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Elite Daily – How To Change Loneliness To Solitude, Because Sometimes It’s All A Matter Of Perspective

Dr. Danielle Forshee, Psy.D., teaches Elite Daily readers how to change loneliness to solitude

A vital part of taking care of your emotional self is maintaining your physical self, too. That’s right, friends: Getting physically active can stimulate all the good feels (hey there, endorphins), and according to Dr. Danielle Forshee, Psy.D., a doctor of psychology and licensed clinical social worker, working up a sweat will also encourage serotonin production in your body, aka those super helpful neurotransmitters that control all things related to your moods. “When you’re alone,” Forshee tells Elite Daily, “it is important to engage in some physical activity to increase serotonin production in your brain. This will help combat the sometimes intolerable pain of loneliness.”

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