Optimal Mind

The patterns of our thinking are shaped by a cycle of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. This is the central principle of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) used in clinical counseling sessions. 

Fortunately, YOU can use these same CBT principles and find practical solutions to everyday life problems. 

 

What impacts your mental health?

  • Destructive thinking patterns

  • Malnutrition from overconsumption of processed foods lacking essential nutrients

  • Exposure to hazardous chemicals, biotoxins, and metals in the air, water, and food

  • Stress, anxiety, and depression

  • Social isolation

Tips for Developing an Optimal Mind

  • Increase your awareness of the self-defeating thinking patterns by looking for resources and support

  • Focus on balancing your meals with fruits and vegetables and high-quality proteins. You will feel the difference in your mood and concentration when you eat more foods that grow from the ground as opposed to those made in a factory. 

  • Reduce the use of fossil fuels and increasing the use of alternative energy to reduce the release of neurotoxicants such as arsenic, mercury, and other metals into the environmentDecrease the use of pesticides for crop pests to reduce the release of potentially neurotoxic pesticides into waterways.

  • Work with a counselor/ therapist who will use techniques to help you with stress management and mental health symptoms.

  • Stay connected to the people in your professional and personal network. Everyone benefits from feeling connected.

The information, recommendations, and resources shared by Optimal Life Science are based on the independent research findings by Optimal Life Science and associated contributors. 

None of the opinions should replace the advice of a licensed medical professional.

Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness.