Think back to a happy memory. Maybe the sun was shining, maybe you accomplished something or maybe the memory was a celebration. Now think of how you feel when you remember this memory. You probably have a warm feeling inside along with a slight smile.

Thinking back to fond memories make us feel good and new research now suggests that travelling down memory lane can help lower your depression.

Positive memories may help improve depression
The new findings were published in Nature and they reveal that positive memory is linked with a boost in mood.

The research was conducted on male mice. When the male mice were with female mice neurons were activated in their brain because they were enjoying themselves. For 10 days after the male and female mice encounter, the male mice were isolated from the females. During that time the mice didn’t struggle when picked up by their tails and likewise drank regular water and ignored the sugar water – sugar water for the mice was commonly preferred.


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