Sick days – How you can feel better

Hello Readers,

This post is about those not-so good days when we fall ill and start to feel low.
The reason I am writing this post is I am kinda gong through this phase currently and know the feel. I am a very lively and super hyperactive person who always have to do something or the other. This is the reason along with my full time job and taking care of a 3 year old, I manage to take some time out and do what I like the most – expressing my thoughts and which place could have been better than my very own blog, where I am already getting lot of love from lovely readers like you all.
I try to remain positive in most difficult times also and very consciously try to convince myself “all is well” 😀 . I’ll share with you all, how I try to feel better even in tough times – sick days or other challenging phases.

Trick your brain – The moment you run into difficult phase like having some major health issues etc. , first thing that happens is you start feeling low which is very obvious but you need to tell yourself, it’s temporary and you’ll get over it soon. I won’t say that you’ll start feeling well immediately because yes, you are ailing and it would take time before you get over it BUT tricking your brain would surely boost your morale.

Divert yourself – When you’re down with health issues, look for the ways to divert yourself and do what you like doing the most – reading a book,watching your favorite movie or possibly anything you love. When I was down with cold, fever n severe body ache, I was capturing snaps for my product reviews 😛

Take a break – We all have some professional commitments and I know many of us (at least I do so) keep pushing ourselves so our jobs/tasks aren’t affected much but let me tell you if you don’t give your body the break it deserves, it’ll force you do so and the day it chooses might not be the one you would like.

Hang on there – Ok, so the statement I am gonna write, might sound philosophical to you but trust me it’s not a copied one from some book or movie but I have experienced it always. “The moment you are at peak of your issues, your better time starts right from there”. Trust me, it happens, whenever I feel I am going through the worst and I can’t bear it anymore, it starts improving.

You are always tougher than you thought you were ! Whenever I feel ridiculed by my health or issues, I just put my lipstick on , look myself in the mirror and tell myself – you are unstoppable 😉

Hope you liked this post, how do you get over your difficult days? Please share your thoughts in Comments section.
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Stay healthy and beautiful !

Love Love
-Neha

2 thoughts on “Sick days – How you can feel better

  1. Detailed write-up, Kudos for that first.
    Like to point out one small detail in your article.

    All these, tricking brain, diverting ourselves, taking a break and hanging on, works well when we’re low mentally. It might for sure do wonders too. No denying.
    But i dont think this works when we’re physically low (feeling sick) as mentioned.
    Your mind and body needs nothing but rest and medication (if any). Troubling your brain too much when you’re already sick would make your brain go more crazy 🙂

    Just my thoughts. Pardon my ignorance if it doesn’t make any sense.

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    1. Agree with you, Jay.The idea behind it was that because of physical illness, we tend to feel low mentally too and keeping the morale high plays a big role in recovering faster. Yes the medicines are very basics that we all do take but these pointers might not be prescribed by ny doctors.. So thought of sharing.. Based on pure personal experience 😊

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