Author: | Posted on: May 6, 2020
When you are fearing feeling illness, sometimes the last thing you might want to feel is, positive. Illness can affect our sense of mental health and our physical attitude towards wanting to attempt anything. If other people are caring for us then one might worry for them and this anxiousness can influence our feelings, it can induce depression.
Even thinking about the worst possible scenarios or struggles can build fear, this in turn can heighten anxiety and stress. All of these triggers can in themselves bring about other forms of ill health.
Closing out all sense of positivity is not the most useful approach to take. Attempt to visualise yourself as feeling happy, better in yourself and your outlook. Do try to find the positivity in laughter, find the energy to think about the happy times ahead. Even the smallest attempt on one part can set about a great difference in how a situation is felt by the whole and everybody can benefit from this approach to wellbeing.