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7th October 2022. International Smile day (a great day of the year)

FAB because you know what smiling leads to yes laughter.
We had a class with the Germans what fun watch out for the video.

Question are you getting your daily D.O.S.E.


Dopamine plays a role in many body functions.

as a neurotransmitter, dopamine is involved in:

Pleasurable reward and motivation.
Behavior and cognition.
Sleep and arousal.
As a hormone, dopamine is released into your bloodstream. It plays a small role in the “fight-or-flight” syndrome. The fight-or-flight response refers to your body’s response to a perceived or real stressful situation, such as needing to escape danger.

Dopamine also:

Causes blood vessels to relax (at low doses, it acts as a vasodilator) or constrict (at high doses, it acts as a vasoconstrictor).
Increases sodium (salt) and urine removal from your body.
Reduces insulin  production in your pancreas.
Slows gastrointestinal (GI) (gut) content movement and protects your GI lining.
Reduces lymphocyte activity in your immune system.
How does dopamine make someone feel happy?
Dopamine is known as the “feel-good” hormone. It gives you a sense of pleasure. It also gives you the motivation to do something when you’re feeling pleasure.
Endorphins are the body’s natural pain relievers, and they can boost your mood, too.

These chemicals are naturally produced by the body during pleasurable activities (e.g., exercise, sex, and laughing), as well as painful experiences, such as twisting your ankle.

In the brain, oxytocin acts as a chemical messenger and has an important role in many human behaviours including recognition, trust, romantic attachment and mother–infant bonding. As a result, oxytocin has been called the ‘love hormone’ or ‘cuddle chemical’.

What does serotonin do in my body?

Serotonin plays a role in many of your body’s functions:

Mood: Serotonin in your brain regulates your mood. It’s often called your body’s natural “feel good” chemical. When serotonin is at normal levels, you feel more focused, emotionally stable, happier and calmer. Low levels of serotonin are associated with depression. Many medications used to treat anxiety, depression and other mood disorders often target ways to increase the level of serotonin in your brain.
Digestion: Most of your body’s serotonin is in your GI tract where it helps control your bowel function and plays a role in protecting your gut. Your gut can increase serotonin release to speed digestion to rid your body of irritating foods or toxic products. Serotonin also plays a part in reducing your appetite while eating.

Wound healing: Serotonin is released by platelets in your blood to help heal wounds. It also causes the tiniest blood vessels, arterioles, to narrow, which slows blood flow and helps clots to form. This is an important process in wound healing.

Though most people are familiar with having an “endorphin rush” after a fun activity, you may wonder what endorphins are and how they benefit your health, well the best way is Google laughter Yoga and find out where your nearest laughter Yoga club is and experience it – go on be daring change your life…

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