Everyone would want to live a happy life is not it? There are many suggestions of happiness that you have heard. But nine suggestions for a happier below are supported by research that is accurate:
1. Reduce watching tv
Individuals who are unhappy tend to spend more time watching TV, according to a study published in the journal Social Indicators Research.
When you see the strands of white hair and start to feel the physical changes with age, no need to feel sad first. Many studies show that happiness deepened with age.
3. Plan your holiday
Researchers found that just by planning a vacation alone can increase levels of happiness. Most likely the shadows free from daily routine is the cause of the increased sense of happiness rather than actually being in a real vacation destinations.
4. Make changes
Although you have to do things that you like, if undertaken on a regular basis will make the happiness fades. Occasionally make changes such as quitting changing hobby can make your stay happy.
5. Surround yourself with people who are also happy
According to a study published in the British journal BMJ, happiness is contagious. So you should surround yourself with positive people. This does not mean you have to completely cut ties with friends who were less than pleasant. You can help spread happiness by doing things that could improve their quality of life.
6. Enjoy nature
Seeing green landscape helps the brain a rest from the hubbub of the city atmosphere. Take time to visit the parks in the city to enjoy the natural beauty and increase your happiness.
7. Perform cultural activities
Visit the museum at the end of next week and learn the culture in a fun way. A study in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health found that individuals who engage in cultural activities and content to live happier lives than those who do not.
8. Have pets
Pets can improve self-esteem, feel needed and have, and perceive themselves, obviously study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
9. Doing charity
Social activities and charity has its own benefits. Individuals who frequently donate or volunteer tend to be happier, according to a study published by the journal Science.