Morale and Mono


Tips For Positive Thinking To Cure Your Mono

Mononucleosis can keep you at home and away from work or school for weeks or even months on end, meaning your morale may take a real nosedive.

As is the case with most illnesses, the power of positive thinking is a proven phenomenon. However, keeping a positive attitude while coping with Mono is not always easy.

Here are some ideas to help you on the road to recovery:

Try to divert your attention from your health. Listen to music, read books and pursue activities that give you pleasure and make you laugh.

Develop a hobby. Hobbies can give you a sense of accomplishment and reduce the feeling of helplessness.

Stay in touch with people who are important to you. Keep connected with friends and family.

Go outdoors when weather permits. Sunshine and fresh air are good for you.

Exercise is nature's best tranquilizer. Even a simple stroll helps to keep you physically and mentally fit, releasing endorphins that lift your mood. Ask your physician about which exercises are the most appropriate for you.

Learn the art of meditation. Activities such as deep breathing exercises, Tai Chi and Yoga can help to focus your mind and reduce stress.

Try aromatherapy treatment. Extracts of essential oils such as bergamot, eucalyptus, and lavender in a warm bath may help relieve fatigue.

Above all, be patient. Get plenty of rest and let the infection run its course.

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