The Desire to Sleep A Lot May Reveal Feelings of Loneliness, Anxiousness, and/or Depression

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We have all had those days where we want nothing more than to lay in bed all day and attempt to sleep our troubles away. I personally struggle with depression, anxiety and loneliness. Some days are better than others, some days I am happy and content, and others I have to force myself out of bed. And some days I just want to sleep. A lot. But what does the desire to sleep a lot mean? And what does this desire have to do with feelings of loneliness, anxiousness and/or depression?

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People Who Skip Breakfast Are More Prone to Feelings of Unhappiness, Anger and Depression

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As cliché as it sounds, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Why is this saying so popular? Breakfast is important for overall health – both mental and physical. Studies show that people who start the day by having a solid breakfast have better mood than those who eat nothing. The Food and Mood Project, for example, showed that 55 percent of the participants found eating breakfast a helpful strategy. But why exactly is having breakfast so beneficial?

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Taking Photos Increase Your Appreciation for Life

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I forgotten exactly where I came across this possible finding, so I tried looking on the search engine again. What I found is this: Happiness Promotion: Using Mindful Photography to Increase Positive Emotion and Appreciation. It’s not an actual study but it proposes the idea that taking photography can help you become happier if you combine that with mindfulness and positive thoughts.

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THE FACT THAT THE AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY TOLD AMERICAN SCHOOL SYSTEMS THAT TEENS SHOULD NOT BE UP BEFORE 8:30 AND ONLY 15% OF SCHOOLS LISTENED ANGERS ME SO MUCH

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