Driving Mental Health Advocacy Through Education

Our “30 days to better mental health” program is aimed at building awareness and knowledge to help you overcome mental health challenges, improve your mood, and decrease pain

Optimize your mental health with our 30-day mental wellness program

We’re taught how many things in life but how to manage our mental health wasn’t one of them.

Critically, we now know that diet quality is a key modifiable factor influencing mental and brain health across all stages of our lives.

We will explore how different parts of our lifestyle affects our mental health, including exercise, nutrition, mindfulness, sleep, and connection play a role in our overall mood.

The program includes the latest research, practical solutions, and an easy to follow guide to improve your mood, become happier, and decrease the symptoms of depression and anxiety

This program will be released in July – be sure to sign up today!

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Who's This Program For?

If you’re like most people, you may not know how to manage your mental health effectively. You’ll be given the tools that can help you manage your mental health, whether it’s anxiety, depression, or balancing your mood better.

Our program is focused on the 5 pillars of mental wellness – sleep, nutrition, connection, exercise, and mindfulness.

General Mood, Joy, and Happiness

We give you the tools to be able to improve your mental wellness, whether you think your mental health is good or bad

Mental Health

This program is tailored to help mood disorders such as depression and anxiety

Insomnia

Do you have trouble sleeping, falling asleep or staying asleep? This program is designed to help improve your sleep

Chronic pain

Chronic pain is a complex condition and needs to be addressed in multiple ways, this program touches on the major ones

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What's In The Program?

The program is designed to help you guide you in the major aspects that affect your mental health – exercise, sleep, nutrition, connection, and being mindful. We provide you with a few things to do each day to improve your mental wellness.

Exercise

You don’t have to be an athlete to exercise but you need exercise to have your best brain. We tell you the best type of exercise for your mood and mental health.

Sleep

Sleep allows us to handle difficult situations, process emotions, and a deep sleep rewires an anxious brain

Nutrition

You don’t need to change your diet completely but you’ll find out some of the best tips to improve your brain, mood, and decrease inflammation

Connection

Our brain is wired for connection, literally! Our connection with our community and tribe of family, friends, and partners may play one of the biggest roles in reducing our chances of dying earlier

Mindfulness

How well do you control your thoughts? Are you able to live in the moment? We can help you be more mindful and reduce those thoughts

Ready to start?

Are you ready to have a plan for how to manage your mental health?

What is the program?

We give you the tools to improve your mental health

The program is designed to educate on the 5 pillars needed to improve and maintain optimal mental health. We focus on exercise, nutrition, sleep, connection, and being mindful.

There simple daily tasks to complete from the 5 pillars through a check-list workbook.

A few examples are listed below. You’ll be given the education on why they’re important, how to complete them each day, and tips if you struggle with them.

Mental Health Workbook PDF

Types of food to improve mental health

Best types of exercise to do

Different ways to connect with people

Use mindfulness to reduce negative thoughts

Exercise

Exercise is a scientifically proven mood booster, decreasing symptoms of both depression and anxiety. Physical activity kicks up endorphin levels, the body’s famous “feel good” chemical produced by the brain and spinal cord that produces feelings of happiness and euphoria.

Sleep

Getting the right amount of good sleep can give you more energy, improve concentration, help you better deal with stress and, you guessed it, keep you healthy!

Nutrition

Mental health is complex and it is now thought that nutrition is as important to mental health as it is to heart health. Diet is often used as an adjunct to other forms of treatment, but evidence supports that nutrition could be a front-line approach to conditions like depression, mood disorders, and anxiety.

Connection

Being mindful

Research shows that mindfulness can help improve the well-being and quality of life. It may help people reduce stress and anxiety, manage symptoms of some mental illnesses and substance use problems while improving physical health. Mindfulness can help us look at our own lives more clearly. It can help develop a different relationship with our experiences and it can give us space to look at problems from all perspectives, without getting tangled in difficult thoughts or feelings that only make us feel worse.

What do you have to do in the program?

Choosing to commit to these daily practices can improve your mental health

1. Exercise

Exercise 30 minutes a day

We ask you to do some type of activity for 30 minutes a day. It doesn’t matter the type of exercise as long as you’re moving. The types of activity range from laundry to working out!

Types include:

  • walking
  • laundry
  • working out
  • sports
  • gardening
  • whatever you enjoy!

2. Sleep

Focus on achieving 4 out of 6 sleep hygiene principles

Sleep is crucial for optimal health and lack of sleep is connected to an increase in inflammation, which is associated with a host of health problems – concentration and productivity, pain, depression, and ruminationA deep or considered thought about something. We ask you to complete 4 out of the 6 tasks daily to improve your sleep

These include:

  • cooling down
  • blacking out the room
  • meditation
  • no naping

3. Nutrition

Focus on achieving 3 out of 7 nutrition principles that we set out.

Don’t worry, you don’t have to completely change your diet to follow this program! There is better diets depression with research behind them but all we ask is that you incorporate 3 out of 7 of the main principles behind them – that’s it!

These include:

  • eating better quality fats and oils
  • a variety of fruits and vegetables
  • eating more fibre
  • trying fermented foods

4. Connection

Meet, call, text or video call two friends or family members

Social isolation is at an epidemic level in our society and this has consequences – higher rates of depression and anxiety, increased risk for cardiovascular disease, and premature death. We only ask you to interact with 2 people a day, family or friends.

You can also (optional):

  • join a sports team, walking group or book club
  • go out for dinner
  • eat in a communal space at work

5. Mindfulness

Practice mindfulness for 10 minutes each day

We all live a busy life now! We do several things without much thought – driving to work, cleaning the house, and eating. We help guide you on how to be more “present” throughout the day, it only takes 10 minutes out of your day.

This can be through

  • during your walk
  • an app
  • a gratitude practice

100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!

If you’re not 100% satisfied with your new program, we’ll give you your money back
Daryl is a owner of sync therapy and massage therapist in Victoria bc

DARYL STUBBS

Mental Health Advocate. Owner of Sync Therapy.

I’ve always secretly struggled with my mental health and my thoughts. I was the one that would doubt myself, put myself down, and feel like crap. I’ve been able to completely change my mental health with all the things listed in this program. I’m able to control my thoughts, balance my mood, and just overall be happier.

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