Everyone knows that smoking is bad for you. It’s not good for your health.
Smoking cigarettes makes you smell like an old chimney, unclean, and in need of a sweep. And, it’s unsociable—smoke wafts over others, gets in their eyes, nose and mouth making them choke and suffocate, not to mention contaminates their airways—and it can even ruin friendships.
Australians’ use of anti-depressants has doubled over the last decade and we are now the world’s second highest prescriber of anti-depressants behind Iceland. While these drugs are necessary in many cases, it seems drugs that are a ‘last resort’ are now being reached for at the first sign of a melancholy day. While it is always recommended that you consult your doctor when experiencing severe symptoms or after trauma, there are some biohacks that may help enhance your mood and happiness. Here’s a few to get you started…
Are you often tired and lethargic, not feeling quite right, or are you looking for sweet or salty food to give you that extra bit of energy to get you through the day? Are you also prone to allergies or sensitivities? Do you get moody?