Saturday, 30 April 2016

Random statistics about better health and keeping journals

  • The ones who kept gratitude journals scored better on measures of mental health and general well-being than those who kept only routine notes about their days.
  • Patients with asymptomatic heart failure who kept gratitude journals experienced better mood, better sleep, less fatigue and less inflammation. 
  • Couples who recorded their feelings of appreciation for their partner's actions boosted happiness, romance and satisfaction in their relationships.
What I want to say? Buy a journal. Write at least few minutes every day. Simply list three or five things you are grateful for it. Enjoy a long, happy life.

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