Let's Be More Grateful:Let's Get Healthier

"If you could bottle gratitude, you could change the world," says blogger Rachel Emma Silverman.
According to a  research  published by Harvard Medical School, people who express gratitude more often (towards people or towards nature ) are much healthier than others and their physician visits were observed to much lesser in number.

The Harvard Medical School publishes, "Gratitude helps people refocus on what they have instead of what they lack. As a result, gratitude also helps people connect to something larger than themselves as individuals -- whether to other people, nature, or a higher power."

The always-accessible and free-for-use drug, as Wes Davis, mentions in his article really helped him improve his health and quality of life once he started practicing this theory.He starts his day with an attempt upon counting the number of blessings he has got. He ends up thanking and helping people more, getting up more in return. He also mentions how company officials starts liking his attitude and start offering him a job.


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