Kitt is right, find something to distract yourself from your mood. This can be done. Even if you do quiet things like meditation or yoga. I think we all have the power of the mind, we just don't know it. Or how to use it. Not saying that is all it takes, it isn't. There is medications, and counseling. Allow yourself to feel sad. That is normal at times. If you do go to bed, don't beat yourself up over it. But try to get out for a walk the next day. Even if it is just for a few minutes, it will make you feel better. You might want to consider taking some vitamin D3. It puts you into a better mood by giving you what the sun would give you. It really helps me. You might want your doc to do blood work to see if you are low first. Another good thing about
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Best wishes, I hope that you feel better soon.
Moderator-Depression and fibromyalgia
fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies