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How to Feel Better -- Right Away
by C.S. Clarke, Ph.D.
Part 4 of 5


 

Listen to music. The right kind of music is an instant "feel-better" pill. If you're stressed, listen to soothing classical or new age pieces. If you're blue, listen to something upbeat and sassy. If you're angry at someone you love, listen to something sentimental that reminds you of the love and not the annoyance.

These suggestions have nothing to do with personal taste in music, but rather in what has been shown in both research and clinical study to work well psychologically. For example, it doesn't matter whether you usually like classical or new age music for it to calm your frazzled nerves. It just works.

 


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Oct-01-2016




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