Track Your Thoughts
- by writing them down. It’s a good way to express yur feelings,and it can help you figure out which thoughts make you feel worse.
- Relaxation is great for reducing stress
Go easy on alcohol and drugs
- If you’re using alcohol and drugs to cope, you could acctually make
your symptoms worse, both while you’re using them, and in the long run.
Eat well, keep active
- It can make a difference to your energy levels,
and helps stimulate hormones.
Take some time out to do things you usually enjoy each day.
- Try and make yourself do one thing you usually enjoy each day.
Learn something new
- Developing new skills and achieving things lifts your mood
Get back into nature
- It reduces stress and boosts your mood. Go for a walk outside.
Talk to someone you trust
- Talking to a family member or friend is a great oppurtunity for you
to express how are you’re feeling.
Join a support group
- It can be really helpful to talk to people who
have gone through similar experiences
Set small goals
- Don’t expect a ridiculous amount of yourself it could make you feel
down if you can’t meet your expectations.
Develop a healthy sleep routine
- Sleep has a huge effect on our physical and emotional health.
Exercise regularly and maintain a balanced diet
- Start small and work towards having an exercise routine and balanced
diet set in place
How To Harness Your Thoughts To Get The Life You Want
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