In this video, Dr. Berkelhammer mentions the research demonstrating the correlation between authentic gratitude and health. In epidemiological studies, after controlling for potential confounding factors, those people who practice and genuinely feel appreciation or gratitude for others every day tend to have better health and states of well-being. A recommended mindfulness practice is to notice how often you take someone for granted.
Video: Practice Gratitude for Health and Wellbeing
July 31, 2013 at 9:00 am
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