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    Default Is excersize the solution to all of my problems?

    Even the innattentiveness, sadness, and the feeling of fatigue all the time?
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    wouldn't hurt to try
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    The body releases endorphins during exercise (produced by the central nervous system and pituitary gland), which promotes a feeling of happiness and well-being! :)

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    Exercise can't hurt but I'd also try to eat healthy (no fried foods or processed carbs) and drink lots of water. Try that for a month and see what happens. Report back if conditions have not improved. It's entirely possible that you might be stuck in a toxic environment with unpleasant people, in which case I'd advise you to move ---- to Hawaii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Exercise can't hurt but I'd also try to eat healthy (no fried foods or processed carbs) and drink lots of water. Try that for a month and see what happens. Report back if conditions have not improved. It's entirely possible that you might be stuck in a toxic environment with unpleasant people, in which case I'd advise you to move ---- to Hawaii.
    My scholarship is good, but it creates something of a ball and chain mobility-wise as there is an attendance requirement. I'm going to try for an extra scholarship this summer to help with living expenses. I will try the water-deal. That part sounds easy. The fried foods part sounds a little more difficult. Are homemade sandwiches good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Exercise can't hurt but I'd also try to eat healthy (no fried foods or processed carbs) and drink lots of water. Try that for a month and see what happens. Report back if conditions have not improved. It's entirely possible that you might be stuck in a toxic environment with unpleasant people, in which case I'd advise you to move ---- to Hawaii.
    My scholarship is good, but it creates something of a ball and chain mobility-wise as there is an attendance requirement. I'm going to try for an extra scholarship this summer to help with living expenses. I will try the water-deal. That part sounds easy. The fried foods part sounds a little more difficult. Are homemade sandwiches good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicQwan
    Are homemade sandwiches good?
    The bread part isn't good. Turkey does contain tryptophan which improves depression, so you may want to try a turkey salad instead.

    Something interesting I just found:

    Understanding nutrition, depression and mental illnesses

    When we take a close look at the diet of depressed people, an interesting observation is that their nutrition is far from adequate. They make poor food choices and selecting foods that might actually contribute to depression. Recent evidence suggests a link between low levels of serotonin and suicide.[5] It is implicated that lower levels of this neurotransmitter can, in part, lead to an overall insensitivity to future consequences, triggering risky, impulsive and aggressive behaviors which may culminate in suicide, the ultimate act of inwardly directed impulsive aggression.
    Deficiencies in neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine, noradrenaline, and γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) are often associated with depression.[6–11] As reported in several studies, the amino acids tryptophan, tyrosine, phenylalanine, and methionine are often helpful in treating many mood disorders including depression.[12–17] When consumed alone on an empty stomach, tryptophan, a precursor of serotonin, is usually converted to serotonin. Hence, tryptophan can induce sleep and tranquility. This implies restoring serotonin levels lead to diminished depression precipitated by serotonin deficiencies.
    This article has a whole bunch of tips on which nutritional supplements help with depression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    The bread part isn't good. Turkey does contain tryptophan which improves depression, so you may want to try a turkey salad instead.

    Something interesting I just found:

    Understanding nutrition, depression and mental illnesses





    This article has a whole bunch of tips on which nutritional supplements help with depression.
    I enjoy salad, but interestingly enough, I never feel full very long unless it is a huge salad.
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    Also, how often should I excersize and what would be the best workouts as far as getting results after only a short duration each time? I rarely have much free time, and when I do, I am either studying or in public.
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    Get a nutribullet/nutri ninja vitamin extractor to make banana/blueberry smoothies. I also add carrot juice to mine. They are delicious, easy to make, and good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Get a nutribullet/nutri ninja vitamin extractor to make banana/blueberry smoothies. I also add carrot juice to mine. They are delicious, easy to make, and good for you.
    Sounds yummy!
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