A vibrant person exudes liveliness, wit, positive energy, and is ready to take on life. Prepare to live a vibrant life with these tips.
Live and Thrive with Your Natural Vibrant Energy
Below are some strategies you can try to bring back the old you and channel the energy and thirst for life. Choose those that you think can make you full of energy and add value to your life.
Find What Makes You Happy and Inspired
Do you remember the last time you had that feeling of rush and excitement that made you feel so alive?
Finding what makes you happy could be a lifelong endeavor. But you can ask yourself what the things that you used to enjoy are. When was the last time you worked on a personal project or watched a live game? Reconnect with your old self. These things make you happy for a reason. It may be a euphoria that reminds you of your younger self or a passion you used to enjoy. So make time for yourself, grab a drink, play your favorite sport, and go to that band concert you have been eyeing.
When you feel happy and content, it will show through the sparkles in your eyes, your physical stance, and how you interact with other people.
Get Enough Sleep
It is true what they say you cannot give what you do not have, and to give off vibrant energy, you must first have it restored through adequate sleep.
When you have a high-quality sleep, your body restores many functions it needs to perform during the day. This includes a robust immune system, steady hormone levels, temperature regulation, and a good appetite. Sleep deprivation, on the other hand, makes you feel groggy and moody. Even more, it leads to trouble in concentration and slows down reaction time.
Choose Whom You Socialize With
Your social circle may influence your thoughts and behaviors, whether you are aware of it or not.
Scientific evidence shows that positive social relationships provide significant health benefits. People with fewest social ties tend to have twice the risk of death than adults with most social ties.
Take note that there is an emphasis on positive relationships. According to a recent study, negative relationships and social interactions, especially between spouses or partners, increase the risk of depression, anxiety, and suicidal tendencies. Meanwhile, positive relationships reduce the risk of these issues. These are the kinds of interactions that bring value and make your life more meaningful.
Find a Physical Activity that You Enjoy
It is known that physical exercise is beneficial to overall health.
Exercising regularly is a way to improve cognitive functions such as memory recall, concentration, problem-solving, and attention to detail. It is also a known way to improve moods and aid with depression. It is also a proven way to increase serotonin in the brain, a happy neurotransmitter associated with happiness and mood regulation.
People who work out regularly are reported to have a more positive outlook about themselves, sharper memories, and better sleep at night. Finding a physical activity that you enjoy increases motivation and consistency in doing the activity.
Get Some Sunshine
If you are one of those people who experience low mood triggered by changing seasons, there might be an explanation for that.
Exposure to sunlight stimulates the brain’s release of serotonin, a hormone associated with a boost in mood, calmness, and focus. Without sunlight, serotonin levels may drop. This is associated with a higher risk of major depression with seasonal patterns.
What a better way to get vibrance from the sun itself? Getting 5 to 15 minutes of sun exposure (depending on your skin sensitivity) is enough to improve your mood and get vitamin D benefits.
Once you adopt these habits, you will feel significant changes in your mental and physical well-being. Make sure to incorporate these with a balanced diet and routine medical check to maintain your health. After all, natural vibrant comes from within you.
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