Gratitude and your health

Gratitude and your health

Practicing gratitude can change your brain.

It’s easy to fall into the mindset of noticing what went wrong each day, but when we take the time to acknowledge the good around us, the world can start to look very different.

Gratitude is a positive emotion that is often overlooked. It's a simple and free tool to feel, appreciate, and become aware of the present moment.
Gratitude puts you in a receiving state, supports your parasympathetic nervous system, lowers stress hormones, builds resilience to adapt to challenges, and creates strong relationships.

If you're having a hard time practicing gratitude, We encourage you to keep a journal and make a practice of asking yourself these questions everyday:

What was the best part of the day?
Who or what do I have to be thankful for today?
What do I have to look forward to?

Gratitude is a practice.

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