From 1 March to 4 April, the website peaasi.ee invites the university staff to undergo a mental health vitamin plan. Each week, the focus is on one of the components that ensure mental health. University staff can assess their emotional well-being and get recommendations on how to improve their mental health.
The five mental health vitamins are
- good relationships (1-7 March)
- balanced nutrition (8-14 March)
- rest and good sleep (15-21 March)
- experience of positive emotions (22-28 March)
- physical activity (29 March-4 April)
Peaasi.ee offers university staff an opportunity to take a test to assess their emotional well-being from 8 to 21 March. After 21 March, the summary of the responses will also be sent to the university. The test is anonymous, so the feedback will also be anonymous.
This week’s (8-14 March) topic is balanced nutrition.
Regular and varied meals are best for mental health. Be aware of what you eat, and, if possible, choose food that is good for your body and mind. Read more from the article “How to support yourself through a balanced nutrition?”.
Peaasi.ee shares easy tips every one of us can try.
Last week’s (1-7 March) topic was good relationships and how to maintain them.
Communication is a daily part of our lives at school, at home, on the streets, in the shop, at the park or on the hiking trail. Face to face, on the phone, in text messages, on the computer. With words, smiles, expressions, body language. Healthy relationships are a basic necessity for humans. That’s why we feel so bad when we are lonely and have no one to share our thoughts with. But how to achieve good relationships? Read more from the article “How to support yourself through good relationships?”.
Peaasi.ee shares easy tips to create and maintain good relationships.
Further information: Sandra Liiv, Project Manager of the Mental Health Vitamin Plan, 554 3794, sandra [ät] peaasi.ee