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to get some rest. When the mind and body are both stressed out, bad moods come easily. For them to go away, you need to get some rest. After resting (like a long undisturbed sleep in a quiet room), get up, drink 3 glasses of clean water, then go out for a walk (but not late at night). When walking, control your breathing. It should be regular. Stop for a while and look far to adjust your eyes. Once you've done that, regulate your breathing. Imagine in your mind the fresh air going in and out of your nostrils. Breath at a regular pace.|
Then go back, have a nice cup of coffee, dip your feet in a basin of warm water. Lie back, massage the back of your neck, wipe your face with a cold towel. And finally, smile.
Oh, one more thing, empty your bowels and bladder regularly; sometimes bad moods come from toxins in the body/bowels. That's why vigorous exercise helps to expunge the toxins from the muscles, but to clear them from your system, you need to empty your bowels and bladder.
If this doesn't work, then you're really as moody as me.