14 Oct

Theme of the Year: Global Citizenship

…for a better world


UHT/CIR/015/2013-2014                                                 Date:- 14/10/2013

Dear parents,


While celebrating mental health in our schools and conducting lots of activities with our students and staff on importance of mental health, we feel it is important for us to also share some tips on the same with you as our valued partners.


Mental health is about the way one thinks and feels and the ability to deal with ups and downs. It is important to take care of oneself and get the most from life. I am sharing few tips with you with a firm belief that making simple changes of how one lives life doesn’t cost a fortune or takes up loads of time. “Why not start today?”


Warm Regards

HOD: Dept. of Counselling and Research

Universal Education


Talk About Your Feelings


Talking about your feelings can help you stay in good mental health and deal with times when you feel troubled. It’s part of taking charge of your wellbeing and doing what you can to stay healthy.


Eat Well


There are strong links between what we eat and how we feel. Eat healthy and nutritious food to keep yourself physically fit and active as physical health influences mental health.


Keep in Touch


Friends and family can make you feel included and cared for. They can offer different views from whatever’s going on inside your own head. They can help keep you active, keep you grounded and help you solve practical problems.


Take a Break


A change of scene or a change of pace is good for your mental health. It could be a five-minute pause from cleaning your kitchen, a half-hour lunch break at work or a weekend exploring somewhere new. A few minutes can be enough to de-stress you.


Accept Who You Are


Some of us make people laugh, some are good at maths, others cook fantastic meals. Some of us share our lifestyle with the people who live close to us, others live very differently. We’re all different.


Keep Active


Experts believe exercise releases chemicals in your brain that make you feel good. Regular exercise can boost your self-esteem and help you concentrate, sleep, look and feel better. Exercise also keeps the brain and your other vital organs healthy.


Drink Sensibly


We often drink alcohol to change our mood. Some people drink to deal with fear or loneliness, but the effect is only temporary.


Ask for Help


None of us are superhuman. We all sometimes get tired or overwhelmed by how we feel or when things go wrong. If things are getting too much for you and you feel you can’t cope, ask for help.


Do Something You're Good At


What do you love doing? What activities can you lose yourself in? What did you love doing in the past? Enjoying yourself helps beat stress. Doing an activity you enjoy probably means you’re good at it and achieving something boosts your self-esteem.


Care for Others


Caring for others is often an important part of keeping up relationships with people close to you. It can even bring you closer together.


Our Best,

Authorised Personnel