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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Sometimes we say were HAPPY but deep inside were not. Even after we watch funny movie, we still unhappy. Here in America alone there are more than 20 million Americans diagnosed with depressions, or maybe I , YOU or maybe our FRIENDS are one of them. There some ways , some admittedly challenging - to help much-needed mood boost: 1. Pick good parents In Happy Land, genes trump environmental factors, according to the experts. And a study in the March issue of the journal Psychological Science scores another point for the gene team: Differences in DNA that could explain why some people tend to have an extra bounce in their step might also underlie the tendency to be more emotionally stable and socially and physically active. Genes do not provide free passes from the doldrums, and other external factors will still try to mow you down. But, heredity could provide some people with a horde of happiness that they can draw from when the good times aren’t rolling. And Canadian researchers' ability to genetically stifle depression in mice in 2006 indicates that human happiness could one day be improved by manipulating genes. This was the first time science throttled the throes of any organism. 2. Give it away It only takes $5 spent on others to make you happier on a given day, according to a 2008 study. And selfless acts can also help your marriage become a more enjoyable experience for you and your spouse. After performing good deeds, people are happier and feel their life has more purpose. But is the act selfless if you expect something in return? Maybe it just depends on how you look at it. 3. Ponder this Think of a happy place. And you, too,like your first vacation, first date place. — or overcome your own hurdle. 4. Work out Consistently breaking a sweat, along with medication and counseling can help people battling depression by sapping lonely and vulnerable feelings. Exercise improves one's state of mind in part by affecting the body's levels of two chemicals: cortisol and endorphins. The adrenal glands of angry or scared people produce cortisol. This increases blood pressure and blood sugar, weakens the immune response and can lead to organ inflammation and damage. But working out burns cortisol, restoring the body's normal levels. Running, biking or using an aerobic exercise machine also causes the brain to release endorphins — the body's natural pain relievers — into the bloodstream. The body fore goes the negative side effects of drugs while still experiencing a natural high. To gain the most from your workout, make sure its intensity reflects your stress level. And challenge your body to continually adapt by varying the exercise’s length and intensity. (SO ALWAYS MAKE OUR BODY SWEAT..) 5. Live long If you have the right genes and are selfless, optimistic and active but still find yourself down in the dumps, just give it some time. Happiness, it seems, takes time. AND YOU CAN FIND TRUE HAPPINESS THROUGH GOD.

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