WebMD has an intriguing article about how our thankfulness can affect our health. The article suggests that if you want to get healthier, give thanks. Here is an excerpt:
“Grateful people take better care of themselves and engage in more protective health behaviors like regular exercise, a healthy diet, regular physical examinations,” Emmons tells WebMD. Emmons is a psychology professor and he explains how “gratitude research” is showing that people who live with gratitude as a permanent trait, instead of a temporary state of mind, can cope better with stress, and therefore are healthier all around.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Here’s to a heart full of gratitude and a healthier you! We at Belladerm are grateful for the chance to serve you. Thank you for putting your trust in us!
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