Effects of Positive thinking
Are you a positive thinker? Did you know the way perceive information can generally make you either much more happy, or upset depending on how you choose to see it? Whether you choose to see the good or bad in a situation is entirely up to you, and therefor thinking on a positive scale is one of the most important traits to have. These benefits include but are not limited to, a positive attitude, being happy, and good comes to those who look for the better.
Having a positive attitude does not only affect you but as well as the people who are around you. Have you ever been in a great mood but then there was someone who came along to ruin that mood of yours? Well do not be that guy! The Atlantic actually briefly discusses how a better attitude could change the way you feel. “When your state of mind is generally optimistic, you’re able to handle everyday in a more constructive way. That ability may contribute to the widely observed health benefits of positive thinking.” Positive attitudes could be seen almost as a chain reaction. If you are in a good mood, you will be nice to other people, then those people will act more nice to other and so on. This is a wonderful chain reaction to start because who can deny the support or helpful thinking from another person?
This being said, you could easily say that the majority of the population strive to become happy. Without that people would easily become discouraged in a new hobby, finding love, picking your favorite shirt at the store, eating healthy, the list goes on. It almost always comes back to being happy. Mayo Clinic has actually came up with a list of some benefits to a better outlook. In their article, Positive Thinking: Release stress, by eliminating negative self-attack. “ Increased life span, lower rate of depression, lower rate of distress, greater resistance to common cold, better psychological, and physical well-being, reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease,...