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Embrace Your Mind: Celebrating World Mental Health Month 💚

Embrace Your Mind: Celebrating World Mental Health Month 💚


As we come together to observe World Mental Health Month, let's take a pause in our busy lives to practice the simple yet profound act of breathing in... and breathing out. 


In this moment of reflection and self-care, remember that our mental health deserves the same attention as our physical well-being. It's a reminder to be kind to ourselves and others, to prioritize self-care, and to seek support when needed.
So, take a deep breath in, allowing yourself to inhale positivity, and then exhale, releasing any stress or negativity. Let this be a symbol of our commitment to nurturing our mental health not only this month but every day.


Together, we can create a world where mental health is destigmatized, understood, and prioritized. 


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Take a deep breath in. Now let it out. You may notice a difference in how you feel already. Your breath is a powerful tool to ease stress and make you feel less anxious. Some simple breathing exercises can make a big difference if you make them part of your regular routine.

Before you get started, keep these tips in mind:

• Choose a place to do your breathing exercise. It could be in your bed, on your living room floor, or in a comfortable chair.

• Don't force it. This can make you feel more stressed.

• Try to do it at the same time once or twice a day.

• Wear comfortable clothes.

Many breathing exercises take only a few minutes. When you have more time, you can do them for 10 minutes or more to get even greater benefits.



Getting help is the most important first step in overcoming any form of mental health challenges.

The Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) Psychological Therapy & Support Services Phone: +603 2780 6803 (Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm, except public holidays)