10 Simple Secrets You Can Do To Today That Will Make You Happier…

As my “Happiness Coaching ” is taking off I have been reading and studying much about Happiness. In writing the info that I got from this book I must say that #8 something I am going to study a bit more, because we have never felt worse when we get home…. Share with me your experience around taking vacations! 

suzan-feature-smallHappiness is so interesting, because we all have different ideas about what it is and how to get it. So naturally we are obsessed with it.

I would love to be happier, as I’m sure most people would, so I thought it would be interesting to find some ways to become a happier person that are actually backed up by science. Here are ten of the best ones I found.

 

1. Exercise more – 7 minutes might be enough

You might have seen some talk recently about the scientific 7 minute workout mentioned in The New York Times. So if you thought exercise was something you didn’t have time for, maybe you can fit it in after all.

Exercise has such a profound effect on our happiness and well-being that it’s actually been proven to be an effective strategy for overcoming depression. In a study cited in Shawn Achor’s book, The Happiness Advantage, three groups of patients treated their depression with either medication, exercise, or a combination of the two. The results of this study really surprised me. Although all three groups experienced similar improvements in their happiness levels to begin with, the follow up assessments proved to be radically different:

You don’t have to be depressed to gain benefit from exercise, though. It can help you to relax, increase your brain power and even improve your body image, even if you don’t lose any weight.

We’ve explored exercise in depth before, and looked at what it does to our brains, such as releasing proteins and endorphins that make us feel happier, as you can see in the image below.

2. Sleep more – you’ll be less sensitive to negative emotionsWe know that sleep helps our bodies to recover from the day and repair themselves, and that it helps us focus and be more productive. It turns out, it’s also important for our happiness.

Using a face recognition task, here we demonstrate an amplified reactivity to anger and fear emotions across the day, without sleep. However, an intervening nap blocked and even reversed this negative emotional reactivity to anger and fear while conversely enhancing ratings of positive (happy) expressions.

Of course, how well (and how long) you sleep will probably affect how you feel when you wake up, which can make a difference to your whole day. Especially this graph showing how your brain activity decreases is a great insight about how important enough sleep is for productivity and happiness:

3. Move closer to work – a short commute is worth more than a big houseOur commute to the office can have a surprisingly powerful impact on our happiness. The fact that we tend to do this twice a day, five days a week, makes it unsurprising that its effect would build up over time and make us less and less happy.

4. Spend time with friends and family – don’t regret it on your deathbedStaying in touch with friends and family is one of the top five regrets of the dying. If you want more evidence that it’s beneficial for you, I’ve found some research that proves it can make you happier right now.

5. Go outside – happiness is maximized when we in Nature
Making time to go outside on a nice day also delivers a huge advantage; one study found that spending 20 minutes outside in good weather not only boosted positive mood, but broadened thinking and improved working memory…
6. Help others – 100 hours a year is the magical numberOne of the most counter-intuitive pieces of advice I found is that to make yourself feel happier, you should help others. In fact, 100 hours per year (or two hours per week) is the optimal time we should dedicate to helping others in order to enrich our lives.

7. Practice smiling – it can alleviate painSmiling itself can make us feel better, but it’s more effective when we back it up with positive thoughts, according to this study:

A new study led by a Michigan State University business scholar suggests customer-service workers who fake smile throughout the day worsen their mood and withdraw from work, affecting productivity. But workers who smile as a result of cultivating positive thoughts – such as a tropical vacation or a child’s recital – improve their mood and withdraw less.

8. Plan a trip – but don’t take one

As opposed to actually taking a holiday, it seems that planning a vacation or just a break from work can improve our happiness. A study published in the journal, Applied Research in Quality of Life showed that the highest spike in happiness came during the planning stage of a vacation as employees enjoyed the sense of anticipation: In the study, the effect of vacation anticipation boosted happiness for eight weeks. After the vacation, happiness quickly dropped back to baseline levels for most people.

9. Prayer & Meditate – rewire your brain for happiness

Important habit for improving focus, clarity and attention span, as well as helping to keep you calm. It turns out it’s also useful for improving your happiness:

In one study, a research team from Massachusetts General Hospital looked at the brain scans of 16 people before and after they participated in an eight-week course in mindfulness meditation. The study, published in the January issue of Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, concluded that after completing the course, parts of the participants’ brains associated with compassion and self-awareness grew, and parts associated with stress shrank.

Meditation literally clears your mind and calms you down, it’s been often proven to be the single most effective way to live a happier live. I believe that this graphic explains it the best:

10. Practice gratitude – increase both happiness and life satisfactionThis is a seemingly simple strategy, but I’ve personally found it to make a huge difference to my outlook. There are lots of ways to practice gratitude, from keeping a journal of things you’re grateful for, sharing three good things that happen each day with a friend or your partner, and going out of your way to show gratitude when others help you.

Warmly Suzan
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Laughter is good for the body, inside & out.

Laughter is good for the body, inside & out.

Last night I was laughing so hard with my husband, his neck was ticklish! and he was going crazy every-time I tried to kiss his neck. As we were laughing together I was reminded that I just had a great message on my eternal organs, Whoo Hoo this is great, my liver, kidneys, bladder & all the organs are all running at an optimal levels. This is great!

 

My Passion is help people get to a new level of Happiness, I offer 5 free videos on teaching and training on a being happy everyday.

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Blessings Suzan

Five Life Lessons: 1) Face your fears 2) Let life dream through you 3) Feel your way 4) Do one thing at a time 5) Step outside your stories

Five Life Lessons:
1) Face your fears
2) Let life dream through you
3) Feel your way
4) Do one thing at a time
5) Step outside your stories

N O R W A Y ’ S A N T I – AG I N G M I R A C L E

I have been involved with a amazing product ( Laminine “YTE” )that is changing people lives in a huge way….

It all started when I was doing a presentation for a person that was not interested in the product that I represented at the time. Different company that I am writing about today. Watch this short 4 min. video to hear my story about this awesome transition in my profession.

http://youtu.be/KAJvDYJAmVI

I want to share with you a e-book from one of the Doctors that shares about this Young Tissue Extract, we call Laminine today, its a complete miracle that we are able to purchase this anti-aging (plus more) food. You have come into the some of the most remarkable information released as of today, September 6th 2012.

Dr. Bjødne Eskeland: 
If you are reading this booklet, you are among the first
individuals in the United States to learn about an exciting new health supplement called Young Tissue Extract, or YTE.
YTE is a virtually cholesterol-free extract derived
from healthy, pre-embryonic fertilized hen eggs. YTE
delivers a myriad of potential health benefits, including
increased sexual health and desire, a remarkable increase
in energy and stamina, a boost in muscle strength for
athletes, and enhanced sense of well-being.
While virtually unknown in the United States until
very recently, YTE, has been marketed successfully as a
nutritional supplement in Scandinavia for many years.

“Within ten to eleven days, I felt more energetic
and much more productive. I have been sleeping
better since then and don’t get tired so quickly. 
My self-esteem has really increased.”
—John B., Age 51, Norway

In 1929, a Canadian doctor named John Ralston Davidson, former associate professor of medicine at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, discovered that an
injected extract from fertilized chicken eggs could be
helpful for cancer patients. In 1943, Dr. Davidson’s work
was presented at the Third International Cancer Conference. However, he died soon thereafter. His death
marked the end of research on fertilized hen eggs until
I picked it up decades later, rediscovering the power of
protein from fertilized eggs to enhance human health
and performance in a number of ways.
I have spent a great deal of my professional life
working in the egg industry in Norway. In the 1990s, I
hypothesized that incubated and fertilized eggs contained a special protein fraction that could help increase and enhance the human body’s natural testosterone production, without supplementation. I then teamed with Nils Christian Mortensen, and we developed the procedure to extract this special protein from fertilized eggs.

Once the procedure was perfected, we began testing the
extract on human subjects, with very positive results.

“In doing the research, I was intrigued by
something that had been around so long and 
had no detractors or any noted side effects. 
I can now say without question that the effects 
of YTE are both marked and far reaching.
—Chris Botosan, California

 

What Is YTE?
YTE (Young Tissue Extract) is derived from fertilized
hen eggs that are incubated just until they reach the preembryonic stage. As the eggs approach this stage, biological substances are activated that exhibit favorable
metabolic properties.
The biological substances derived from the eggs are
from protein fractions extracted at a precise point in
development when key nutrients reach their peak concentration. YTE is produced from incubated eggs in Norway, one of the few countries that remains salmonella
free.

No day is the same, and sometimes it is difficult
to regenerate one’s energy fast enough, especially
where the level of activity has been quite high over
a long period of time. Therefore, I was very glad
to have been able to use Young Tissue Extract.”
—Ingrid Kristiansen, Norway
Former World Champion runner 
in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters

What Does YTE Contain?
YTE contains a natural combination of nutrients, including amino acids, glycopeptides, and oligopeptides,
which form after fertilization.
Once an egg is fertilized, a tremendous amount of
activity takes place, including cellular growth, which is
supported by the development of a high concentration
of nutrients. We have developed a process to extract
these powerful nutrients and make them available as a
nutritional supplement ingredient.

The initial recommended dose is 1,600–1,680 mg for the
first two weeks, followed by 800–840 mg thereafter.
The Cholesterol Question
Health-conscious consumers have avoided eggs due to
their cholesterol content, even though they are undeniably
one of nature’s most highly nutritious foods. YTE contains virtually no cholesterol. During the pre-embryonic development, 90% of the cholesterol is consumed within
the egg itself, so that YTE is virtually cholesterol-free.
Dr. Eskeland’s Young Tissue Extract (YTE)


The Amazing Egg
The egg contains all the necessary elements for the
development, nourishment, and protection of the life
form that will ultimately spring forth from it. It is a natural, unprocessed food that contains all known vitamins
(except vitamin C), as well as important trace minerals.
The egg has long been the “gold standard” as a protein
food because of its outstanding amino acid profile. It is
considered a “complete” protein because it contains all
eight essential amino acids (protein constituents that the

body can’t make on its own) in generous quantities.

Eggs are especially rich in the sulfur-containing amino
acid L-cysteine, which is essential for healthy skin and
hair.

Not All Eggs Are Created Equal
Chickens raised in factory farms where there is overcrowding, inadequate nutrition, no fresh air or sunshine,
and inadequate space to roam and interact with other
chickens produce eggs of inferior quality. Fertilized eggs,
however—those laid by unconfined, well-nourished hens
that have mated with roosters in a natural environment
—are high-quality eggs.
Fertilization mobilizes and activates the tremendous
nutrients in the egg. At this time, highly specific amino
acids and glycoproteins (proteins that are covalently linked
to carbohydrates) are formed. Herein lies the critical
difference between the fertilized incubated Norwegian
eggs used for YTE and your typical American egg laid
by factory farm hens.
Clinical studies conducted in the U.S., Norway, and
Sweden have demonstrated YTE’s ability to help people
obtain and maintain optimal physical and mental health,
as well as achieve peak performance levels.

Dr. Bjodne Eskeland

“Within ten to eleven days, I felt more energetic
and much more productive. I have been sleeping
better since then and don’t get tired so quickly. 
My self-esteem has really increased.”
—John B., Age 51, Norway

 

 

 

Watch this video of 

Dr. Eskeland

http://youtu.be/xMEayr3C4Oc

Laminine”YTE”  has a variety of potential health benefits, including enhanced sexual desire, energy, strength, stamina,
and sense of well-being. These various effects may all
be related to the significant reduction of the stress hormone cortisol (by about 50 percent) after the ingestion of YTE.
Sexual Enhancement 
Sexual dysfunction is believed to affect 10 to 15 percent
of the adult population today. YTE has a favorable effect
upon sexual desire, in both genders; it increases sexual
desire by normalizing testosterone production. Testosterone is the major male sex hormone, but it is also the
hormone with the most powerful effect on sexual desire in both men and women.

Revving Up Stamina and Energy
Whether it is a physical or mental challenge you face or
just the need to handle everyday demands, YTE may
help. Benefits may include:
1. Quicker recovery from physical exertion
2. Better muscle tone
3. Increased muscle strength

Mood Enhancement
Some 20 million people worldwide experience depression serious enough to warrant being placed on prescription medication. Many—an estimated 16 to 30 percent
—who take such drugs experience sexual dysfunction
as a side effect. Some medical experts believe the true
number of people experiencing this adverse side effect

may be as high as 78 percent due to the fact that the
condition often goes unreported by patients.
Clinical studies have shown that YTE may be beneficial in enhancing libido among those taking anti-depressants. These benefits may include:
1. An increase in the desire to engage in sexual activity
2. An increase in the ability to reach orgasm
3. Enhanced intensity of orgasms
In addition, YTE promotes a relaxation effect that may
be to some degree attributed to the dramatic decrease in
levels of the stress hormone cortisol produced after
Laminine  YTE ingestion.

“I have taken Dr. Eskeland’s Young Tissue
Extract . . . and I can attest to the fact that it is 
the most well-researched, safe and effective, natural
anti-aging supplement I have personally used in 
my almost forty years in the natural health field. 
I truly believe from my own personal experience
that YTE is the ‘Fountain of Youth’ in a capsule 
form. I’ve never felt better in my life.”
—Lee Swanson, Age 55, North Dakota

You may want to recieve the full details of the entire E-Book:

http://www.eggoflife.com/team/booklet.pdf

He offers some very cool charts and graphs to help you get all the information about his research and results.

Thank you for taking the time to read this today, our health is in the worst condition in our Nations History, lets be proactive and take care of the amazing bodies that God has given us!

Blessings Suzan

www.suzanbafford.com

480-251-3054