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    Yea I forgot about that thing about people in love all the time.. You know one weird Wild horses fact... My pupils are in a constant state of dilation it weird and people often comment on it... Looks like the ENFPness gets into your genes LOL
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    I have mood changes sometimes. But usually its my energy level that changes all the time. One second i'll be bouncing off the walls and the next second ready or a nap. Mostly i'm happy, but it can appear that my mood changed when I'm all bouncy and then suddenly laying down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Yea I forgot about that thing about people in love all the time.. You know one weird Wild horses fact... My pupils are in a constant state of dilation it weird and people often comment on it... Looks like the ENFPness gets into your genes LOL
    yes...it's weird right? i've heard you're so sparkly or glowy more then is probably normal too....which is what people say to people in love...isn't it??
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    Diet and exercise has a lot to do with it. Avoid sugary food because your blood sugar level will spike and you will crash. Try to stick to whole grains at small regular intervals throughout the day. Regular exercise also helps because causes the release of endorphins.

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    Thanks Lost I know I won't be able to stick to it but I will give anything a go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    Thanks Lost I know I won't be able to stick to it but I will give anything a go!
    That's not too difficult. Just fine yourself $10 for each infraction. You're behavior immediately. If the cake that is calling your name costs 16.99 instead of $6.99 it's much easier to go without. The trick to making it work is actually paying the fines. Make the fine painful. Donate to Sarah Palin's 2008 presidential run or smth like that.

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    ^^ try b12 or st. johns wort too
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    Yea st. John's wart sends me on a trip that I rarely return from unless I stop taking it LOL Will try b12 though esp seens as I am a vegetarian Prob quite low on the stuff cheers Erina!!
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    Don't know about b12. St John's wort was apparently just proven to be more or less useless.

    "Sam-e" is supposed to be good. You can get it cheap at costco. Also take Omega 3 fish oil. You need one with a high EPA/DHA ratio--meaning more EPA than DHA. I buy mine from lef.org. But you can get it at the vitamin shoppe.

    I take four 2000mg capsules daily based on this book by a Harvard Doc:

    Amazon.com: The Omega-3 Connection: The Groundbreaking Antidepression Diet and Brain Program: Andrew Stoll: Books

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    *nods in agreement with Lost*

    Proper diet and sufficient exercise helps keep bad moods away. I believe studies have shown a 30 minute brisk walk several times a week is helpful in maintaining serotonin levels. Low serotonin levels in your brains has been attributed to depression.

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