Happiness and good health go together.
Scientific studies have shown that happiness can make our hearts healthier, and our immune systems stronger.
What is the definition of happiness?
Happiness is a state, rather than a trait. It isn’t a long-lasting, permanent feature or personality trait, but a more passing, changeable state.
Happiness generally sticks around for longer than a few moments at a time. Happiness is a feeling of contentment. Happiness is not an intense feeling such as joy, ecstasy, or bliss.
According to a study by Waldinger & Schulz, good relationships are a vital ingredient of happiness. When we are happy in our most important relationships (usually our partner, our children, our parents, other close family members, and our closest friends), we tend to be happier overall.
There are a few other factors, such as physical health, feeling positive and individual income, that are also important for overall happiness.
Can you learn to be happy?
Numerous studies have shown that yes, you can learn how to be happier.
You can learn how to be happier by:
improving your health
working on having high-quality relationships
finding ways to incorporate more positive feelings into your daily life
What are the health benefits of happiness?
There are a number of health benefits of happy people:
Improved heart health
Ability to deal with stress more effectively
Having a stronger immune system
Overall healthier lifestyle
There is a strong relationship between mental health and happiness.
Increased happiness, is likely to lead to increased health, better relationships, ability to make friends more easily, and find more success in life. Taking this into account it’s easy to see why happiness and mental health are related.
If you would like to discuss homeopathy and your health, feel free to book a free discovery call with me, or email me.
Is homeopathy for you?
Homeopathy is used all over the world for so many health issues.
Whether you have a big health issue that is stopping you from getting on with your life, or niggly health 'annoyances', feel free to contact me if you think I may be able to help.
I am always happy to hear from you.