Keeping a Good Mood (Part 3)

Keeping a Good Mood (Part 3)

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Have a good mood to live a good life, simply created by yourself.

Joy and cheerfulness are associated with the nervous system and biochemical processes and the release of the so-called “happiness hormones”:  Dopamine, Endorphin, Oxytocin, and Serotonin.

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Dopamine, the “feel-good” hormone helps motivate us to do what we like. Every time we feel good, especially after achieving a certain goal, it is because the body releases Dopamine. Dopamine is released as a reward that we get from achieving something, such as reducing weight as intended.

Oxytocin, the “love” hormone that helps us to build bonds between us and those around us. Causing good feelings from trusting others whether mother, child, or the relationship between lovers. Oxytocin helps us to have a good laugh. It also makes us socialize easier with others, helping us to enjoy being with a lot of people which makes us laugh more easily.

Serotonin, the “feel-special” hormone makes us feel important. Thinking about success or good memories in the past will help the body release Serotonin. People who don’t like to socialize often lack this hormone. The easy way to stimulate the body to release Serotonin is eating bananas or bathing in the sun for 20 minutes.

Endorphin, the “power” hormone, helps us overcome the pain of the body. Endorphin helps runners be able to continuously run in long-distance. It helps people to heal from injury and increase the body’s resistance as well helps in withstanding pain or fatigue. Even after being exhausted, one is still able to continue as Endorphins also help reduce mental pain. For people with mental problems, the body releases Endorphin in order to reduce the pain of the body. When mental pain was reduced, one will feel better.