· Improved immune health – gratitude has been linked to optimism, which has shown to strengthen immune systems.
· Stress management – feeling grateful can help manage stress and decrease the risk of heart disease, cancer and other debilitating conditions.
· Improved sleep – studies show people who write down what they’re grateful for fall asleep and stay asleep faster.
· Help build relationships – being grateful is linked to building and strengthening social bonds with others, alleviating loneliness, which has been linked to heart disease.
May you approach every day with gratitude for a healthy mind and body!