UCLA’s Alex Korb takes a look at the neuroscience of giving thanks:
“Please take a moment to be grateful for this article you are about to read. I’ll wait… Seriously though, it can have a profound impact on your life (the whole being grateful thing that is … the effect of the article is less certain).
…Gratitude, particularly if practiced regularly, can keep you healthier and happier. In this article I’ll share the results of four studies that show how gratitude can, among other things, help you exercise more, sleep better and be happier.”
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