We, at the Institute, believe we can build mental and emotional resilience with simple strategies around healthy food and drink choices, and establishing healthful sleep routines.
Small changes to our hydration, nutrition, sleep habits and sugar consumption can radically improve our brain health improving mood and behaviour. Ensuring that the Maslow's Basement needs are met builds both resilience and immunity.
These same foundational strategies will build resilience through the stresses of teenage years and into adulthood.
We believe that early education around building resilience and giving people the skills to manage our mental health will reduce the incidences of teenage self harm, combat many social dysfunctions and addictive behaviours and improve community health.
Trevor & Annie Boulton - Directors of The Brain Health Education Institute
Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia