Chi Happiness blocks monoamine oxidase action, increasing serotonin concentration. It also blocks serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine from being cleared from the synapse, increasing the concentration and effect of these neurotransmitters on the synapse.
Have you tried The Thymus Thump? Also known as the Happiness Point, some say it helps them to calm their nerves, and feel happier and healthier. This simple energy work involves tapping, thumping or rubbing on the thymus point. Read more on this blog. I've done some of this energy work, and people have reported some nice results... I suspect it has to do with centering yourself.
The body needs tyrosine to produce the neurotransmitters dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine - all brain chemicals that influence mood. Neurotransmitters are the way in which your brain cells communicate. In other words, these chemical messengers control how we think and feel. Tyrosine is the precursor to a class of neurotransmitters, which speed up brain activity. Dopamine plays a role in regulating energy, alertness and mental concentration.
Asparagus is one of the best veggie sources of folate, a B vitamin that could help keep you out of a mental slump. "Folate is important for the synthesis of the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine," says Dr. David Mischoulon, associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. All of these are crucial for mood.
Weight loss “miracle” supplement: Dr. Oz extols virtues of raspberry ketone- The key with this supplement is that it contains a hormone — adiponectin — that tricks your body into believing it’s thin. Ketone affects the metabolism by increasing the levels of adiponectin and norepinephrine. Increasing norepinephrine raises the body’s temperature, causing the body to burn more fat. Meanwhile, increased adiponectin lowers glucose levels.