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If you've ever gotten up on the wrong side of the bed, these tips will help calm your irritability and save those around you from your foul mood.
Step 1: Hit the gym
Hit the gym. Exercise releases the feel-good hormones called endorphins, which can turn a bad day around in no time.
Eating fish can also release endorphins and elevate your mood, thanks to Omega-3 fatty acids.
Step 2: Watch a favorite movie
Watch your favorite movie or listen to your favorite music.
Step 3: Complete a project
Complete a household, outdoor, or personal project to feel a sense of accomplishment.
Step 4: Avoid negative thoughts
Avoid thinking about all the bad stuff that happened in the past. Concentrate on the good things, and on the present.
Step 5: Talk to someone
Talk to a family member, friend, or even a professional, and tell them what's bothering you.
Step 6: Go to bed earlier
Go to bed a little earlier than usual. The sooner a bad day ends, the sooner a new day can begin.
Did You Know?
Between 1996 and 2005, the use of antidepressants nearly doubled in the United States.
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