When it comes to mood or self-esteem issues there is one thing that is probably the best thing you can do for yourself.
BE KIND TO OTHERS!
Try it. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. It will leave a positive footprint in the world and in your life.
It is important to recognize that our emotional health affects our physical health. The converse is also true. Our physical health has an effect on our emotional health. It is equally important that we care for our body as well as improving our ability to cope with life’s issues. What we eat and the amount of activity we engage in can either improve or diminish our ability to manage our mood. Blood sugar levels can affect feelings of anxiety or depression.
A healthy diet and physical activity have a positive impact on brain chemistry. Here are some suggestions:
1. Engage in moderate physical activity daily.
2. Eat a healthy diet consisting of all the food groups.
3. Eliminated simple carbohydrates from your diet (sugar, white rice and potatoes). Complex carbohydrates will keep your blood sugar more stable. Blood sugar impacts mood.
4. Eat small meals throughout the day.
5. Drink a lot of water.
If you look better you will feel better. The healthier you are the better your mood as well as your self-esteem.