Saturday, July 10, 2010

Can Happiness Save Your Health?

Happiness and other positive emotions, why are they important for your health?

There is a study that came out this year that said Happiness Breeds Healthy Hearts, Cuts Cardiac Risk

By focusing on things that make us feel better and happier, we are doing something good for our bodies. In a nut shell, feel better, live better.

So why not take a moment and think about some of the things that make you happy; a baby giggling, a new bride dancing with her husband for the first time. Acing a test or bowling a strike. There are so many simple things in life that make us smile and cause us to feel happy.

 Focusing on your heart and positive feelings can have a beneficial effect on your mind and body.

HeartMath's Quick Coherence® technique helps you get back to these positive feelings anytime, any where. Using emWave® products with this technique shows you when your heart is responding to these positive emotions.

One person who knows a great deal about the importance of happiness and the benefits of HeartMath techniques and emWave products is Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of HAPPY FOR NO REASON: 7 Steps to Being Happy from the Inside Out and Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul.

Here is what she has to say about HeartMath:

SPONSORED POST: This post is brought to you by HearthMath, makers of the emWave Personal Stress Reliever. This is a product that I use daily and was recommended to me by my doctor to help me manage my dysautonomia symptoms.

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Migrainista said...

Love this!

Barkha said...

Couldn't agree more. Your post is the ultimate truth of life. I agree that self worth and happiness that makes our life worth is more important than jut the net worth.
Thanks for sharing

Laura said...

Love this post, I strongly believe in the power of happiness and the importance of taking time out to reflect on what you are grateful for.

Thanks for popping over to my blog, Project Feel Good, and providing helpful feedback. I've taken what you said on board. I agree that sometimes my posts are too long and I know that I prefer to read shorter punchier posts so thanks for your honesty, really appreciate it.