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When I was a young man, I was in and out of the hospital on a regular basis with serious asthma and lung problems.

It wasn’t fun. But eventually, I overcame those health issues.

And that started me on the path that I’m on today – teaching people alternatives to being hooked on Big Pharma medications for the rest of their lives.

(Note: Do not go off any meds without consulting with your doctor… I’m NOT a doctor.)

The reality that I’ve learned over the years, through that situation and others, is that life isn’t always easy.

And sometimes life is really, REALLY difficult…

Here’s the question: When you’re faced with really tough life circumstances, what do you do to make yourself feel better?

And the answers aren’t always obvious – especially when you’re feeling cruddy.

Today, though, I’m going to teach you one simple strategy that works in just 10 minutes (and I’ll tell you one thing to avoid if at all possible).

When many people want to feel better they turn to Lexapro or Prozac.

I don’t blame people for doing this.

We’re conditioned at this point by commercials and society to believe that if we’re depressed or feeling sad that we should take SSRIs – the class of drugs known as antidepressants.

I don’t advise this for several reasons.

SSRIs are addictive, with more and more people taking meds that were meant for short-term use over the course of years and sometimes decades.

They can also cause antibiotic resistance – which is bad news.

And, finally, they cause negative sexual side effects in most people.

That’s not a side effect I’m willing to put up with for ANY reason.

If you’re already on these treatments, then don’t go off of them without working with your doctor.

But if you aren’t on them I would avoid them if you can.

Here’s an alternative that works to lift mood almost instantly.

If you’re in a bad mood (or even depressed), there is an alternative that works to lift mood almost instantly – within 10 minutes in most cases.

In this study they had college students try three different methods for 10 minutes each for increasing their mood.

And here are the three different strategies they tested:

Strategy 1: Loving-kindness

“Loving-kindness: Looking at the people they see and thinking to themselves, ‘I wish for this person to be happy.’ Students were encouraged to really mean it as they were thinking it.”

Strategy 2: Interconnectedness

“Interconnectedness: Looking at the people they see and thinking about how they are connected to each other. It was suggested that students think about the hopes and feelings they may share or that they might take a similar class.”

Strategy 3: Downward social comparison

“Downward social comparison: Looking at the people they see and thinking about how they may be better off than each of the people they encountered.”

From these three strategies, loving-kindness won by a long shot.

When students meaningfully just thought loving and kind things about other people in their heads, they ended up feeling better themselves – a lot better than with the other two methods.

“The researchers compared each technique with the control group and found those who practiced loving-kindness or wished others well felt happier, more connected, caring, and empathetic, as well as less anxious.”

It was a remarkable mood lift for a 10-minute exercise.

It also happens to be a technique that’s been practiced by Buddhists for thousands of years…

It’s called loving-kindness meditation and it can be absolutely transformative.

When you wish for other people to be happy, even if you don’t say anything to them – it actually lifts your own mood.

I’m not saying this is a cure-all for a bad mood or for depression.

You’d probably need other tools in your toolkit to overcome clinical depression (bright white incandescent lights can help).

But this is one tool that is quick and easy to use and the results come so fast that you might as well give it a try.

It sure beats the addictive nature and sexual side effects of most depression medications.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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