Sometimes the sadness is killing

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LoganE
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby LoganE » Sun Jun 19, 2016 4:54 pm

WHen you feel sad, Cry. Some studies suggest that crying may have a relaxing effect on the body by releasing endorphins, a natural “feel-good” chemical in your body. Crying may also activate your parasympathetic nervous system, which helps your body recover from stress and trauma.
Several studies suggest that crying is a useful coping mechanism because it communicates pain to others. It may also encourage others to show support.One study suggested that whether you feel better after crying is linked to how your culture views crying. If your culture (or even your family) views crying as something shameful, you may not feel better after crying.Don’t make yourself cry if you don’t feel like it. While popular wisdom holds that not crying after a sadness-provoking incident is unhealthy, this is not the case. Crying because you feel obligated to may actually keep you from recovering.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby Shannon » Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:56 pm

Distract yourself. Studies have shown that rumination, or the process of going over and over your feelings of sadness, hinders recovery. Distracting yourself from ruminating on your sadness may help you overcome it. Practice mindfulness-Mindfulness is based on acknowledging your experiences and accepting them without judging them or yourself. Research has shown that practicing mindfulness can actually change how your brain responds to sadness. It can also help you recover from sadness faster. There are lots of reasons for sadness but we should fight them .
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby Sheldon » Sun Jun 19, 2016 7:45 pm

Try meditation. A common mindfulness technique is mindfulness meditation. Several studies have shown that mindfulness meditation can reduce your brain’s responses to negative emotional stimuli.Mindfulness meditation can also alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety.A basic mindfulness meditation takes about 15 minutes. Find a quiet, comfortable place. Sit, either in a chair or on the floor with your legs crossed. Loosen tight clothing and make yourself comfortable.Choose one aspect of your breathing to focus on. This could be the rise and fall of your chest as you breathe, or the sensation of air going through your nostrils.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby MARK » Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:20 am

Sometimes people feel sadness because they were abused by somebody. We need learn to forgive people around us. Holding grudges and thinking about yourself in a negative light can exacerbate feelings of sadness. Being able to forgive and let go may allow you to begin to feel happy. The act of forgiveness will remove negative attitudes and create space for positive attitudes. It will also decrease stress, which can make feelings of sadness worse, and increase peace and calm in your life. We should looking for possitive emotions in our life and stay positive and happy in all our life situAtions.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby JerryLee » Thu Jun 23, 2016 11:25 am

If you want to get rid of sadness, I guess you'll need to exercise. Several studies have shown that exercise releases endorphins and other chemicals that can help fight sadness. One study showed that participants who did moderate exercise over a 10-week period felt more energetic, positive, and calm than those who did not. In addition, the benefits of exercise were greater for people experiencing depressed mood.
Exercise will also give you a time to focus on one specific goal. This may help distract you from focusing on your sadness.
You don’t have to run a marathon or be a gym rat to see the benefits of exercise. Even light activities such as gardening and walking show a positive effect.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby MORAN » Thu Jun 23, 2016 4:30 pm

Everybody at least one time in life feel sad, but did not want to show it. If you are trying not to show your sadness for whatever reason, try putting on a mask , such as looking calm or mildly engaged, even when you're not. It might actually help to make you feel better and won't draw attention to you when you don't want it. Stay neutral and try not to let your sadness seep through. If you are feeling really sad and you're on the verge of tears, try to excuse yourself from a large crowd of people, such as going to the bathroom or finding a silent place without many people. Your emotions might overwhelm you and it's best just to take deep breaths.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby Natan Scot » Thu Jun 30, 2016 8:06 am

Smile. Several studies have shown that smiling, even when you are sad, can help you feel better.Duchenne smiles, or smiles that engage your eye muscles as well as those near your mouth, have the strongest positive effect on your mood. So if you are feeling sad, try to smile. Even if you don’t feel like it at first, it may help you feel more positive. Research has also showed the opposite: people who frown when they feel unhappy are likely to feel more unhappy than those who do not (or cannot) frown.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby Milky » Mon Jul 04, 2016 3:50 pm

Everyone experiences sadness at some point or other in their lives. Duchenne smiles, or smiles that engage your eye muscles as well as those near your mouth, have the strongest positive effect on your mood. So if you are feeling sad, try to smile. Even if you do not feel like it at first, it may help you feel more positive. You can listen music to feel more happier. Listening to music can help soothe and relax you. Why you choose to listen to music is as important as what you listen to. You can take a shover and relax in your home. You can go to the gym or take some rest with your family or relatives. This make you fell better.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby Stephan » Wed Jul 06, 2016 6:12 pm

If you want to overcome sadness, then don't hide it, burst it out) Some studies suggest that crying may have a relaxing effect on the body by releasing endorphins, a natural “feel-good” chemical in your body. Crying may also activate your parasympathetic nervous system, which helps your body recover from stress and trauma.
Several studies suggest that crying is a useful coping mechanism because it communicates pain to others. It may also encourage others to show support.One study suggested that whether you feel better after crying is linked to how your culture views crying. If your culture (or even your family) views crying as something shameful, you may not feel better after crying.Don’t make yourself cry if you don’t feel like it.
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Re: Sometimes the sadness is killing

Postby Moppy » Thu Jul 07, 2016 8:25 am

You need derect your attention on something positive. Music calms the mind. If you listen to sad music, you will eventually pay more attention to the lyrics and try to compare them with your life. Stop comparing and start listening to soothing music. If you're a musician, you could try playing songs that you like. Sometimes playing sad songs can be a way of expressing your feelings which will overcome your sadness, like how I did. Get enough sleep and eat right as well as drinking enough water. It is frustrating to be sick or in a mess while you're sad. Do some exercise or meditate and relax.

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