How can I relax myself?

Generally speaking, to be physically and mentally healthy requires you to have a regular lifestyle - enough sleep, well-balanced meals, a suitable amount of sports, having hobbies and a social life, and a positive attitude etc. There are a lot of ways to deal with stress, for example: exercising, listening/playing music, appreciating art, religion etc. The most important thing is to find an activity that is suitable for you, that way the activity will really make you relaxed and less stressed.
Caretakers and family members face a lot of stressful situations. In order to lessen the stress, family members and caretakers alike can consider the following suggestions:

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Stay healthy and rest well, so we have energy to keep on going Exercise regularly, explore nature, breath deeply to make yourself more relaxed. Be inclusive and let other family members take responsibility for taking care of the patient and doing household chores. Remember that the patient’s wellbeing should not solely rely on one person in the family. The care and empathy of each and every family member is very helpful towards the recovery of the patient.
Maintain a healthy mindset, positive thinking can help us change how we deal with the situation Sometimes positive and negative thoughts are only a matter of choice. However, these choices have the chance of bringing better feelings, actions and conditions into the situation. Therefore it is important that we hold a positive attitude towards any situation – accept our emotions and try to let go, appreciate and encourage ourselves to go for reasonable expectations. At the same time, we should always think about our own needs and be aware of our own mental health, avoiding long-term stress and anxiety. Give yourselves some space to do things that you enjoy, eg. meditation, reading or religion. When the patient is not emotionally stable, try to keep calm and control your emotions.
Maintain a healthy social life, and make connections with resources and people of the same situations Share your experiences and worries with friends, listen to others opinions and find chances to spend time with your friends. Be active in joining events related to psychosis to gain more knowledge and eliminate prejudices about the illness. Join community groups with people of similar experiences so that you can connect and share your burdens to feel less lonely in your experience. Moreover, frequent communication with patients and caretakers can help sharpen your communication skills. In times of need, do not be afraid to look for resources (eg. Dormitories, rehabilitation centres etc) or professionals (eg. social workers, nurses etc) for help.
Family members can try to find the best way to eliminate stress for them and make it a regular routine. Regular activities help to increase your mental strength to face this situation with other family members. Finally, it is very important to understand that in order to take good care of the patient, we have to first take good care of ourselves.