Let’s Bring Awareness to Men’s Mental Health

A Person Who Is Unaware of His Own Self is Aware of Nothing (Image Source: Shutterstock)

Mental Health Awareness

A person who is unaware of his own self is aware of nothing. We deal with a number of emotions on a daily basis like anger, happiness, confusion, and sadness. Knowing these emotions better can help you filter them in a better way. Having a clear idea of how these emotions work is important to enjoy good mental health.

Having a Clear Idea of How Emotions Work is Important to Enjoy Good Mental Health (Image Source: Shutterstock)

Men’s Mental Health

It is commonly observed that mental health issues are usually ignored when it comes to men. Often, we may think of women as more emotional, but men experience the same feelings. In fact, men are highly prone to depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorders, and other mental health diseases.

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Benefits of Eating Healthy

It is right to say that what you eat shows on your body, and your brain is a major part of your body. A healthy diet ensures a healthy brain, and hence, a stable mental health. Your environment and circumstances do play a part, but if you don’t eat healthy, you are going to be distributed both physically and mentally. So a well-balanced diet should be of prime importance in your life. This observational study review shows that depression is seen more in persons with poor diets.

Eating Healthy Comes With Numerous Benefits (Image Source: Shutterstock)
  • Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon, eggs, nuts, especially walnuts, etc. come under this category.
  • Whole grains like oatmeal, wheat, legumes, etc.
  • Green vegetables. Spinach, kale, broccoli, and green chili are some important ones.
  • Dark chocolate.
  • Olive oil.
  • Herbal teas like chamomile tea, peppermint tea, and green tea.


Taking care of mental health and practicing the right attitude for its betterment is not just for women. It is vital for men also. Men should also be encouraged to be open about their issues so they can get the right kind of therapy and not just keep looking blindly for a space to vent. They should be assured that talking about such concerns is not a sign of weakness. Rather, it is a brave move to speak openly about what you feel, because it is when you value yourself that others value you too.



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