Take time for yourself—your chemicals will thank you. Everyone defines self-care differently, so it may be eating well or reading a book you've been putting off.
When you see food, dopamine is released before you eat it. Same for sex.
Celebrate small victories along the road to a goal to boost dopamine and make it a habit.
We all agree that listening to a music we love makes us happier, so it's easy to encourage you to do it more often.
Dopamine makes learning anything new, like cooking or answering a question, fun.
Even after birth, touch and eye contact can promote oxytocin production.
Dogs are among the few species that may induce oxytocin in humans! Their evolutionary history as man's best buddy may explain it.
These touching methods, whether romantic or platonic, are quick and easy ways to feel closer and benefit from oxytocin.