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Besides Physical Health, Mental Health is also Important to Look For

Healthy people do not mean just to be free of physical illness, you know. Mental health also determines the health of a whole human being. Come on, know more about how to maintain mental health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is a complete physical, mental and social condition and not just the absence of disease or weakness. The definition of health confirms that mental health is noteworthy. Get to know your mental health Mental health is fundamental to human ability to think, develop, express, interact, make a living, and enjoy life. This is the reason why you need to recognize and maintain your mental health. In addition, WHO also explained that a mentally healthy person is able to realize his ability, handle stress in daily life, work productively, and can contribute to his surroundings. If you cannot do these things, there is a possibility that your mental health may be impaired. There are many things that can affect one's mental health, includ
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