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Turnaround a Bad Day

Turnaround a Bad Day

Sometimes, no matter what you do, it’s hard to avoid having a bad day. Bad days happen to every person, but knowing that other people are facing these kinds of days isn’t enough in itself. The only way to cope with situations and daily circumstances that take the wind out of your sails is a skill set, and it takes time to learn how to navigate the tough times. When you’re facing those days what should you do? Here is…

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Healing Mantras for Anxiety and Depression

Healing Mantras for Anxiety and Depression

What kinds of things do you tell yourself when you’re planning to take on a task? Have you ever found yourself feeling annoyed when people want you to visualize yourself in a better position to gain confidence? If you do, then you’re probably forgetting that you tell yourself little bits of positive or negative reinforcement all the time. What you think or say to yourself can have extreme effects on the outcome of a situation, or at the very least,…

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Get a Jump on Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Get a Jump on Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of disorder that typically occurs in the winter. It happens when the temperature and weather changes, going from bright and sunny weather to the dark, gloomy variety. In the fall, you might experience some mild SAD symptoms, but they tend to be worse in the winter. However, this means in the fall you can start working on natural remedies and hopefully prevent the symptoms from getting too bad before winter arrives. How…

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Alternative Treatment for Mood with Food

Alternative Treatment for Mood with Food

5 Mood-Boosting Foods When searching for information on how to keep depression at bay, you will come across many suggestions. These may range from getting enough sleep, meditation, and exercising, to striking a healthy balance in your professional, social and personal life. Everyone is different, and it’s important to get the opinion of a medical professional if you are struggling from depression. But one thing you can also try is to tweak what you eat. Studies have found that certain…

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Non Medical Treatment for Depression

Non Medical Treatment for Depression

Up until recently, there were four choices for persons with Depression. These were: 1. Do nothing, suffer and hope it’ll get better with time. This is the sad choice of many, and it doesn’t work. They most often get worse. 2. Put them on one of the huge advertised array of drugs, and then put them on other drugs hoping to solve the side effects as they show up. This is known as the drug “side effect chain”. (My ex-wife…

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5 Simple Ways to Treat Anxiety and Depression with Herbs

5 Simple Ways to Treat Anxiety and Depression with Herbs

Feeling a little anxious? Many of us, perhaps most, will admit to feeling anxious on a regular basis and often even depressed, perhaps due to pressures of work, home life, or any of a multitude of other causes. However, most of us are not clinically depressed or anxious, to the point where our lives and health are affected detrimentally. The minority who do find their lives blighted by these conditions can often be found to be suffering from one or…

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Depression and Fatigue

Depression and Fatigue

Depression is a common mental illness that has fatigue as one of its major symptoms. People may have fatigue related to depression that makes it difficult to participate in daily activities. Even patients who have been treated for depression may have ongoing fatigue. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, commonly used to treat depression, tend not to make you more fatigued but it doesn’t always lift the fatigue associated with this condition. One of the most difficult aspects of dealing with depression…

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