Tuesday, December 11, 2018
I read recently that researchers have determined that prozac makes lobsters happier. When exposed to antidepressants, the serotonin level improves in lobsters - the lobsters exhibit more confidence and happy lobster behaviour. Among other things the lobsters stand up taller, waive their claws in a confident and ready to take on all challengers way, and are less likely to hide under a rock. The book argues that as thinking beings, we can change brain chemistry by our actions, act confident, and your brain chemistry will follow - or change the brain chemistry and your physical actions will change. The author argues that to some limited extent, brain chemistry and physical manifestation of happiness are a two way street.
Stand tall, shoulders back, smile, fake till you make it.
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you forgot tits out, stomach in, walk in like you own the place, command/demand respect.ReplyDelete
Now you are gonna put on eye out.Delete
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Yes, posture, etc... but really antidepressants. Without them I find it really difficult... often impossible... to stand tall and smile, even to fake it.ReplyDelete
Indeed our actions even our thoughts can alter brain chemistry to the better.ReplyDelete
Eating lobster always cheers me up.
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