Bad Moods Affect Your Productivity

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Bad Moods Can Be Costly

What Causes Bad Moods

Everyone knows that when you are in a bad mood, it’s wise to just keep your distance and interact as little as possible. Now, while that may prove effective, you also have to consider that there can be an associated cost to the bad mood as well. While you are avoiding people, you are also impacting normal communications as well. Lack of communication is seldom going to occur without there being a reflective cost just through errors and inefficiencies. It’s enough of a concern that we should have a look at the major causes of bad moods.

1. Being Promoted  – Most people would think that the reverse would be true, but studies have shown that the Bad Moodsincreased workload and stress more than offset any benefits that a promotion can provide.

2. The Surrounding Décor – Colors can impact how we feel far beyond the old standbys of red creates anger and blues will bring calm and tranquil thoughts.  Serene landscape pictures also cause soothing and uplifting moods.

3. Late Nights – Not getting enough sleep is a sure way to bring yourself down. Studies have shown that the incidence of depression is dramatically increased among those who don’t get a good night’s sleep.

4. Leaving the light on at night while you sleep. Your body produces Melatonin which is a mood regulating hormone only produced in darkness. Keep your bedside lamp off and wake up a happier person.

5. Nutrient Deficiency – if you don’t get enough Vitamin D , The B vitamins and Omega 3 fatty acid, you can expect feelings of depression and anxiety. Begin by introducing foods rich in those vitamins. Also consider taking a well balanced, good quality multi vitamin to make sure you’re getting all the nutrients you need.

Other factors to consider are smoking, intolerances to certain foods, your friends, the pill and sunlight for a very small group of people who have summertime SAD.  Any one of these, or a combination thereof, can be enough to send your productivity packing  and leaving you in a serious state of anxiety and depression. And it isn’t any secret that depressed individuals produce significantly lower values of goods and services.

What is causing your bad moods?

Till Next Time….

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2 Responses to “Bad Moods Affect Your Productivity”

  1. Dagmar Wichary Says:

    I agree with all the above, but pain and worries sends some people in deep depression also

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    sigrid Reply:

    Yes it does Dagmar. Sometimes it’s like a never ending spiral…

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