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4 Positive Psychology Methods On How To Be Happy


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So what is Positive Psychology?

It emphasizes the positive influences on an individual's emotions and personal strengths.

There are many benefits to learning Positive Psychology. You will learn powerful techniques to embrace your weaknesses, identify your strengths, build a great connection with people, and uplift your self-esteem.



1. Have a good night sleep


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Researchers have shown that having a good night sleep can improve your mood. Many scientific results have also proven that good night sleep is vital for the brain to process problems and increase productivity.


Some of you may argue that you can't fall asleep at night. You might want to try considering meditating, reading books, playing a piece of soft relaxing music or lighting up a lavender scent candle to help you sleep better.


2. Listening to the right music


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Listening to upbeat music will improve your mood and happiness within a short period. Research has shown that music can drastically affect our emotions; sometimes, it can reduce anxiety and improve blood flow.


Some people may tend to sad music as it relates to their emotions and make them feels better. In general, any music is effective in relieving or effective in dealing with emotions, according to research.



3. Exercise makes you feel happy


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Nothing beats feeling happy, confident and less stressed. Exercise may be the best solution to beat all your stress and anxiety issues.


According to research, exercise has shown to help many people to recover from depression. When exercising, your brain releases endorphins, dopamine and adrenaline. These are brain chemicals that drive our positive emotions.



4. Smile!


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Many people find this a ridiculous solution, but smiling makes you feel happier! Smiling trick your brain into releasing a chemical that makes you feel more comfortable. This study has been conducted by many psychologists back in the early 1970s, and many different studies support it. A group of researchers concluded that facial feedback could influence someone's emotion.




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