the Winter has been long and dark. Perhaps you are one of those who has felt a little vinterdeprimeret?
If you are, there is advice to download, writes Iowa State University, in a news release, according to Science.dk.
A new study from Iowa State University shows that a daily walk of 12 minutes, where you think positive thoughts about others, is an effective method to get in better mood.
specifically tested the researchers various methods to examine what makes us happy.
the Participants - students from the university were divided into 4 groups, which in 12 minutes had to go around campus and look at people while they focused on four different things.A group of 127 students was to think: 'I want this person is happy' about the people they passed. A second group of 125 students would have to think about whether they might have something in common with them, they are so. A third group of 109 students was to think about how they even had it better than them, they saw.
The group, which was the happiest subsequently, was the group who had to think positive things about other people. They could tell that the post had less anxiety, felt more happiness and had more empathy than participants in the other groups.
the Researchers, therefore, calls for that each day go for a walk, where to look on behalf of others:
- When you walk around and think positive thoughts about others, so that reduces the man's own anxiety and increases its own happiness and sense of social unity. It is a simple strategy that does not take much time, and that you can incorporate in your everyday activities, says professor of psychology Douglas Gentile from Iowa State University in a press release, according to Science.dk.
One of the groups was to focus on how they even had it better than them, they walked past - and the group felt the least happy afterwards.
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