Positive approach to life and good-natured people enjoy better cardiovascular health

January 12, 2015 7:15 AM

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A research involving 5,100 participants and published in the journal Wellbeing Behavior and Policy Critique has suggested that folks who have a sunny and positive outlook to life enjoy a better cardiovascular health – a pleasure that might not be open to overly pessimistic people.

The total health score of 5,100 participants aged 45 to 85 were taken – based on their mental health, levels of optimism, and physical well being – and researchers found optimistic people fare much better health-wise, with greater chances of living longer than sultry and negative people.

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