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Things That Make Us Feel Good or Bad
Things That Make Us Feel Good or Bad

Do you wanna dance?

Dancing is one of the things that puts us in a great mood, according to a new Daily Mail study from London School of Economics!

They asked people to keep track of what kind of mood they were in using a smartphone app.

Here’s what improve our mood the MOST:   

1.  Having SEX . . . it supposedly improves your mood by 14.2%

2.  Going to a concert, a play, or going dancing improves your mood by 9.3%

3.  Going to a museum:  8.8%

4.  Exercising:  8.1%

5.  Gardening:  7.8%

6.  Singing or doing some other kind of performing:  6.9%

7.  Talking with friends:  6.4%

8.  Being around nature:  6.3%

9.  Walking or hiking:  6.2%

10.  Hunting and fishing:  5.8%

Here are the EIGHT things that RUIN your mood the most: 

1.  Being sick reduces your mood by 20.4%

2.  Working or studying makes you 5.4% less happy

3.  Taking care of someone who’s sick:  4.3% less happy

4.  Waiting in line:  3.5%

5.  Doing paperwork:  2.5%

6.  Going to a meeting:  1.5%

7.  Commuting:  1.5%

8.  Doing housework:  0.7%

So…stay healthy and “enjoy yourself”!   :-)

D&J

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