New Year 2022: Expert Suggested Best Resolutions For Mental Health
With the beginning of the New Year 2022 choose your resolutions by taking suggestions from experts. According to experts, this year's resolutions must be realistic and simple focusing mainly on mental health.
New Year resolutions are something that no one likes to ignore at the beginning of the Year. People look forward to a list of resolutions with an objective to bring certain new changes in the coming year.
With our lives full of different tastes sometimes it becomes confusing and difficult to choose better resolutions and often the resolutions chosen turn up to be unrealistic.
According to various experts related to the field, the resolutions must be realistic and simple in light of better mental health.
The process of setting goals for new changes might seem easier but turning it into a reality is something that needs much effort. So the experts gave more emphasis on New Year resolutions to be realistic and easier.
People often get depressed on failing to implement the resolutions and suffer from stress and anxiety. As per the expert's suggestions this year, the resolutions must be taken considering the mental health of oneself rather than the physical health which is a common resolution every year.
The passing years brought massive stress among the people across the world due to the global pandemic COVID-19 which resulted in the death of many and many have lost their loved ones. Therefore this New Year people should pay attention to their mental health for better well-being and joyful life. The pandemic has highly affected the mental condition of the people in various ways hence it's time to bring a change in the thought process by ignoring all the stressful thoughts.
Resolution suggestions by Experts:
Counselling Psychologist at Kaleidoscope (a unit of Dr Bakshi's healthcare), Maitri Dhingra said that some resolutions seem motivating at the beginning but they may bring stressful situations for an individual in the process of implementation which brings them under pressure. Motivation doesn't always last for a long time so it's better to go for simpler and more realistic resolutions as suggested by Miss Dhingra.
Dr Sonal Anand, Psychiatrist at Wockhardt Hospitals, Mira Road of Mumbai shared her opinion that short-term goals work far better as it is not important that resolutions have to be new, it can be the ones that one may fail to implement in last year. Dr Anand further said that this year people must focus mainly on mindfulness and forgiving must be the main motive for the coming year.
The Psychiatrist suggests that resolutions should be based on a more active lifestyle and health must be prior while setting a goal and the children must pay attention to indoor games to be on top of their health.
Dr Anand advised that while setting resolutions people must give their special focus on self-healing which would turn out to be beneficial and can be successfully implemented. Individuals must make the resolutions in the sector of self-awareness to make themselves better human beings.