’11 Tips to Help You Think More Positively’ by Paul Sloane

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAFound the Lifehack website which is well worth a look. The blog here is an example of what you will find on the website.

In a study at the Mayo clinic in Rochester, Minnesota patients were given a personality test that assessed their levels of optimism and pessimism. The progress of the patients was measured over 30 years, and it was found that the optimists lived longer than average for their age and gender while the pessimists had a shorter than average life.

Researchers found that optimism strengthens the immune system and helps people to adopt healthier lifestyles. Optimists feel better about themselves and take better care of themselves, while pessimists confirm their fears by having higher blood pressure, more anxiety and depression.

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