Serotonin

Doing nice things for others boosts your serotonin. Every day, you have opportunities to do something nice for someone. By making a conscious decision to do something nice daily, you will have a little more thoughtfulness, kindness, helpfulness, compassion and niceness on your mind.

Any kind act, statement or behavior that is simply about intentionally doing something nice that impacts your family, others, your community, the environment and the world in a positive way, matters.

As a part of being your Best Self, Mentally Rehearse doing nice things for others. Boosting your serotonin will help your brain to function, improve your digestion and help keep you happy.

Serotonin

Being Nice Can Change Your Brain

Did you know that doing nice things for others boosts your serotonin? Serotonin is the neurotransmitter that gives us the feeling of satisfaction and well-being. Most of the anti-depressant medications work by increasing the amount of serotonin available to your brain. All of this means that doing nice things for other people changes your brain in ways that make you feel better.

Read Being Nice Can Change Your Brain

Lara Honos-Webb Ph.D.

Psychology Today

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I exude kindness and compassion.

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