Here Are 8 Natural Ways To Boost Dopamine Levels In Your Brain Without Medication

by Ane Krstevska

Here Are 8 Natural Ways To Boost Dopamine Levels In Your Brain Without Medication

We are always looking for happiness, but where is it? What is the key to happiness in life? Some people find happiness, in money, family or materialistic things what surround us.

To find your happiness maybe is very easy. We have chemicals in our brain that are responsible for how we feel. There are negative and positive feelings.  The chemicals that we have in the brain, or neurochemicals, that make us feel good are called the ‘feel good chemicals’. They mainly consist of dopamine and serotonin, dopamine is the biggest factor to make you feel happy.

So what we need to do to increase our dopamine levels? Well, doctors will try to prescribe medications that are to balance out our neurochemicals, but they are risky to take it. From them, you can have serious side effects and are really addictive. We should be on natural treatment instead of taking this medication. It is the only kind of treatment that will make everything worse. Thankfully, there are several ways to naturally grow up your dopamine levels.

1. To boost your dopamine levels naturally is by setting goals.

Some Researches shows that dopamine is automatically released when we complete a goal. It does not matter how big or small the goal is!  More dopamine is released when you physically check off your to do list. So, write down some small goals and make them off when you complete them. You’ll feel great about your day.

2. Focus on something you love.

If you love to draw take 20 minutes out of each day and focus fully on your drawing! When you are doing what you love you become fully focused, and psychologists call this ‘the flow’. So get your flow on and focus on something you love to do.

3. Exercising is good for us.

It strengthens every part of our bodies from bones, muscles, cardiovascular system, immune health, and yes, even your emotional health. Scientist says that exercising releases dopamine and serotonin in your brain. It doesn’t need to be a hard workout either! Just go for a walk!

4. Remind yourself of your achievements.

Have a visual reminder of how many days in a row you have done something. It can do more than you think.

5. Increase tyrosine.

An essential amino acid can naturally boost your dopamine levels. It is building a block of dopamine. It's helping to make up the dopamine compound. Increasing your intake of this nutrient can dramatically increase your dopamine levels. Eating the bananas, beef, chicken, green tea, watermelon, yogurt, coffee, and almonds you can increase your tyrosine levels.

6. Listening to your favorite music can make you feel one thousand times better.

Music also increases dopamine levels, according to research. The next time you are feeling down, listen to your favorite tunes. Listening to music all day might even change the whole game for you.

7. Meditating has literally hundreds of benefits.

It has been scientifically proven to reduce anxiety, blood pressure, and treat many other health issues. Mindfully meditating is an excellent way to just let life go on. Simply exist in time and enjoy being alive. Meditating keeps you out from overthinking. Some studies say meditating can directly link to raising dopamine levels.

The Tibetan Singing Bowls are an ancient technology, about 2500 years old, for stimulating our brainwaves. It creates a pulsation of sound to entrain our brain. Tibetan Hand Hammered Meditation Singing Bowl helps to reduce stress, alter consciousness and create a deep sense of peace and well-being. This Buddha Meditation and Empowerment Bundle is perfect for those on a spiritual path, moving from the unconsciousness to pure consciousness, reminding us to breathe deeply.

8. Write down the things you love about life.

Taking twenty minutes out of each day and writing down things you like, love, and enjoy life. It can also be good for you to self-esteem to write the things you like about yourself and things what you love.

Ane Krstevska



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