There’s more to gratitude than appreciating what you have; it’s also scientifically proven to be good for your overall health and wellness.
1. Improved Health
Grateful people report fewer aches and pains and are more likely to go to the doctor for a checkup.
2. Improved Sleep
Want to get a better night’s sleep? Write down what you’re grateful for at the end of the day. Science shows those who express gratitude sleep better and longer than their peers.
3. Boost Your Self-Esteem
People who express gratitude have higher self-esteem than those who don’t.
4. More Empathy
When you’re grateful, you’re more likely to help others and are less likely to exhibit aggression or hostile behavior.
5. More Resiliency
Grateful people tend to be more resilient than their peers.
It pays to be grateful! Has being grateful had an positive benefits in your life?
The Logan Team
Serving NOT Selling, Customers and Clients
Herrington and Company, LLC