Eat well. Eating right can help you keep your mind sharp. Some foods, like blueberries, are even linked to healthy brain function. Also, try to limit how much caffeine, alcohol, and sugar you eat and drink. These can make you feel more anxious and tired in the long run.
Talk with friends. Enjoying time with friends and family can help you feel more connected. Make time to be with them to share a laugh or when you need to talk through a problem.
Talk with your healthcare provider. Let your healthcare provider know if you have trouble sleeping or feel changes in your mood. Also, talk about how you handle these feelings. Your healthcare provider may be able to offer some new healthy habits to try or have other suggestions.