mental hygiene n.
The branch of psychiatry that deals with the science and practice of maintaining and restoring mental health, and of preventing mental disorder through education, early treatment, and public health measures.
The highest aim of mental hygiene should be to increase the power of mental inhibition amongst all men and women.
And the rest, I think, is just a question of will-power and mental hygiene.
This work is not offered as a systematic treatise on mental hygiene.
Industry needs experts in scientific management, in mental hygiene, in cost accounting—in fields innumerable.
Not less difficult and not less connected with the mental hygiene is the alcohol problem.
In the first place, its purpose is mental hygiene rather than cure, and it is all the more valuable for that.
People are not likely to be spontaneously interested in the mental hygiene movement.
The articles under this heading put forward some of the elementary laws of mental hygiene.
You may consult your family physician, county medical society or mental hygiene society.
Since we are primarily interested in mental hygiene and not in winning a debate, it is well to leave the matter as it stands.