There is a new strategy that was discovered to improve mood for the ”depress”, it is easier and costs nothing. This is easy just the recollection of positive day-to-day experiences. This can work for those who are not suffering from depression as well. I’m sure this will change anyone’s mood.
Researchers suggest that recalling actual, detailed memories that are positive or self-affirming can help to improve the mood of people with a history of depression.
Sad to say, for people who suffer from depression, this kind of vivid memory for everyday events seems crippled by the victims.
In the new study, Tim Dalgleish, Ph.D., of the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and colleagues hypothesized that a well-known method used to enhance memory — known as the “method-of-loci” strategy — might help depressed patients to recall positive memories with greater ease.
The method-of-loci strategy consists of connecting vivid memories with physical objects or locations. An example of which are buildings you see on your commute to work every day. To bring to mindall the memories, you just have to imagine going through your commute.