Did you know… Gratitude can improve your health
Did you know gratitude can improve your health? The limits to gratitude’s health benefits are really in how much you pay attention to feeling and practicing gratitude, according to experts from the USC Marshall School of Business.
Evidence suggests that being grateful throughout the year can lead to better health and well-being, including better sleep, lower blood pressure and reduced symptoms of physical pain.
To truly derive long-lasting benefits, experts say you should make gratitude a part of your daily or weekly routine by expressing gratitude to those who don’t expect it and writing down a few things each day that make you grateful. In addition, gratitude can help us cope with stress and build stronger relationships.