Gratitude is a simple and effective practice and the benefits are real and attainable. many of us know this in our hearts, but now its proven by modern sciences. Gratitude creates a healthier, happier and more fulfilling state of being for any one who takes a few moments to feel and reflects on it.
We are consuming a consistent dose of bad news, surprises and crises one after another, which negatively impacts our physical and mental health, happiness and speeds up our aging process as well. To counteract the negative impacts, we can simply apply a straight forward strategy of, appreciating the good in our lives.
This shift in the thinking processes of viewing the desirable aspects of our life to the, appreciating the good in our life, have a very positive effects upon our psychology. It balances our heart rhythms, soothes our nervous system, boost our immune system and hormonal equilibrium and, surprisingly, boost the production of anti-aging components DEHA in our lives. A long term association with this mode of life leads to,
- Decrease in stress levels.
- Improvement in quality of sleep.
- helps in occurrence of depression.
- indirectly helps to protects us from the devastating effects of stress, like cardiovascular diseases, mental illness, auto-immune disturbances and in summary, help us to prevent the health destroying syndrome.