Bad Mood For No Reason

Sometimes everything is just weird. You don't really know what it is, but for some reason life suddenly feels incredibly tedious, exhaus...

Sometimes everything is just weird. You don't really know what it is, but for some reason life suddenly feels incredibly tedious, exhausting and unsatisfying. Everyday life is annoying, fellow human beings too and your own thoughts become pure torture. You slip deeper and deeper into a vicious circle of self-doubt and a bad mood that seems to call your whole life into question. Especially in the wintertime, when you leave the house before sunrise and return home in the evening, in the dark, the chance of falling into an uncomfortable lethargy is particularly high. You feel overwhelmed by all the supposed problems, which aren't any worse than usual when viewed objectively, but subjectively we just don't have the energy to do something about the overwhelming situation.

Everyone knows that happiness and a good mood don't last forever. Nevertheless, it is incredibly difficult for us to accept a bad day as such and to accept that sometimes the worm is in there. There are many reasons why we are in a bad mood and it is often not in our hands to change the external circumstances that caused us all the trouble. Most of the time, however, the causes are quite banal. Ridiculously simple, but out of frustration we are unable to look at the situation objectively and identify the triggers. Winter Depression, brought on by less daylight and reduced exercise, is the perfect example of how small changes can have a big impact on our emotional well-being. Fortunately, the tables can also be turned! Small adjustments on their part can have incredible positive effects and save you from wasting weeks and months of your life with sagging corners of your mouth. The next time you notice that your good mood is going down the drain, it's worth asking yourself the following 5 points as soon as possible to get rid of the main causes of bad moods:

When was the last time I ate?

An empty stomach and low blood sugar levels make us feel powerless, tired and exhausted. Today we become emotionally thin, we quickly feel overwhelmed and even small things that would not bother us under normal circumstances bring us to the limits of our resilience. If the stomach is full and the blood sugar level is stable, the world looks much friendlier again. Diets in general and “low carb” in particular are therefore often associated with poor mood.

When was the last time I slept?

The importance of sufficient sleep for general performance is repeatedly underestimated. Only a very small percentage of the population can actually make ends meet in 6 hours or less without sacrificing their vitality and mood. Just because you're used to sleeping little doesn't automatically mean that little is enough. The goal should be seven to eight hours of sleep a day in order to be more efficient overall and more resistant to bad moods.

When was the last time I was outside?

Above all, exercise in the open air can brighten up our mood in no time without having to lace up our running shoes. Our circulation and metabolism are already boosted during a relaxed walk and the brain is thus supplied with more oxygen. Fatigue dissipates and exercise is also a stress-relief valve that improves our mood and helps to vent mentally and emotionally." In the cold season in particular, we tend to go outside less, even though we would benefit most from it then. Sunlight becomes a precious resource as the days get shorter. So try to get as much of it as you can while you can. For those who have absolutely no time for exercise in the open air, a daylight lamp is recommended. The special fluorescent tubes have an immense radiance that imitates natural light very authentically. This not only keeps you awake, but also makes a valuable contribution to better mental and emotional health, especially in the winter months.

When was the last time I was among people?

Each of us is a social being, whether we like it or not. This applies both to introverts who prefer to withdraw to relax and also like to be alone, as well as to extroverts who find happiness in contact with other people. We are evolutionarily shaped to seek the closeness of others and find it difficult to be truly happy in the long term if we live isolated and sealed off from the outside world. Loneliness is a major cause of depression and can even make us seriously ill physically. Therefore, treat yourself to the company of other people again and again, especially if you don't really feel like it.


Sounds banal, but the antidote is just as simple as the reasons for our bad mood. Our favorite song, crank it up and dance uninhibitedly through the apartment, works wonders! Music is like magic and if it doesn't cheer us up then at least it can help us let go of the negative feelings and cleans and stuff from the inside. A catalyst that accelerates the processing and letting go of feelings, gives us new courage and leaves us strengthened and happy in the end.

Little tricks with a big effect

Before the bad mood takes over and ends in a vicious circle, it is worth stopping, taking a break and going through the five points mentioned step by step. You may then realize that there is no problem and that you were really just tired, hungry or lonely. Otherwise, you now at least have more strength and energy to deal with the cause of the problem. If you work on a solution with a clear mind, you will often notice that most problems will solve themselves anyway.



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