Category: Mood

How To Be Happy

Mayo Clinic health experts say the happiest people know it’s because they’ve made their choices in life based on: Spending time with family and friends Being grateful for what they have Having a positive outlook...

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Happiness Is a Window

Feeling low?  Snap up the shades!  A recent study of 49 staffers at a Midwest university found that those with office windows were livelier and more physically active, and got an average of 6 minutes more sleep than colleagues...

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Move to Block the Blues

Exercise–no matter how little–is good for your mood. Even 20 to 30 minutes a day of light physical activities such as walking or gardening may help prevent depression, found a review of 30 scientific studies. Source:...

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Improve Your Mood

Talk to your doctor if you feel depressed, sad, downhearted, or blue. He or she can make sure you don’t have a medical condition that’s causing these feelings and offer other suggestions to improve your mood. Also,...

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Trim Your TV Time

The happiest people watch less than one hour of television a day, according to a study of 40,000 people who took National Geographic’s True Happiness Test. Why? We get more authentic happiness from being with family and...

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Nibble On Chocolate

“A John Hopkins University study found that the taste of sweetness in your tongue causes a surge of feel good endorphins,” says nutritionist Elizabeth Somer, RD, the author of “Eat Your Way To Sexy.”...

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