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Health & Fitness The 10 keys to happiness that scientifically proven

06:50  08 january  2018
06:50  08 january  2018 Source:   prima.co.uk

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These 10 keys to happiness from Action for Happiness are proven to boost your mood - and that of your friends and family. Why not conduct your own personal happiness experiment, by trying out the AfH 10 keys to happier living, below.

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The 10 keys to happiness that scientifically proven © ferrantraite / Getty The 10 keys to happiness that scientifically proven To create a happy January, we linked up with nonprofit, Action for Happiness, who do incredible work spreading the message of what really makes people happy in communities, schools and workplaces.

Why not conduct your own personal happiness experiment, by trying out the AfH 10 keys to happier living, below.

First, take the Action For Happiness pledge: 'I will try to create more happiness and less unhappiness in the world around me.'

Below, we've also included a few suggestions to get you started.

You might feel a little doubtful that doing such simple things – like contacting a friend to say how much you appreciate them – can make such a real difference.

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10 Keys to Happier Living. Everyone's path to happiness is different. Together they spell "GREAT DREAM". For each of the ten you'll find information, questions, resources and suggested actions to help apply them in your daily life.

In this post I want to show you 10 ways that are scientifically proven . If happiness is on the other side of success, it is unlikely you will get there as you continually strive to get better grades These are key questions but people who exploit their strengths rather than dwelling on their weaknesses are

But all the 10 keys are evidence-based – and incredibly easy to do. For a full list of actions and suggestions and a list of courses, see the Action for Happiness website.

1 Giving: Do things for others

Try: Do three extra acts of kindness today. Try to bring a smile to others.

2 Relating: Connect with other people

Try: Make more time for the people who really matter to you.

  The 10 keys to happiness that scientifically proven © Shutterstock 3 Exercising: Take care of your body

Try: Notice which healthy actions lift your mood and do more of them.

4 Appreciating: Notice the world around

Try: At least once a day, stop and take five minutes to just breathe and be in the moment.

5 Trying out: Keep learning new things

Try: Learn a new skill, however small.

6 Direction: Have goals to look forward to

Try: Think of a goal you're aiming for and do one thing to get it started.

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These 10 proven steps to happiness , if practiced with diligence, they will show you the way to a happy , more fulfilled and richer and abundant life. Science has shown that they are one of the key ways you can increase your long-term sustainable happiness .

Happiness is a popular field of study among researchers, and there are ways to become happier that can suit every budget, lifestyle, and personality. 29 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Happier This Year | Wise Bread. Share.

  The 10 keys to happiness that scientifically proven © Shutterstock 7 Resilience: Find ways to bounce back

Try: Share how you really feel with someone you trust – and be willing to ask for help.

8 Emotion: Take a positive approach

Try: To smile and say something positive every time you walk into a room.

9 Acceptance: Be comfortable with who you are

Try: Be as kind to yourself as you are to others.

10 Meaning: Be part of something bigger

Try: Give your time to support a good cause and be part of something bigger.

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