8 Ways To Be Happy, According to Science

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For many, money, a good holiday in Dubai or the simple fact of having the 'perfect' husband is synonymous with happiness. But are they correct? What really happiness means to you?

If you want to measure it temporarily, yes. These factors of the external world will relax your worries and anxieties, unfortunately for an hour, a day or a couple of years. Circumstances of this kind do not give us full satisfaction.

8 ways to be happy, according to science
From neuroscientific studies, exercising at least 3 times a week also increases our moments of happiness. It encourages us to live with joy and to have a happy, creative and productive brain.

But that is not all, there are other actions - scientifically proven - that we can carry out to increase also the real feelings. Do you want to know what they are? We will tell you below: Take note, remember that people, when they feel good, get sick less, live longer and have a better quality of life. Let happiness be a daily exercise.


Oh yes! Just thinking about it makes me happy. And it is that sleeping well, in addition to making us look more handsome (a study published in the British Medical Journal confirms so well), relaxes us and significantly improves our ability to learn complex tasks, such as those needed to play, For example, the popular video game Guitar Hero III.


Improvement, say an analysis developed by the Massachusetts General Hospital (USA), our mood and fights sadness. It also places us, balances and increases our desires to "live," overcome and grow.


Especially the joyful - according to the music therapist and clinical psychologist, Fernando Paredes - reduces stress levels, promotes happiness and gives hope, looking and visibility to the other. It also improves the quality of life of children, cancer patients, prisoners and older adults. The latter, even, he raises them. It allows them to find non-verbal forms of emotional expression that alleviate, calm and impel them to rediscover their potential.


A say of the American Orthopedics Association keeps us in a good mood. Walking with hard or tight shoes, on the other hand, makes us pessimistic and bitter, rude.


It has always been said that money does not give happiness. However, it seems that this saying is absolutely right from the scientific point of view. And is that, according to a study by the State University of San Francisco, the key to living joy is to generate memories based on personal experiences and experiences and not buying compulsively.

The research (published in the Journal of Positive Psychology) states that the instant gratification we gain from acquiring items such as clothing, shoes or jewelry is only temporary. On the contrary, by creating experiences that last forever (and we can remember), we are investing in the long term in a genuinely happy future.


Doing good, valuing what you have, facing the challenges and filling themselves with beautiful memories - says the clinical psychologist and local laugh therapist, Jesus Chong Ramos - increases the sense of well-being in people. He fills them with optimism and encourages them to think better.


Real smiling and unfeigned, according to Michigan State University, makes us feel radiant. Forcing a smile, on the other hand, makes us sick: it generates sadness and desolation.


According to The Longevity Project, relationships with others are fundamental to living a long and happy life: "The clearest benefit of social relationships comes from helping others. Those who helped their friends and neighbors, counseling and caring for others, tended to live longer than the rest, "he says. 

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