Exercise regularly

Unhappiness can result from constantly worrying bodies and minds. Scientists think that 20 minutes of work out makes you joyful in spite of how sad you may be. Exercise increases your heart rate and activates a flow of hormonal alterations. As your heart starts to pound, various hormones are released which generate a sense of complete well being and you start to feel good again, the mind strain is vanished and everything is under control. Next thing can be done is to walk regularly. When you walk, you think over issues that bother you and come with answers to them.

Make someone happy

“The best way to cheer yourself is to try to cheer somebody else up.” – Mark Twain

When you spread happiness, you gather happiness. Mother Teresa knew this secret so well; she dedicated her life to serving others even if it’s just meant to put smile on someone’s face. Here are two of her famous quotes: “A life not lived for others is not a life; let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.”


Be optimistic

Change is predictable and no situation is lasting. When you feel gloomy or depressed, always keep in mind that it’s momentary and that tomorrow will be healthier, tough times doesn’t last but rough people do. Be optimistic.

Act as if you are happy

Smile all the time, even when you are feeling depressed. When the body works, emotions follow. A smile doesn’t cost anything but it creates a great deal. It enriches those who receive it without draining those who give. Learn to smile every time, it won’t only make you cheerful, it will win you happy friends too.

Stay Close to Friends

One Friday morning, I was feeling very distress and unhappy at work. I didn’t know what to do so I move towards a friend and we started chatting, I shared my load with her and we had a short discussion. By the time I ended pouring out my heart to her, I already knew why I was unhappy and what to do next. Don’t be frightened to share your feelings with friends, it works.