5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Get Happier Right Now

Long hours in the office, lack of sleep, poor nutrition and other stressful things can reduce your happiness and make you feel less happy at the end of the day. If you feel stressed or overwhelmed by this type of negative energy, it is important to remember that you control your life and your thoughts both

Only you can make yourself happier, to do that some positive changes should happen.

There is evidence that more and more people in the society want to be happy in their lives instead of being rich or famous. Unlike becoming rich and / or famous, reaching your own state of happiness does not have to be difficult. In fact, it is fun and satisfying when you use these  proven methods that work best for you. The biggest part of happiness is that everyone can find it. Here are 5 of our favorites:

5 scientifically tested ways to be happier now


Exercise releases proteins and endorphins into the brain that make us happier, acting as a cure (and preventative agent) for depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and many other ailments.

As per study published by the National Institutes of Health can reduce anxiety, exercising improve mood, increase brain energy and provide many other health benefits. Other research has also shown that if you exercise during the first 20 minutes of physically active of the day, you will see the benefits of a better day overall.

2.       SLEEP  MORE

Sleep helps our body to recover and repair itself, while helping us focus and be more productive. SO it is  important for our happiness.

In the book titled NurtureShock, authors Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman tell about a specific study that found that sleep-deprived people do not remember so much positive memories as negative memories. In one experiment, sleep-deprived university students tried to memorize a word list and could remember 81% of the negative terms, but could only remember 31% of the neutral or positive words.

Another study using facial recognition has shown that naps can block or even reverse negative emotional reactions, while stimulating happy reactions.

The quality (and duration of your sleep) has a powerful effect on your feelings and your general attitude throughout the day. Even just lying down improves your sense of humor!


Many scientific studies (more than 200 in 2013) concluded that meditation has many benefits, including statements by the American Medical Association that meditation is a beneficial practice.

One study in particular involved neuroscientists from Harvard University who had conducted a study showing that the brain could be physically modified through meditative practice.

In this study, anatomical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of 16 healthy participants was taken before and after their 8-week Attention-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program. This program is one of the most practiced by those who seek a better mental functioning and a better emotional control.

Once the program was finished, a second set of magnetic resonance images was taken. The images showed a higher concentration of gray matter in 4 regions of the brain, including the hippocampus and cerebellum, responsible for learning and memorizing processes and emotional regulation! Participants reported improved mental treatment, emotional balance and other benefits.

With all this scientific support, it is easy to understand why meditation must be immediately recognized as a source of access to be happier!


The ancient secrets of green tea have always been venerated for their relaxing qualities. It has also been shown that this small, soft leaf improves mood. An academic study published scientific results showing that green tea consumers were more relaxed, more attentive and in a better mood overall. So sit back, grab a cup and cheer up!


When life gives you a lost hand, remember how wonderful it is to be seated at the gaming table. Always, , there is always something for which one must be grateful, even if you are just  is breathing and reading that.

Science has shown that by writing down what you ae thankful for , your mood will improve drastically. Another research showed that by expressing gratitude depression will decrease and happiness and overall satisfaction in life will increase

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