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Tips to help cheer up, please? - July 21st 2012, 07:52 AM

I'm wondering if you guys had any tips on how to boost my mood when I'm feeling a bit down.

The only thing that I do when I'm upset to raise my mood is drinking beverages that raise my mood, especially ones with caffeine it like soda.

Any help people? :3

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Re: Tips to help cheer up, please? - July 21st 2012, 03:25 PM

Do you mean emotionally down? Or physically?

If you mean emotionally, you should be careful with how much caffeine you drink considering it can keep your wired for awhile, causing disturbances in sleep or insomnia, which then causes you to lose sleep, which can affect your mood negatively!

Teas are also good, but try to get decaf teas.

As for things other than food, I suggest exercise as it releases serotonin - chemical that causes us to feel happy. Setting goals to achieve help to feel accomplished, which makes people happy (even just saying "I am going to get out of bed at 10am today, instead of 1pm). Simple short-term goals that you KNOW you can achieve, then upping the level of how hard they are to do and how hard it is to motivate yourself to do it.

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