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Happiness comes in small things

21 Apr Happiness comes in small things

We all want to be happy with us, but is there something that really can make always happy ? Do we can manage to overcome depression and negative energy around us? There is no recipe for this, but studies have shown us that sport has a major contribution to achieving happiness.

Why is it good to make sports?


Boost Happy Chemicals. Slogging through a few kilometers on the mill can be tough, but it’s worth the effort. Exercise releases endorphin, which create feelings of happiness and euphoria. Exercise can even alleviate symptoms among the clinically depressed. For this reason, docs recommend that people suffering from depression or anxiety, or those who are just feeling blue, pencil in plenty of gym time. In some cases, exercise can be just as effective as antidepressant pills in treating depression. Don’t worry if you’re not exactly the gym rat type — getting a happy buzz from working out for just 30 minutes a few times a week can instantly boost overall mood.
Improve Self-Confidence. Hop on the treadmill to look and more importantly, feel like a million bucks. On a very basic level, physical fitness can boost self-esteem and improve positive self-image. Regardless of weight, size, gender or age, exercise can quickly elevate a person’s perception of his or her attractiveness, that is, self-worth.
Enjoy the Great Outdoors. For an extra boost of self-love, take that workout outside. Exercising in the great outdoors can increase self-esteem even more. Find an outdoor workout that fits your style, whether it’s rock-climbing, hiking, renting a canoe or just taking a jog in the park. Plus, all that Vitamin D acquired from soaking up the sun, while wearing sunscreen, can lessen the likelihood of experiencing depressive symptoms. Why book a spa day when a little fresh air, sunshine and exercise, can work wonders for self-confidence and happiness?
Many types of exercise, from walking to cycling, make people feel better and can even relieve symptoms of depression. Exercise triggers the release of chemicals in the brain—serotonin, norepinephrine, endorphins, dopamine—that dull pain, lighten mood and relieve stress. We all focused almost exclusively on the physical benefits of exercise and really have ignored the psychological and emotional benefits of being regularly active.

What do you do to be happy?


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