There appears to be a dose-response relationship between exercise and wellbeing. That is, the more you do, the better you feel.
Watch your food selection. Fill your diet with multi-coloured fruits and vegetables. Eat fish for those excellent omega-3 oils. Avoid excess calories.
Getting out of the house and into nature has been shown to enhance cognition, attention, and emotional, spiritual and subjective wellbeing.
Good relationships enhance happiness, quality of life, and resilience. Spend time with your partner, your kids, your parents, and your friends.
Playing and humour appear to lower stress and enhance mood. Artistic pursuits – like music and painting – also produce positive emotions.
Meditation and muscle relaxation skills can benefit anxiety, stress, insomnia and depression. Things like tai chi and yoga can also benefit health and wellbeing.
Religion or spirituality can help many people with anxiety, stress and depression by providing a sense of community, time to reflect and a chance to be of service.
Research suggests people who volunteer are happier and healthier. Simple things like donating clothes or coaching a sporting team provide a chance to be part of something bigger than yourself.