Strategies & Tips - Mental Fitness

Learning helpful strategies and tips to manage your mental fitness or support you when you’re finding things tough is a great place to start. You can use the ‘Filter by Topic’ button below to select a specific topic you want to focus on, otherwise just scroll down to see the different strategies and tips for all the topics you’ll find on this site. 

Top Tips For Good Sleep

Good sleep is one of our basic needs for a health wellbeing and not getting enough sleep can have a big impact on how we feel. Have a look at some tips to achieving good sleep here. 

Looking Out for Others

Helping and giving your time to others is an amazing way of making yourself feel good. This could be as simple as asking someone how they are, helping out within your community or helping a mate with a chore.

Slow Things Down

Research has shown the huge benefits mindfulness can have on our wellbeing. Slowing things down, taking notice and appreciating the small things are great ways to support your mental fitness.

Making Time For Yourself

Doing things you enjoy and giving yourself time to relax is a great way to look after your mental fitness. Make time for activities you like doing such as reading, music, spending time with friends or playing another sport.

Having Positive Support People

Having people around you who are looking out for you and that you trust is really important. These are the people that can help you out when things might be tough and boost your mood when you need it.

Exercising Regularly

Being physically active is proven to help us feel better and decrease stress. This isn’t just limited to trainings and gym workouts. Other options include walking, yoga, swimming and social sports teams.

Prioritising Sleep

Good sleep is a key part of living well, most people need between 7-9 hours and there are so many ways to help improve your sleep. Click here to learn more.

Eating Healthy

Fuelling our bodies with nourishing food and limiting caffeine and sugar improves our energy levels and supports body recovery. Make eating well a priority.