An aide in the prevention of depression, anxiety and psychosomatic disorders; improved breathing capacity; strengthened immune system; increased confidence and positive outlook.
A good motto in life is to do unto others what you would like done unto you. This very real desire has many far reaching connotations. In trying to practice this motto one would be more aware on one’s own actions and how it affects others.
Generally people like being around other happy people, thus when one is constantly sad or down there is a very real possibility that the percentage of people willing to be around are almost nil.
Train your brain to think only during wake hours, to unwind and think positive. Your attitude plays a huge part. When you’ve a favorable outlook or attitude it moves you to achieve your goals and plans.
Dan Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness, challenges the idea that we’ll be miserable if we don’t get what we want. Our “psychological immune system” lets us feel truly happy even when things don’t go as planned. Source: AMERICAN SCHOOL OF LAUGHTER YOGA
You can choose to be permanently grumpy or you can choose to cheer up and smile! Have you been putting off the smiles? By smiling you will be releasing endorphins in your brain which will make you feel better.
Living a happy, resilient and optimistic life is wonderful, and is also good for your health. Being happy actually protects you from the stresses of life. Don’t Worry, Be Happy – You might want to sing it note for note.
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