6 Effective Ways To Declutter Your Mind For A Healthier Life!

online medicine

We often find ourselves overwhelmed with the countless things we have to get gone on a daily basis. From being a good life partner to an efficient and productive employee, we are always juggling from one role to the other. Sometimes, doing too much at the same time could stretch the limits of your mental well being. If you are disorganized and  have too many things on your plate, you will not be able to concentrate and your efficiency will go for a toss.

Here are 6 ways to de-clutter your mind as well as your life:

1 . Revisit Your Sleeping Patterns

Aim to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep every night. Also, keep your timings regular. This will help you establish a healthy sleep-wake cycle which is very important for overall health and well being.

2 . Write Things Down

Write down your priorities for the long term and short term. Surprisingly, it helps to you stay more relaxed and helps you take steps accordingly. The trick here is to make sure you have one place to write everything down, whether its in your notebook, your phone or your computer.

3 . Make A “To-Do” List Everyday

Plan, document every thing in advance and it will help you get you through your day. It helps you stay organised and focused. If you have a ‘Master To Do list’ you should extract things you need to do everyday, this helps with prioritizing and ensuring everything gets done.

4 . Clear Your Surroundings

Get rid of the mess. This is extremely important to help you clear your mind. A cluttered workplace will bog you down and make you less productive. Having an organized work station will help you think more clearly and even lift your spirits! Same holds true for your home and your room. Make it a habit to de-clutter your wardrobe and your room once a month.

5 . Watch Less TV

Watching too much of TV can be counter productive to clear thinking. Instead take up a hobby or join a book club. You could also practice meditation and yoga to help you clear your thoughts and think more efficiently.

6 .  Multi Task Only When Needed 

This one is hard to do when all we do is multi-task, however, the truth is multi-tasking leads to errors. You need to focus on what you’re doing, get it done and move on. If you prepare for things in advance you can avoid a mad rush of multi-tasking trying to get everything done at once.

So, go ahead and try these ways to de-clutter and perform your tasks effectively. Stay Happy, Stay Healthy!

Facebook Comments

Related Articles