Glass Half Full: Why It’s Good to be Optimistic!

Glass Half Full: Why It’s Good to be Optimistic!

Jan 22, 2016

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Glass Half Full: Why It’s Good to be Optimistic!

why it's good to be optimisticIs your glass half empty or half full?

There's good news for people who are undoubtedly optimistic: better health and a better life! If you're Debbie-Downer and always assume the worst, you may want to shift your focus to more positive thinking. In the depths of winter, it can be easy to slip into negative thoughts. However, doctors are now urging people to replace these thoughts with happier ones. If you preserve with looking for the good, instead of the bad, it will eventually become a habit! Not convinced? These positive lifestyle benefits will help you to turn your frown upside down!
  • Improved health According to new research, having a positive outlook on life could provide you with better heart health. This means a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, better blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and healthier BMIs.
  • More likely to succeed Studies show that positivity and a happier outlook will increase your chances of success. Optimism is linked to less stress but increased productivity. Studies have shown that people who are encouraged to think positivity before a maths test did better than others.
  • Slimming down When we're feeling negative, we instinctively turn to sugary and fatty foods to give our bodies a quick burst of energy and feel-good hormones. Thus, in turn, happier people don't feel the need to turn to junk food for comfort, meaning that their waistband doesn't increase.
Once you have developed the habit of feeling happier, you're more likely to stick with it for the long-haul. Ready to start seeing the glass as half full? Benefit your life and protect your health and finances with a tailored insurance policy. Contact Bell Black Insurance in Rexburg, Idaho for all of your insurance needs!