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Posted on 11-21-2017
A Little Gratitude Goes A Long Way
Holidays of gratitude like Thanksgiving give us more than just another opportunity to demonstrate our appreciation for things.
Modern science has proven that gratitude can improve your quality of life and help you live longer. We all know that stress can have detrimental effects on our health. However, it has now been shown that gratitude can help reduce our stress levels!
Dr. Robert Emmons, University of California Davis psychology professor and gratitude researcher, says that “feelings of thankfulness have tremendous positive value in helping people cope with daily problems."
Studies show that people with positives attitudes produce more protective blood cells than those who are pessimistic, thus they have healthier immune systems. This means grateful people recuperate more quickly after illnesses, and they become sick less often.
So, since it seems that expressing gratitude really does have health rewards, here are four simple steps to becoming more grateful:
Get into the habit of noticing the good things in your life and appreciating them – not only does it make you nicer to be around, it could increase your longevity and improve your life.
We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our community and help you and your loved ones live healthier lives. Happy Thanksgiving!
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