Exercising to be Happy

Albert Einstein attributed his brilliant mind to having a childlike sense of humor. 

Why Exercise?

Keeping a gratitude journal not only helps people feel more positive, it has positive effects on their physical well-being. 

Science of Exercise & Happiness

In a study by Dr. Robert A. Emmons of the University of California, Davis, and Dr. Michael E. McCullough of the University of Miami, college students who wrote a few sentences about gratitude each week for 10 weeks were more positive and optimistic about their lives than those who wrote about irritations and frustrations. They also exercised more and had fewer visits to the doctor. 

Benefits of Exercise

The benefits of practicing gratitude are fairly well documented.  Gratitude has been shown to reduce the negative effects of stress, improve sleep, and cultivate positive emotions.

Foster a positive attitude

Increase enjoyment of life

Sleep better

 Increase patience 

Make better decisions 

Improve relationships 

Ease depression 

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