No Negativity: 5 Ways To Fight Bad Vibes

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No Negativity: 5 Ways To Fight Bad Vibes In our fast-paced and social media-obsessed world, a lot of people feel the pressure to hide their negative emotions. It’s easy to fake good vibes and happiness, but how many of you reading this can honestly say that you are not feeling tired on a daily basis?


It sucks when you have negative emotions weighing you down. Work stress, relationship problems, and other troubles can affect your entire system. Sometimes, bad energy manifests itself through physical symptoms like headaches and sleeping troubles. Those who try to ignore the root of the problem might also experience anxiety and depression.


Negative emotions are inevitable, but you have to learn how to deal with them in a healthy way. This means acknowledging them and trying to get them under control.


We know that calming yourself down is a lot more difficult than it sounds. Here we share some simple but effective techniques that can help you feel better when it feels like the entire world is against you.




  • Acknowledge The Emotion And Determine The Root
  • While it may seem like a good idea to just shove your negative emotions under the rug, it might have long-term effects that could lead to a bigger problem in the future. Don’t fight the negative emotions and dark feelings. Acknowledge what’s wrong and try to determine the root.


    What’s really worrying you? Why are you feeling the way you do? When you are feeling a negative emotion, it usually comes with a message. Try to determine the message and address it if you can. You don’t need to solve it, you just need to recognize that there is indeed something wrong.


  • Run And Exercise
  • Exercise is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to lift your mood. If you have the energy, go ahead and put on those rubber shoes and go for a quick run outside. You don’t even have to push your body to the limits. You just have to get moving to clear your mind and lift your mood. Exercise produces happy hormones which significantly helps improve your mood.


    It’s a good idea to make exercise a regular part of your routine. Try to aim for at least thirty minutes in the morning. This will help you stay calm all throughout the day.


  • Meditate
  • Mindfulness and spending time to meditate is an effective habit that can help you deal with negative emotions. It’s a healthy way to analyze your current situation and what you’re going through. Take time to step away from the situation, breathe and acknowledge your feelings.


    Meditation is a great way to connect with your problem or negative emotion while still staying in a safe place. Meditation isn’t always easy but like all things, it gets easier with practice. Whenever you are feeling something negative, resist the urge to run or escape. Face it and be stronger in the long run.


  • Write Down Your Thoughts
  • Writing down your negative thoughts is a great way to deal with negative emotions. Go old school and keep a journal where you can write your thoughts. Writing down thoughts -ideally with an actual pen and paper-  allows you to gain insight into your current life situation. Plus, this will help you analyze your own patterns of behavior and feelings.


    To add something positive, try to add a paragraph or a list of things that you are grateful for. Focusing on the positive things happening in your life will help you feel better.


  • Enjoy Quality “Me Time”
  • All the things that you’re trying to do and  accomplish are probably contributing to your stress and negative emotions. If you’re always running around and completing one task after another, maybe it’s time to take a rest and pamper yourself.


    A good way to relax is to enjoy a nice Epsom salt bath. Spending an hour in the tub can do wonders. It will allow you to just sit back, relax and forget the bad things that are bothering you.


    Epsom salt can help raise your Magnesium levels, which can help you feel more relaxed. Plus, our Epsom salt baths are enhanced with essential oils, which can also contribute to lifting your mood.

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