How to always be in a good mood

Feb­ru­ary 12, 2017, 18:55

Photo: Jessica Tam

Pho­to: Jes­si­ca Tam

Psy­chol­o­gists have deduced 4 rules that will help get rid of the blues and always have a good mood in life.

Move­ment and vital­i­ty

Peo­ple who live active lives are much less prone to stress and bouts of blues. Inter­est­ing work or cre­ativ­i­ty, as well as sports sim­ply do not leave time for depres­sion. Active phys­i­cal activ­i­ty also con­tributes to the pro­duc­tion of endor­phin in the body — a hor­mone that caus­es a feel­ing of eupho­ria.

Friend­ship with opti­mists

Try to hang out with pos­i­tive peo­ple. They say that a bad mood is con­ta­gious, so it’s bet­ter to “get infect­ed” from that part of your envi­ron­ment that pro­fess­es pos­i­tive, cheer­ful­ness and a good mood.

Prop­er Diet

It turns out that our menu can also affect the state of mind. For exam­ple, dark choco­late has long been rec­og­nized as an active fight­er against blues and bad mood. Bananas, pineap­ples, plums and apples also have a pos­i­tive effect on the psy­che. On the oth­er hand, pota­toes, bread and pas­ta have a calm­ing effect.

Fresh air and sun­shine

Sun­light increas­es the body’s pro­duc­tion of the hor­mone of hap­pi­ness — sero­tonin, which is respon­si­ble for a good mood. As a result of reg­u­lar walks and a long stay in the fresh air, a per­son feels a surge of strength and an improve­ment in mood, the body resists stress bet­ter, and life feels brighter, more inter­est­ing and rich­er.

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