Sometimes we are feeling very sick but actually, we don’t have any disease. We don’t have energy for anything. The main reason for these conditions can be depression, anxiety or just too many problems in your life.
Whether it is a chronic depression or just bad phase is your life, you should make some changes. Most people have some mental disorders because they don’t have enough love or money or understanding from family.
Maybe it is time to think more about yourself and your needs. You should go on a vacation because believe it or not, that will boost your health and happiness and the symptoms we mentioned above will fade away.
Here is an interesting article on this subject by Wendy Perrin from HuffPost.
5 Ways Science Says Travel Improves Your Health and Well-Being
How many vacation days do you have left this year? If it’s more than you can take in the two months remaining before year’s end, you’re hardly alone. Americans leave 429 million vacation days unused every year. In fact, as a nation we’re taking a week’s less vacation annually than we did 15 years ago. That’s the sobering research out of Project: Time Off, a group that is trying to persuade Americans that sufficient time away from work is vital to their health. Should you happen to use that time off to travel, you’ll likely boost your health and happiness even more. Here are five reasons why:
1. Planning a vacation increases your sense of well-being.
A 2002 study by professors at the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom found that we are happiest when we have a trip coming up. People who have a vacation on the horizon have a greater sense of well-being, and feel better about their health (as well as their family life and economic situation), than people who don’t. In fact, according to 2014 research from Cornell University, people derive more happiness from anticipating a travel experience than from anticipating possession of something they’re going to buy or acquire. Read the full artcile here.
Here is another one article which has been written by James Clear from BufferSocial and this one expand the things you must do today in order to be a happier person.
10 Things To Stop Doing Today to Be Happier, Backed by Science
I’m fascinated by the link between the way we live our daily lives and the health and happiness we enjoy.
There are choices that you make every day, some of which seem completely unrelated to your health and happiness, that dramatically impact the way you feel mentally and physically.
With that said, here are 10 common mistakes that can prevent you from being happy and healthy, and the science to back them up.
When the Buffer team explored the science of happiness before on this blog, the interest was overwhelming. So I hope this can provide equally valuable insights: Read the full artcile here.
We hope that we helped you with this article. If you still don’t have enough time or money to go on an exotic trip, maybe you should check thousand oaks corporate wellness programs or any other program at AIM Wellness Clinic. We are sure that their programs will help you to reduce your stress and feel more free and healthy.
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