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Whether you are trying to stay focused at school or work, or trying to sleep, an overactive mind can interfere and disrupt effective or even rational thinking. Often weâ€™re not aware this is happening until we find ourselves bombarded with negative or anxiety-producing thoughts. It takes time and effort to learn to control these thoughts, but once we do we can attain a healthy state of mind.
We have more influence over the activity in our minds than most of us believe. Much of this control is based in healthy habits and behaviors in diet and exercise, combined with steps we can take to redirect our thoughts. Once we learn which techniques work for us, we can develop habits to improve our cognitive abilities and become more proficient and resilient.
Try the following techniques to see what works for you.
At Future Health, we approach each issue we discuss with the goal of physical and mental wellness. Whether you need help with your diet, getting into an exercise routine, understanding how to set and reach goals, coping with stress or a chronic illness, achieving a healthy gut, or overcoming addiction, Future Health has resources and tools to help.
Combined with other tools, calming your overactive mind can get you closer to a happier and more fulfilling life.