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When feeling low, what can you do to help yourself feel better, if not using medications?
4 doctors weighed in

Dr. Miroslava Fox
Clinical Psychology
3 doctors agree
In brief: See below
Look at the positive aspects of your environment.
; create a positive summary of your day --best things that happen to you during the day; good sleep hygiene. Relaxation, self-care, positive affirmation. You might want to consider seeing a counselor to help guiding you through the process.

In brief: See below
Look at the positive aspects of your environment.
; create a positive summary of your day --best things that happen to you during the day; good sleep hygiene. Relaxation, self-care, positive affirmation. You might want to consider seeing a counselor to help guiding you through the process.
Dr. Miroslava Fox
Dr. Miroslava Fox
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: A few ideas
Hopefully you are working with a therapist to discover and deal with the roots of your "low" feeling.
In the meantime, some simple ideas which may or may not appeal to you: it can help to have a pet, or interact with puppies & kittens. The play is stimulating, and the movement is physically good for you. Pets need care and affection, and giving it feels good. They respond to your touch. Nice.

In brief: A few ideas
Hopefully you are working with a therapist to discover and deal with the roots of your "low" feeling.
In the meantime, some simple ideas which may or may not appeal to you: it can help to have a pet, or interact with puppies & kittens. The play is stimulating, and the movement is physically good for you. Pets need care and affection, and giving it feels good. They respond to your touch. Nice.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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