Manage the blues instead of letting them manage you

Try: #as much as possible stick to a routine of self-care related to sleep medicine eating bathing and exercising if you can’t keep up all your routines do the ones that are most important to health and safety such as taking medications on schedule #go outside for fresh air being outside can lift a heavy mood #do something physical no matter what your level of physical ability is if you can’t take a walk do some raking from a chair or bat a balloon around with a friend #seek spiritual support ask for a visit from a clergy person or talk to a friend who can share a meaningful conversation #limit social activities to ones that are truly enjoyable feel free to avoid activities or people who are draining #listen to music you really enjoy or take a break from noise and turn off the television and radio for a while #give yourself something you don’t normally take time for such as a concert a meal at a restaurant or a trip to the library to browse books and music look for no-cost or low-cost treats such as free daytime concerts

Materials: Routine for daily or weekly activities fresh air exercise spiritual support social activities music gifts to self

Categories: Emotional Psychological, Medical Physical, Spiritual

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*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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