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The topic on mental health among Malaysians has been gaining popularity over the years. But being true to ourselves, how many of us actually place mental health as an essential priority in everyday living? According to the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) in 2015, 1 in 3 Malaysians above 16 years old have mental health issues. It is believed that many Malaysians are hindered from seeking professional help due to the unfavourable stigma revolving around mental illnesses. Moreover, some Malaysians may not even know they are facing developing risks of mental issues. ​ Talking about good
It’s a widely known fact that when we get a good night’s rest, we feel great. And when we don’t, we feel down and our health suffers. Nonetheless, many people still don’t sleep enough. In Malaysia, 9 out of 10 Malaysians are sleep deprived.  Good, quality sleep is in fact a necessity and lacking thereof will have effects on our overall well-being. It helps us function normally during the day, and is an armour against illnesses and serious diseases.   Here are some of the ways sleep affects our well-being:  Source: Big Hero 6 1. Sleep is linked to body weight We’re all