1. What's the matter? 2. What's wrong? 3. Are you all right? 4. You look a bit down. (= a little sad) 5. Is there anything I can do to help? 6. Cheer up! / Chin up! 7. It's not so bad. 8. Everything will be OK. 9. Look on the bright side. (= consider the positive aspects) 10. It's not the end of the world. (this phrase is used when someone is upset about something small and trivial)
Treat hardening of the arteries arteriosclerosis with fresh air and warm bath
The patient should undertake plenty of outdoor exercise and eliminate all mental stress and worries. Even lying in the sun motionless in the early morning or just before dusk may be helpful. Prolonged neutral immersion baths at bed time on alternate days is beneficial. This bath is administered in a bath tub which should be properly fitted with hot and cold water connection. The bath-tub should be fitted with water at a temperature ranging from 92º to 98º F and the patient should lie in it for an hour or so. The head should be kept cold with a cold compress.