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A recent study has shown that people who express gratitude more often have better heart health, particularly less inflammation and healthier heart rhythms.
With the holiday season in full-force, it’s important to take time to be thankful for what we have and to share with others.
What are you grateful for?
Dedicate a few minutes a day to reflecting on the things for which you’re grateful. Not only will you feel more fulfilled – your heart will thank you for it!
For more on this gratitude study, read the full article here.