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A Daily Agenda for Excellent Mental Health

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Excellent mental health contributes to a successful and fulfilling forex trading journey. In a forex trading lifestyle, it is essential to take care of both physical and mental strength. Much like a workout routine, forex traders need to keep fit with a daily agenda for excellent mental health. With a fast paced market, the best way to deal with any emotional distress is to practice good mental health everyday. Through optimized mental well being, forex traders can become more self-sufficient and better equipped to face any difficult trading scenario.

Excellent mental health deals with your emotional and psychological state of mind. It is the ability to acknowledge realities or cope with hardships while still being productive and positive. When forex trading, mental well being is applied as you plan, execute, act and react in certain trading activities.


For successful traders, excellent mental health is part of the bigger picture in a forex trading career. Having excellent mental health requires good habits and positive thoughts. It leads to productivity and effectiveness when studying the market or executing a trade.

Just like physical well being, you have to perform exercises everyday to keep the mind mentally strong and fit for trading. To have excellent mental health as a forex trader, here are the best practices to include in your daily agenda:

Wake up to possibilities, not your trading schedule


As soon as you wake up, try to worry less about your to do list. Instead, try starting the day by listening to a great playlist or an inspirational podcast while getting ready. You may also ease into the day by thinking about weekend activities rather than tasks.


The most effective way to wake up without stress is to get the right amount of sleep. This not only improves physical well being but also prepares your mind for a productive day of work. Sleep allows the brain to process information and rejuvenate from the day before.

Create an inspiring and goal-oriented mantra for every activity


When faced with challenges of forex trading, an inspiring and goal-oriented mantra is the perfect motivational tool. Instead of having instant anxiety from a difficult situation, take a deep breath and practice your mantra. Make sure to personalize it according to what inspires you the most.


Having a mantra goes hand in hand with taking breaks from the sedative nature of forex trading. To immediately feel for more calm, move from your desk and close your eyes while repeating your mantra. This exercise is also great to lessen eye strain.

Get creative when taking care of yourself


Taking care of yourself can be practiced every day through simple changes in methods of relaxation. You don’t need book a spa day or a trip. Find simple ways to relax the mind from trading. Try listening to nostalgic music or go outside for some fresh air. 


Forex trading is a desk job. This can eventually strain the body and affect mental health. To ensure mental relaxation, your body also needs to be in good shape. Get creative by spending a day in the park or take kickboxing classes to ease tension for both body and mind.

Stay away from bad emotional habits


Trading without emotions is a skill that requires plenty of practice. Being one of the more difficult problems for mental health, you will need to learn more about your trading habits. 


One of the best ways to physically stop yourself from doing a bad habit is to step out of the situation. Take a break from your forex trading station and maybe exercise your mantra. If you cannot step away from your desk, try doing desk exercises to give relief to the mind and body.

Make time to meditate

For excellent mental health, include meditation in your daily agenda. Forex traders work in a tense market with odd hours that can trigger plenty of emotional hazards. In fact, the emotional aspect of trading is already a given. The most effective exercise to fight stress and increase mental health is meditation. 


  1. Paves the way for excellent mental health
  2. Reduces trading anxiety and stress
  3. Improves focus and critical thinking
  4. Increases energy level for efficient executions
  5. Promotes better learning skills in the long run

Meditation is a great way for forex traders to de-stress. With daily meditation, you can reflect on the day as well as promote a calm mind after trading. It also leads to personal growth and boosts trading performance.



Optimized forex trading performance relies on both physical and mental health. Whether you decide to practice a few or all these tips, make sure you do them daily. Much like an exercise routine, becoming an expert in maintaining strong mental well being requires consistency and discipline. The only way to optimize excellent mental health is to incorporate these practices into your daily agenda.

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