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      Well I just wanted to let you know things that I’ve been observing and doing for the past year that has helped me so much with bipolar, depression, anxiety. Seriously, I can’t even sleep for days without my heavy loads of medication, but these ways of doing things really helps with all of this. At first I thought it wouldn’t help then, I just tried and found it really helped. Here are some things that naturally helps that you can do on your own. First of all never call your self sick or label yourself. You must accept yourself also. Just treat yourself for your symptoms, like a cold in a way. Notice your symptoms, like when you notice a cough, treat it, but don’t obsess over it, and you’ll notice improvement the best. Remember things can always be worse so make the most of what you can as you try to improve your situation. To feel better you have to want it and believe you’ll be okay, and once you believe it and want it, you’ll start asking people questions and be interested on your own on how to be stable. You’ll also feel a relief that you will find help soon enough. All the help you need is within yourself and other places out there. The body works by chemical reactions and foods are chemicals consumed to help the body carry on things that the body needs to do. So it’s important to get all nutrients needed. Take half a multi-vitamin a day, try taking vitamin b-stress complex daily, and take omega 3-6-9 supplements which is proven to help with nourishing the brain. Take it for a few weeks and you’ll notice the difference. Also, mood problems can occur from hormonal imbalances, like low thyroid levels. It is also very important to get sunlight daily which helps boost the mood. Exercise helps boost the mood and and take care of excess energy. It helps with better sleep at night. Make sure you sleep and wake up at a regular schedule. Sleep is very important to help the mind heal and to be in a good mood. Get 8hrs of sleep each night. No more than ten because too much sleep can make you feel groggy. Another thing is try to change any negative or stressful thought you have to an optimistic one. Even if it doesn’t feel like you believe it, tell yourself you believe it. I once was told everything is love, atleast some sort of love, and everything else is your own perception. Jealousy, hate anger, resentment takes away calmness from people, and a sense of peace in ones’ mind is important. it’s also important to have a general love for humanity. Also stay away from stimulating things, no hair spray, markers, chocolate, tea, coffee, horror flicks. Anything that causes that high or rushed feeling causes stress on the body. Here are some great websites for anxiety and bipolar:http://www. helpguide. org/mental/anxiety_self_help. htmhttp://www. selftherapy. org/?gclid=CPnvtsDKrpwCFRxNagodJj2Sjwhttp://anxieties. com/free. phphttp://www. anxietynetwork. com/helphome. htmlhttp://blogs. psychcentral. com/bipolar/2008/12/10-bipolar-disorder-self-help-tips/Hope this helps you guys, message me if you have any questions or wanna talkI’m diagnosed with bipolar from three different doctors. This information works for anyone

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          Tennis vs. badminton?

          Hey everyone. I’ve got the following problem. I am a big tennis enthusiast. I play quite well and among my tennis friends I have lots of respect for that. I am basically the best of them I think and I am really proud of that. Two weeks ago my friends discovered the magic of badminton and they took us play with them. It was really fun for me and my girlfriend who is not a big fan of sports loved it too. I think it was a great exercise and aerobic traiining for me, no doubt about that. So we went again twice last week. BUT, then the past weekend I called my tennis buddies and we went to play tennis. I got on court and for the first 10 minutes I was almost unable to hot a ball. That’s how much badminton screwed up my tennis. All that after just 2-3 times of playing badminton in between my tennis sessions. All day on the tennis court was a hell for me, nothing went my way. I blame it all on badminton. Totally different movements and weights of gear (rackets, shuttlecocks vs balls, court size). Today, we went playing badminton again, I had to take my girl there again, as she loves it. This time I sucked on badminton court, kept missing those strokes, rimming them all the time, I was totally ticked off!Anybody has a similar experience and what would be your advice, how to prevent these to sport from colliding in my sports plans, thanks!

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