How You Can Hack Into Your Happy Chemicals: Dopamine, Serotonin, Endorphins, and Oxytocin

Having a positive attitude and being in a good mood have a great affect on us and on our daily lives. When we’re happy, we tend to be more optimistic, productive, and approachable.

Though let’s face it, some days keeping ourselves in our happy bubble seems like the most difficult thing in the world specially when things go wrong. We become temperamental and cranky and that ruins our positive outlook in life and when that happens, it causes us to become the hopeless, unproductive, and depressed person we hope we won’t turn into.

But in life, we always have a choice. We can choose to continue to be the jolly, optimistic person we are or be a sad pessimistic nobody wants to be around with.

Luckily, when you start feeling the negativity creeping in you, there are easy ways to get rid of them! Simply hack into your four happy chemicals: Dopamine, Serotonin, Endorphins, & Oxytocin!

Thain Nguyen of The Utopian Life provided a cheat sheet infographic (see below) made with Visme that you can use as a guide anytime!

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