It is important to try on a regular basis to implement healthy habits into your life that address not only your physical health, but also your mental, emotional, social, and spiritual wellbeing. This is important for everyone to consider, but particularly for those impacted by Huntington’s disease.
Keeping yourself physically and mentally active is an important part of staying healthy. But did you know that this is especially important if you are at risk of Huntington’s disease, gene positive or diagnosed with Huntington’s disease.
Mental Health and Mindfulness
Our thoughts and emotions whilst can be inspiring and uplifting, they can also lead to stress, anxiety and depression. Mindfulness and meditation are two things that you can do to help manage these unhelpful thoughts and feelings.