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What Surprising Things Can Make You Happy?
Being happy is one of the essential things in the world. Happiness boosts your self-confidence, it makes you mentally fitter, and it can even have a positive effect on your physical health too.
True happiness comes in a variety of different forms, and some of them might surprise you. Here are some fantastic ways to make sure you’re as happy as you can be for as much of the time as possible.
Watch A Comedy
They say that laughter is the best medicine, and although if you’re sick, the doctor is the person to see, if you’re feeling a little down or you want to boost your happiness levels, watching a funny movie is a great way to do it. Laughter releases emotions that you have kept hidden away, so if it’s been a while and you’ve been stressed, don’t be surprised if that laughter turns to tears.
You need to release those emotions from time to time to prevent you from becoming unwell and potentially to develop stress, anxiety, or depression.
You might be feeling unhappy because you haven’t eaten enough of the right foods (or you haven’t eaten enough, period).
Nutrient deficiency can have a serious effect on your health, both physically and mentally, so ensuring that you are eating a proper, well-balanced diet with all the vitamins and minerals you need is essential if you want to stay happy. Choose foods that are rich in vitamin B and omega three fatty acids for a good dose of happiness.
Avoid foods that are high in sugar or bulky and therefore difficult to digest.
Be Where You Want To Be
Location is supremely important when it comes to being happy. If you are living somewhere that just doesn’t suit you, it could be causing you health problems. It could be making you genuinely unhappy. If you’re feeling uneasy and unsettled and you can’t quite work out why take a look at your surroundings. Are they making you happy?
Or would you rather be elsewhere? If you need to move house, get in touch with a North Vancouver realtor and start the process. It might mean leaving friends and your job, but your long-term happiness is more important, and finding your forever home is what you really need to do.
Sometimes finding happiness is as simple as stepping out of the front door and breathing in some fresh air. Low levels of vitamin D (which comes mainly from sunshine) can also contribute to feelings of sadness, which is another reason why getting outside and going for a walk can change how you’re feeling and make you much happier by the time you get back home.
You may only need to go out two or three times a week, for 15 minutes at a time, to get the vitamin D you need, although going for a longer walk does mean you’ll be getting more exercise, which can also boost happiness levels thanks to the serotonin (the ‘happy hormone’) it produces.