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Natural Ways to Improve your Mood

from Dr. Violetta Anninou, Ph.D.
Molecular Biologist with HONORS, University of Delaware, U.S.A.


Many times your mood may need support and a boost for the best version of yourself and that is absolutely normal. If you are in a bad mood there are plenty of things to do that can improve your well being and wellness naturally such as:

• Getting more sleep which can help you feel rested and refreshed.

• Exercising increases blood flow to your brain and heart, lowers stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline and increases endorphins, and serotonin the "happy hormones".

• Cultivating eudaimonic happiness, which is gained by doing things that provide meaning and give a sense of striving to be one’s best self.

• Connecting with others and laughing can relieve tension, energize you and can provide you with emotional support, social interaction, and a sense of belonging.

• Practicing gratitude such as keeping a gratitude journal can help you appreciate what you have and cultivate positive emotions.

• Listening to happy music lifts your spirits and energizes you.

• Decluttering and organizing your home and workspace reduces your stress and improves your focus.

• Eating nutritiously according to your needs plays a major role in maintaining and improving mood

These are just some ideas for natural mood boosters that are backed by scientific research. You can also try other activities that provide meaning and joy, such as volunteering, inspiring your creativity with art, music, writing or even looking at your photo albums.

One of the best activities to improve your mental health and mood is aerobic exercises such as jogging, swimming, cycling, walking, gardening, and dancing are examples proven scientifically to reduce anxiety, depression and negative moods improving self-esteem, cognitive function, sleep, endurance, stress relief, improvement in mood, increased energy, mental alertness, managing cholesterol, and weight as well as improved cardiovascular fitness.

Exercising improves blood circulation influencing the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis communication to several regions of the brain, including the limbic system, which controls motivation and mood; the amygdale associated with fear and anger in response to stress; and the hippocampus, which plays an important part in memory formation as well as in mood and motivation.

If trying the above examples does not help to address the low mood that persists this could indicate something more serious. Choosing Quantum Biofeedback therapy is always an excellent natural alternative to address the subconscious and the conscious in response to your stressors.

Quantum Biofeedback therapy is a natural method that can help you gain control over unconscious, involuntary processes in your body, such as your heart rate, breathing patterns, and muscle responses. It is often used for pain regulation, relaxation, brain wave training, sports enhancement and performance but you can also use it to help alleviate conditions, such as anxiety, insomnia, headaches, gastrointestinal issues and psychosomatic disorders.

Quantum Biofeedback therapy uses the latest most advanced revolutionary device called the QUEX ED which delivers corrective energies to help your body establish energetic balance for health and well-being. The QUEX ED can provide you with valuable information about various aspects of your health that stresses you such as allergies, hormones, toxins, digestion, and much more.

Quantum Biofeedback therapy is based on the principles of quantum physics, which state that all aspects of our lives operate according to the laws of energy and vibration. By harmonizing the subtle energies in your body, you can harmonize your physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.