How to be happy | Live a long life

How to be happy | Live a long life

As I see many people are suffering from stress anxiety and many more things and they are always unhappy with there life and maybe you must be one of them.


People often do something that makes them happy but it must be temporary happiness.

If you want permanent happiness and always want to be happy then this article is for you.

There are 1000 tips and psychological techniques to help you and feel happy and learn to enjoy every day. 

What, if our own body had a say in the matter here, are some conclusions from neuroscientists the people who know specifically when and why your brain can give you the feeling of complete satisfaction.

In this article, I'm gonna share with you how to be happy always and live a long life!!!


A) Engage in fun

Expectations is the method of waiting for something nice such as food or sex is similar to the learned salivation response our brain experiences pleasure by simply anticipating the fun event that's why we're so fond of counting the hours and minutes to some particular moment be it a birthday or a wedding a meeting with a friend or just an end to a long working day number.

B) Be a problem solver

One at a time our brain never stops searching for solutions to every problem that worries us this takes a lot of energy so whenever the brain gets tired and the problem remains unsolved we feel anxiety and irritation.

On the other game for every right decision our brain rewards itself with a dose of neurochemical that calm the limbic system and help us once again see the world in a better light, therefore, you need to try to deal with one problem at a time number.

C) Talk about what troubles

You the methods of wordlessly going through something unpleasant and talking about your condition involved making use of different parts of the brain in the latter case.

Negative emotions become a minor impact on your well-being it is accordingly advisable not to keep your problems pent up whenever you talk about them the brain triggers the production of serotonin and even manages to find some positive views to the situation.

D) Feel and welcome

For us humans, social interaction is important various forms of physical support especially feel and welcome can speed up a person's recovery from an illness

If you remove physical interaction from your life the brain perceives its absence the way it perceives physical pain the same brain zones become activated in both instances this, in turn, triggers the methods that change your mood and give to the development of depression number.

E) Keep learning never quit

Learn for the brain acquiring new knowledge means permanent adaptation to a changing environment using this process our brain develops rewarding its own attempts to absorb and process new information through dopamine the hormone of joy if you want to be happy don't be afraid to try something new to change your surroundings to learn new things.

F) Exercise

Exercise activity is a stress for the body as soon as the stress ends your body gets a reward a dose of endorphins released by the pituitary gland.

The effects are similar to that of opiates, for example, morphine which reduces pain and elevates the mood you don't need to run marathons to achieve this result even a regular walk can do wonders incidentally.

I love taking walks a necessary part of the creative process and you too try it.

G) Have a good sleep

Start using a sleep map as long as your brain thinks it's night time it keeps on sleeping while we sleep in the dark our body secretes the hormone melatonin this hormone decreases down all methods in the body helping it to recover and increasing the level of serotonin.

In the hypothalamus if the brain recognizes a change in lighting it triggers the release of the stress hormone to awaken the body quickly, therefore, it is important to sleep six to eight hours a day and only in a darkened environment.

H) Say thank you always

When we say thank you to a person or even faith for something we focus ourselves on the positive aspects of life pleasant memories trigger serotonin production in an anterior cingulate cortex this technique is often used for handling depression.

Share it with those friends who are having a hard time and always unhappy they might find this article very helpful and happy living too.



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