Did you know that gratitude can have a tremendous impact on your health? A recent study, titled “The Role of Gratitude in Spiritual Well-Being in Asymptomatic Heart Failure Patients,” found that it plays an important part in overall well-being.
The study found that being thankful helped improve the health of heart disease patients.
This has wider implications, and researchers believe it can help anyone. So, you don’t have to be a heart disease patient to benefit from showing gratitude to others. Anyone can be thankful and see improvements in their health.
Try these strategies to use gratitude to benefit your health:
1. Understanding the heart of gratitude. Being thankful is an important part of staying healthy.
2. How to show gratitude to your loved ones. The people who are closest to you need to know you appreciate them.
3. How to show gratitude to your coworkers. They spend hours with you and need to know you appreciate them.
4. How to show gratitude for yourself. Recognize the great things that are happening in your life and be thankful for them each day.
5. How to show gratitude to strangers. You may not know their name or life story, but the strangers you meet throughout the day can also benefit from gratitude.
6. And of course, don’t forget to express your gratitude to Spirit (Divine, God, Creator, Allah, Universe…)
Gratitude is an important part of life, and showing it to others can help strengthen your health. It’s crucial to note the positive things occurring every day. There are many ways to be thankful, so you can share the joy with others.
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Dr. Jane San Juan is a heart-centered cranial chiropractor, acupuncturist and a certified EFT tapping coach serving the Santa Monica and West Los Angeles community.