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Happy food

Eat Yourself Happy With These 8 Endorphin-Releasing Foods!
Feeling down? Want to make yourself feel better? Here are some foods that will encourage your brain鈥檚 endorphin (happy hormones) release 馃槉: 路Chocolate 馃崼
路Strawberries 馃崜
路Animal proteins 馃ォ馃
路Oranges 馃崐
路Spicy foods 馃尪
路 Grapes 馃崌
路 Nuts and seeds 馃尠
路Ginseng 馃崰
Go and check if you have any of those in the kitchen and simply be happy! 馃槉

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Learn to be grateful

Learn to be grateful
I鈥檝e already said it and I鈥檒l keep repeating 鈥 key to being happy is to be grateful 馃檹. You need to learn to appreciate what you have, to feel happy about the little things, to feel gratitude 馃. You can鈥檛 take anything for granted, even such 鈥瀞imple鈥 (some would say 馃檮) things as being able to see or having a roof over your head.
If you think that you don鈥檛 have anything to be grateful for go and do a volunteering at a hospice 馃彞 or child care home 馃彔. Talk to those poor children, ask them what makes them happy, tell them your story and see what they think about it, if you really don鈥檛 have anything to be grateful for 馃槒.
Go and spend a day with a blind person. Or even better 鈥 cover your eyes for 1 whole day and try to live and do normal every-day activities.
Go and live on a street for one night. Try to get some food. Find a place to sleep 馃槰.
::: Go and do all those things.
Still nothing to be grateful for?
Think about it. 鈿狅笍
People keep forgeting about the most basic things and they tend to take them for granted whereas we should be grateful to be healthy, to be able to see, to have a family, to have 2 hands and 2 legs everyday. 鈿狅笍
I sure am. 馃檹

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What do you know about endophin, famous hormone of happiness?
Endorphins are chemicals produced naturally by the nervous system to cope with pain or stress. They are often called “feel-good” chemicals because they can act as a pain reliever and happiness booster.
The well-known “runner’s high” that is felt after lengthy, vigorous exercise is due to an increase in endorphin levels.
The level of endorphins in the human body varies from person to person. People who have lower levels may be more likely to have depression or fibromyalgia, but more research is needed in this area.
How to get your body to produce more endorphins?
Here are couple ways to boost the production:
馃敻锔廟egular exercise 馃挭
馃敻锔廏iving (Volunteering, donating, and helping others may also make a person feel good) 馃
馃敻锔廦oga and meditation 馃馃徏鈥嶁檧锔
馃敻锔廠picy foods 馃尪
馃敻锔廌ark chocolate 馃崼
馃敻锔廘aughing 馃槀

Did you know all this?
I think i’m gonna go get some dark chocolate 馃構