How do I feel better when I’m sad?
What are some way I can feel better when I feel unhappy?
- Anonymous5 months agoFavorite Answer
Don’t talk to yourself in negative ways and count your blessings.
- Vanvikki3Lv 45 months ago
Eat chinese and drink pepsi. Watch a good movie "You got mail".
- THE BANNIBAL ONELv 75 months ago
Get some hobbies.
When ever you feel sad do them.
It will make you forget it.
- DukeFan69Lv 45 months ago
take a moment to look at the beauty of creation and talk to our Creator in prayer. Throw your burden on Him.
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- 5 months ago
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- Mars MissionLv 75 months ago
Perhaps you feel truer to your nature
By looking sad when you feel sad
Thanks for being honest with yourself.
Very Best Wishes
Source:) Refreshingly honest.
- 5 months ago
Think of people who you can help.
- Andy CLv 75 months ago
Realize that moods are serial (temporary) and hope that the next one will be happy.
Make a cup of tea.
Try to make a joke or see the humor in whatever situation that has you down.
Eat a diet high in tryptophan and not just phenylalanine and tyrosine AKA more fish and poultry (eggs too) and less corn-fed beef/pork.
99% of your body's serotonin is in your gut and blood, but NONE can pass the brain/blood barrier, so all brain serotonin must be made by the brain, and tryptophan is the building blocks of serotonin.
The same chemical 'bus' transports both tryptophan and phenylalanine THROUGH the barrier.
If more 'busses' are filled with phenylalanine, fewer are available for tryptophan to make its way to the brain.
Phenylalanine and tyrosine are used to make dopamine and a dopamine imbalance leads to addiction and depression.Source(s): "The Hacking of the American Mind" by Dr. Robert Lustig, M.D.
- NunyaLv 55 months ago
Taking a cold shower is proven to shock your brain into being awake. It also promotes chemicals that make feel in a better mood all day.
Doing exercise releases Seratonin. It is a chemical your body makes that makes you feel happy. You could go for a swim, a walk, a run, ride a bike.
Try to make yourself cry. Sometimes you have a lot of emotional baggage that is built up in there. It is affecting your mood all day. The next time you feel like crying go for it. You get it all out and you will feel calmer after.
Take "Magnesium" daily. I remember reading that over 60% of all adults suffer from Magnesium deficiency. Not only does Magnesium help keep your brain and muscles healthy, but it also helps promote more positive nutrients for your brain. It will help you feel less depressed. Great for people suffering from depression.
Singing and listening to music also helps reduce stress and gives you a better mood.
- KidddasLv 75 months ago
talk to someone who cares about u.
u can stay at ur close friend's house
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 75 months ago
I find two things help. One is exercise. Go for a long walk, or better yet, a bike ride. The other is a 'change of scenery', like going somewhere you've never been, or at least not in a while.
What I do sometimes is an 'urban hike'. Ride my motorcycle to The City, go for a 2-mile (or so) walk on a business street, looking at windows, at people, etc.