depression, fatigue and unexplained aches and pains.

Hormones

Gut health

Fixing any issues that reside in the gut. A lack of microbial diversity in the gut has been linked with depression, mood disorders, autoimmune conditions such as eczema and asthma and even autism.

Gut health

Mental Nourishment

The final thing is mental nourishment. Simple but incredibly powerful techniques such as gratitude journaling, meditation and breathing exercises can have a huge impact on the mind and mental health. The beauty of these is that they cost nothing to do but the health benefits are life-changing.

Mental Nourishment

From the initial Discovery Session to my final session with my coach, I was completely impressed with the expertise the knowledge the support and the attention to detail that the Bodyshot team provide. My coach was always at the end of the phone when I needed extra support and was brilliant at explaining every aspect of the tests, the results and the how I could tailor my diet, exercise and lifestyle to work with my unique DNA and prolong my healthspan.

Deborah Turner

Consultant

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