Simple lifestyle changes can make a a big difference to mood, for example, eating foods that support healthy neurotransmitters (the chemical messengers that transmit messages between brain cells). Integrative health professionals may recommend dietary and/or supplemental nutrients to improve mood.
Exercise is another natural Mood Enhancers Australia. It doesn’t need to be strenuous or take a long time – studies suggest that just walking for a minute or two can boost the mind and body.
If you feel low If you feel low, it may be beneficial to seek professional assistance by a trained counsellor or mental health professional. Numerous services are available to offer online or telephone counseling and referral. Click on the Mindframe mental resources link at the bottom of the page for more details.
Patients who experience bouts of depression or anxiety, or experience recurrent mood swings may get help from medications to stabilize moods. This can be discussed with your medical practitioner since everyone reacts differently to medication and some might experience adverse reactions.
Exercise is an excellent way to help your feelings. It doesn’t need to be strenuous or consume a lot of time and even a short walk in nature can be rejuvenating and help us think more easily. Australia’s guidelines for physical and sedentary suggest that adults should set a goal of 2.5-5 hour of moderate physical exercise (such as a quick stroll) and 1.25-5 hour of vigorous physical activity every week.
Suicide is a devastating personal tragedy that can have a profound impact on friends, family and communities. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please see the services listed in the section on resources at the bottom of this page to get support