There is always something to be thankful for…friends, family, memories and more. And it’s good for YOUR health to think about it. What are you thankful for? Taking time to think about the question can actually be good for your health.
“Research suggests that individuals who feel grateful experience lower blood pressure, improved immune functions, recover more quickly from illness, and can more effectively cope with stress,” explains Shilagh Mirgain, PhD, a health psychologist with UW Health (University of Wisconsin). Read more at: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/11/17/4-reasons-gratitude-good-you/875588001/