We chose the theme of Brain Fitness this year.
See how stress affects your brain and ways that you can improve your brain fitness by reducing stress and anxiety.
This video shows how important brain nutrition is for mental health and how to maintain it.
See how important sleep is for brain health and what happens when you are not getting good quality sleep, along with how you can get better sleep.
Watch this video to see the benefits of exericise for mental health. There have been many studies that prove exercise does help with anxiety and depression.
Watch this video to see how mindfulness can help with stress reduction and can increase positive emotions. Studies suggest that mindfulness helps us tune out distractions and improves our memory and attention skills which improves our focus.
Mind Alive Windbreaker Jacket Contest:
Every day this week, we shall be sharing a video of how Dave keeps his "mind alive" and he wants you to share stories and photos/videos of how you keep your mind alive. Just email them to email@example.com by March 29th and we will enter your name into a draw for a Mind Alive Inc. Windbreaker Jacket. We will be sharing these on our social media pages and in our monthly newsletter, so we will ask you for permission when you email us.
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The contest ends on Tuesday, March 29th. We will be announcing the winner on Wellness Wednesday, March 30th. If you are the winner, we will contact you through this email address.
Our staff members are also going to share ways that they keep their minds alive!
Monday - Nancy takes care of our distributors - she likes to create unique works of art.
Tuesday - Mary-Anne takes care of social media - she challenged herself with a knitting pattern.
Wednesday - Jenn, our bookkeeper, says that working out at the gym really helps to keep her mind alive!
Thursday - For Brain Awareness Week, Bonnie, one of our assemblers, is sharing that working on puzzles keeps her mind alive!
Friday - Esther, our shipper, keeps her mind alive by using mind games like Sudoku, Lumosity and Wordkick.