For easy ways to feel happy, head outside and exercise. You’ll help your body make more vitamin D, a nutrient that’s linked to happiness. Even your brain will produce endorphins, the “feel good” brain chemical. Do yoga to stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system. There’s also nothing better than calling a loved one for a good laugh. Take time to journal, do hobbies, and take relaxing baths. You can also eat almonds and saffron to boost your mood from the inside.
Saffron, the exotic golden spice, can do more than just add color and flavor to your dishes. It has been valued in traditional Asian medicine for its impressive health benefits. Modern science has also begun to recognize the power of saffron's bioactive compounds such as crocin, crocetin, picrocrocin, and safranal. Saffron can treat gastric disorders, lower depression, improve symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, reduce insulin resistance, and protect the heart.
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