Exercise Can Be A Powerful Mood Enhancer
Mood Enhancers Australia is a health and wellbeing business that focuses on providing natural mood enhancement products for emotional health and balanced emotions. Our products include Mood Essentials, a range of natural dietary supplements that support stress levels, offer anxiety support and maintain energy levels in the body, L-Theanine, a natural amino acid found in green tea, 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) a precursor nutrient that supports the production of healthy neurotransmitters in the brain including serotonin to help manage sleep patterns and reduce mood fluctuations, SAM-e (S-Adenosyl methionine), a naturally occurring compound made in the liver, that plays a role in the manufacture of hormones in the body that support normalised brain function and methylation pathways, DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) an omega 3 essential fat nutrient specific for nourishing the brain to encourage mental alertness and balanced emotions and GLA (Gamma linolenic acid) a fatty acid found in borage oil and evening primrose oil that can help regulate hormones related to mood balance.
Enjoy the Life you live
Exercise can be a powerful Mood Enhancers Australia, but it doesn’t need to be strenuous. It can be as simple as a stroll in the fresh air. In fact, Australia’s physical activity and sedentary guidelines suggest that adults get 2.5-5 hours of moderate or moderate intensity exercises each week.
Depression anxiety, depression and other mental health disorders are a major public health concern for individuals, families and the general public. The ABS estimates that more than 4 million Australians between the ages of 16 to 85 were diagnosed with mental illness in the past year and 4.4 million reporting suicidal thoughts and behaviour.
Time to Think
The time you spend thinking can be very productive. If you’re always on the move and don’t stop to think about how you can improve your performance or find creative solutions to problems in your organization, you may not be developing as a person.
Set aside an hour of thinking time each day and stay with it until it’s an habit. It is best to choose a time when you are not distracted, such as the early morning hours or first hour of work, but even a 30-minute time slot will suffice. Also, consider thinking out loud, it may assist some people. It can aid in creating an easier way of thinking and listening to your thoughts can be comforting. This approach is recommended by bestselling author and productivity expert David Allen.