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Health and Emotions

How would you like to have your physician be able to prescribe something that would give you better health, sounder sleep, less anxiety, less depression, and even better self-esteem? Sound good? It’s here, it’s real, and it works! How much would you be willing to pay? What if I told you it’s also free?

Let me share some of the health improvement discoveries centered around emotions that modern science has now confirmed:

1 - Psychology Today reports there’s mounting evidence that how people behave with their fellow humans is linked to how often they suffer from sickness and disease. Anxiety, anger, fear, and other negative emotions can affect hormone secretions so they inhibit the functioning of the immune system. Meanwhile love, hope, joy and laughter boost the immune system.

2 - A UPI report states “Studies indicate that generous people have fewer health problems.” Grateful people fall asleep faster, sleep more soundly, and wake-up feeling more refreshed.

3 - A Boston University report showed that simply viewing a film clip of Mother Teresa helping the sick and dying in Calcutta was sufficient to temporarily boost the immune systems of the students who watched it.

4 - A study at Johns Hopkins University revealed that men and women in love had fewer colds than those that were not in love.

5 - Numerous scientific studies reported by the University of New Mexico show that acts of kindness create a “Helper’s High” due to the release of the body’s natural painkillers, endorphins, which decrease both the intensity and the awareness of physical pain.

6 - There are literally hundreds of “How To” books that say you have to have this, or look like that, to have self-esteem. But studies have found that an Attitude of Gratitude makes you more than just feel good, it actually enhances self-esteem, and replaces a whole host of negative emotions. Anyone can benefit.

Do you realize the implications of these findings? In the future, instead of a pill, a potion, or a shot, your physician may prescribe serving, volunteering, forgiving, and counting your blessings for what ails you.

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