Watch what goes into your mouth - Do you consume healthy meals and drinks? Do you eat on time? The substance we acquire from drinks and food can affect the balance of elements in our mind. For one, drinking too much alcohol can alter a person's behaviour, emotions and judgment. Food that is rich with fats and sugar are also believed to affect a person's depression or happiness level.
Make your body sweat - Apart from keeping your body in top shape, exercising improves your mood. This is made possible by the release of endorphins during exercise. Endorphins will help you battle against depression and shew away negative thoughts in your mind.
Give creativity a chance - We humans are born to create. You may not be as artistic as the others. But you can definitely create something beautiful or useful. Getting a hobby that matches your skills is also helpful. Playing musical instruments and horseback riding, for example, are recommended by psychiatrists to patients experiencing psychological turmoil.
Spend time with others - We tend to clam up when experiencing heartaches or problems. This could be a healthy thing to do for a day or for a week. If it lasts longer than that, you must force yourself to share your thoughts with someone. Many mental problems have rooted from communication problems. Talking with a friend or a family member can ease up the burden you're carrying. It can also give you a new perspective about your situation and your life.