Being Thankful Has Health Benefits

Appreciating the good things in your life can help you improve your relationships, lead to better health and more overall happiness.  At Thanksgiving, it’s a good time to step back and look at the gratitude in your life. Your health benefits in several ways when you’re thankful.

  1. reduces stress
  2. improves relationships
  3. helps counter depression

Ways to be a more thankful person

  1. keep a gratitude journal
  2. write thank you notes
  3. contemplate nature
  4. adopt an optimistic nature and outlook

Author: Kevin Walker

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