We all want to be happy, positive, feel calm at the end of the day. Most of us wake up with a list of tasks to complete throughout the day, without including taking care of our bodies. Give your body the rest that it needs and don’t forget to find happiness in little things. Hormones produced and released by glands in our body systems coordinate nearly all of your body's processes; including metabolism, growth, and development, emotions, sexual function, and even sleep. It is surprising to learn that hormones can also influence your mood. Certain hormones are responsible for making you feel the way you do. Happy hormones can make you feel happy. A healthy diet and lifestyle can aid in the production of these feel-good hormones. Continue reading to learn how to boost the levels of mood enhancers. One essential purpose of these hormones is, they help to regulate our mood, alleviate stress, and inhibit emotional distress, while others promote positive emotions such as happiness, pleasure, bonding, and trust: the main chemicals that make our mood happy are Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, Endorphins. Spend some time outside in the sun to boost your serotonin levels. It boosts the production of serotonin and endorphins. Regular exercise helps raises dopamine and serotonin levels. It is an excellent way to increase happy hormones. "The laughter is the best medicine." It cannot cure any medical condition but help us relieve anxiety and stress and improve our mood by increasing dopamine and endorphin levels.