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Your mind and mental health affects your body's emotional, psychological, and social responses. The frame of mind that you're in influences how you manage stress, connect to others, and live your life.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) refers to mental activities — desires, emotions, feelings, memories, mindfulness, sentiments, and thoughts — as shen (spirit), which resides in the heart and play an essential role in mental health. In TCM, "7 Emotions" impact the organs in different ways: anger impairs the liver, anxiety and grief harms the lungs, fright and terror affect the kidneys, overthinking can damage the spleen, while excessive elation is not good for the heart.
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While we can’t avoid negative emotions and thoughts, we can address them in healthy ways. Exercising, developing stress management skills, kicking sleep deprivation, or helping another person can help boost your mood and clear your mind.

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