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Homolicious Living is having a HAPPY, WHOLESOME and FREE lifestyle. It’s represented when someone shines from the inside out and has discovered what makes them happy and makes it a priority. They consistently work on themselves, practice self-love, be authentic, and are positive and affect those around them in a positive way. Being wholesome by having a good routine of eating cleanly and exercising consistently. They feel safe and free within themselves and in their environment. They are comfortable in their sexuality and feel free to love whomever they choose.
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MAY 27: Be Happy and Have Fun [EP:25]
May 27 16
www.homoliciousliving.com Hello Pod listeners! Welcome to Episode #25. In this episode we will talk about how to be happy and have fun. Delicious Dish: Today's Delicious Dish is about the chemicals in our brain that make us feel happy. People typically think that circumstances, possessions, or relationships make them happy, but actually, happiness is mostly a chemical experience. The brain generates four main chemicals to create the sensations and emotions that we associate with happiness. This is great news because if things in our lives aren’t going the way we’d like; we can increase the release of these brain chemicals to improve our mood. Endorphins are the opioid neuropeptides produced by the central nervous system to help us deal with physical pain. They can make us feel light headed or giddy, which can feel great. A great way to increase endorphins is to exercise, either with aerobic or anaerobic exercise. Some studies have shown that in as little as 30 minutes of walking can produce a significant reduction in depression among clinically depressed subjects. Serotonin may be the best-known happiness chemical because that’s typically the one that antidepressant medication typically addresses. It’s a neurotransmitter which is a substance in the body that carries a signal from one nerve cell to another. Exposure to bright light like sunshine, exercise and happy thoughts can stimulate the production, along with eating tryptophan foods like nuts, seeds, tofu, cheese, red meat, chicken, turkey, fish, oats, beans, lentils, and eggs. Dopamine is another neurotransmitter and is often referred to as the “chemical of reward.” When you accomplish a task, make a deadline, score a