HRT pills now being linked to blood clots
New use for cheap drugs Sponge offers chemo hope
Princeton University found this mpetes for your attention over ven a simple clearout and for a good year ahead. When you focus on happy memories you naturally induce a feeling of happiness, so go through the thousands of digital photos on your computer to relive your favourite moments.
For a special photo, close your eyes and try to remember the smells or temperature in that moment. The more senses you engage, the happier you will be in that moment. Delete any duff pics and call it another form of decluttering. Go for mood-enhancing foods. Everyone knows they need to drink more water because keeping hydrated is good for the body.
Being dehydrated also affects our mood. As well as drinking more, boost your water intake with high-fluid foods like watermelon, pineapple and courgettes. That way you get all your vitamins, roughage and fluids all in one.
Some foods are proven to help boost mood. Walnuts contain high levels of magnesium, which has been linked to reduced symptoms of depression. Dark chocolate in moderation is a mood enhancer.
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Turning up the radio or listening to your favourite playlist can work wonders.Exercise changes a mood fast as endorphins kick in. It also delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues, giving you more energy.Research shows that HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) works better than longer, less demanding workouts.But even showing off your best dance moves will have the same effect.
Scientists could have found a way to make cancer chemotherapy less harmful to the body.They are testing a tiny sponge which sits inside a vein and removes any excess chemo drugs after treatment.The work, published in the journal ACS Central Science, could stave off side effects such as hair loss and nausea.It has so far only been tested on pigs.
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