Going through a transition is stressful and there are many factors that contribute to anxiety, depression and many other mental health issues. Sometimes, it just becomes too much and we need to find ways to quiet the noise around us and bring ourselves back to center. There are many tools available to do so and you should consult your family physician to determine which one is best for you. I personally use meditation as one of the tools to quiet my mind and regain my focus. I use several meditation apps such as Calm and Insight Timer. Mindfulness and meditation is a daily practice for me. I suggest you do your own research and have the conversations with those in your support network whether it be medical or other in order to design a mental wellness plan for you that works for your unique needs.
Like our minds, our bodies are complex. Each of us have individual and unique needs and there are no one size fits all solutions. Canada's Food Guide can be of assistance as it provides information on how to meet your nutritional needs and much more in terms of healthy eating: https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/ I also suggest that you browse the Participaction website for information on exercise and physical activity: https://www.participaction.com/en-ca/ As always, you should consult with your family physician to determine what is best for you in terms of healthy eating and exercise. It is important to stay healthy, especially when you are going through a transition.
There are many ways to feed the soul. For some, it is through music, travel, yoga, essential oils, religion, Oprah. Quite frankly, this is an incredibly personal journey for all of us and I say, do whatever makes you feel good and brings you peace. Personally, I love pure essential oils. I use them topically, I diffuse them and I ingest some of them depending on what health benefits I wish to achieve. I only use DoTerra pure essential oils. There is no right or wrong way to nurture your soul, it is an individual choice but I encourage you to find what works for you to stay zen and consult with your family physician to discover other ways of achieving balance in your life, especially when you are going through a transition where your balance and emotional well being will often be challenged.