We’ve all had those bad days when we just want to go home, take a shower and read a good book. Sometimes, we just want to watch the news but all we ever hear are events that could either make us hate our politicians more or wonder why life is so unfair. When this happens, we turn off our TVs and look for things that could put us into a good mood.
Look no further. We’re bringing you scientific facts that will definitely make you feel better!
We’ve all known dogs to be man’s best friend but did you know we’ve been best buds with them for 27,000 years already?
If you’re planning to see someone you don’t really find yourself comfortable with, it helps to wear a floral-scented perfume. It gives you the good vibes and improves your social interaction.
Let lab rats remind you that there is goodness everywhere. They free their companions from laboratory cages without getting anything in return.
If you find yourself stressed out with life, why don’t you work out on weekdays? Studies show that it’ll make you happier, more productive and feel relieved from all the stress.
Did you know that your dog is a lot smarter than you think? Dogs can tell the difference between a happy person and a sad person. No wonder they are there when we need comforting.
If you’re planning to do some “rigorous physical activity” tonight or just eat dinner, better do some unselfish deeds first. Research suggests that unselfish actions will activate a part of your brain that lets you have fun with your planned “activities” for tonight.
If you want to feel great about yourself, studies show that a diet of fresh fruits and vegetable will help you achieve that goal in no time.
If you feel like you’re stuck in a rut with your partner, give morning sex a try. It releases a feel-good chemical, oxytocin, and leaves you with a loving feeling with your partner. Don’t be late for work though.
Cuddling. It’s good for you! Go find yourself someone to cuddle with.
How about some chocolate? Maybe you can eat a bar of chocolate or drink a cup of hot cocoa. Studies show that it improves your general alertness and makes you a smarter human being (or just smart for some people).
There are a lot of happy facts out there but the ones we gave you cheered you up. Or at least gave you an idea how to be happy! Don’t worry. We’ll bring you more happy scientific facts next time.
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