Learning to check on yourself is an important tool when it comes to bettering your mental health. In this blog, we’re going to go over some important questions you can ask yourself when you’re ready to check in and reflect on how you’ve been doing lately. Feel free to tailor the following questions to make sure that they make sense for your situation and reflect any mental health goals that you’ve set for yourself.
Questions to Check on Yourself
Below you’ll find some top questions you can think about when you’re ready to reflect. Consider taking some time to write out your answers and keep them as a record. At Avalon Malibu, we strongly believe in the importance of checking in on yourself, so let’s get started.
How Much Sleep Have I Been Getting Lately?
For some people, getting too much or not enough sleep can be a sign that their mental health is declining. If you’re noticing changes in your sleeping patterns, consider reaching out to our staff at Avalon Malibu. We may be able to connect you with a mental health professional.
How Are My Relationships?
If your relationships are suffering, it could have an impact on your mental health. While this isn’t always the case, it can be a good starting point when you’re checking in on yourself.
What Are the Main Emotions I’ve Been Feeling Lately?
Have you been feeling happy? Sad? Anxious?
Thinking about the main emotions you’ve been experiencing lately can provide you with a general idea of how your mental health has been and if you need to make any changes to benefit it. By pinpointing common emotions, you can notice patterns and find ways that you can continue to improve your mental health.
Reaching out to a professional is a great idea if you notice that the common emotions you’ve been experiencing are challenging ones. Don’t be afraid to ask for help and get the support you need.
We hope that this guide has been helpful and shown you some ways that you can intentionally check on your mental health. We’re here to answer any questions you may have and provide you with mental health resources. You can reach a member of our staff by calling (844) 857-5992 and we’ll connect you with a professional. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today and begin (or continue) the journey to taking better care of your individual mental health.