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"In medicine, mental hygiene is the practice of taking proactive care of one's mind as a means of preventing the onset of mental illness. Mental hygiene is a subjective concept with significant levels of individual variation, and there is no universally accepted set of steps or guidelines to follow. Fundamental concepts in mental hygiene emphasize the importance of adequate sleep, proper nutrition, regular exercise, social support, and regular checkups with a mental health professional." Read more ...

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