Exercise to boost your mood!


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Photo: Margareta Bloom Sandebäck © Aftonbladet Wellness

We’ve all experienced negative moods – whether it’s feeling feeling sad after receiving some bad news or feeling lost and depressed. such feelings impact on how we think.

So do you need an emotional lift? Or need to blow off some steam after a stressful day?

A workout at the gym or a walk can help. Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed. You may also feel better about your appearance and yourself when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem.

Adding more cardio to your life will boost your productivity, rev your energy, and turn you into an unstoppable success machine.

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Exercise has another vital role, It signals the release of several key hormones, including serotonin, the famed mood booster; dopamine, which affects learning and attention; and norepinephrine, which influences attention, perception, motivation, and arousal.

Yesterday night I prepared my gym clothes and sat my alarm clock and decided to join again the BodyFit class which was instructed by David and Jamie.

Exercise always affected my level of happiness, and I feel the  rushing through. what a JOY 🙂

If you would love to hear more on how exercise and happiness work together, feel free to ask questions or share your thoughts.

You can also find the BodyFit class and many more at: http://www.d-flex.se

Love ❤

9 INSTA – 2015


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A assortment from my Instagram feed of the most important things that happened to me over the year! I often get the question where I get my inspiration, and the answer is that I get it from random yet usually powerful events or emotions in my life. But first of all, without any doubt, my inspiration comes with traveling and exploring new places, knowing new people and having new friends. What is your biggest inspiration source?

I have been Been running around all the year and it was really a tough year for me. But most of the important things in my world have been accomplished because of people who I met and supported me. I’m grateful to all of you!

Tough times never last, but tough people do and we shall survive, grew stronger and stay alive to enjoy life.

Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram If you’re not! @selnadeem

G’night 

PS: Get your 2015 best nine on Instagram! http://2015bestnine.com 

A personal approach to cancer .. Smile to life!!


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Many of us judge others over small or bigger issues but don’t admit it, and we often hear the typical clichés like “I don’t mean to judge”, “who am I to judge?” and “I am not one to judge”.

The refusal to judge is considered admirable, as it demonstrates that you are a tolerant and progressive person open to all points of view.

When I published my story last year and how I loved living healthy, I got some negative judgmental comments about my life and about my photos while those people didn’t even think for a moment that they don’t know anything about me.

I know you can’t please everyone. No matter what you are, who you are or how you look, these types of people will always criticize. It’s not so much that they don’t like you, it’s that they don’t like themselves and this causes them to try to put everyone else down around themselves .. They just can’t be happy for others because they’re unhappy with themselves. Because if they were happy why would they want to make others feel crap about themselves.

Do you know how hard hair loss after cancer treatment can be, especially for young single women. The cancer drugs did cause hair thinning to mine.

I felt it is so hard to cope with the loss of my hair. So I have to apply hair extension till I can achieve a healthy head which will allow to my hair to grow naturally again.

I’m no perfect, maybe I’m a perfectionist, because of my passion towards becoming the best that I can be.

Exercise and healthy eating became an important part of my life and so I decided to live my life healthy and happy.

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I am always asked how cancer has changed my life, and my answer is simply this; in many ways, cancer was a gift .

In the beginning it was incredibly hard and confusing. I didn’t know what was going to happen and I was very scared. You’re forced to really think about life and death and everything in between. It was terrifying. But slowly and surely as I learned more, as I educated myself, I felt better.  It forced me to think about who I am and who I want to be.

It has given me clarity of purpose, and that is to live my life smiling. It has given me clarity of conscience, to have the best attitude each and every day.

I smile because I try to face hard, shitty life with a smile and positive attitude but this doesn’t make me perfect or have a perfect life.

I gave up trying to please others years ago. I just aim to make myself happy .. And I tell you what, I freaking LOVE myself!! So embrace what you want to be and ignore the people who have a problem with it!!

xoxo