Tip: Optimistic vs Pessimistic

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that pessimists and people with depression have a 30% increase risk of developing dementia.

Optimist vs PessimistResearchers at the Mayo Clinic found that pessimists and people with depression have a 30% increase risk of developing dementia.

A Dutch study found that adults with optimistic disposition, people who expect good things to happen rather than bad things, live longer than those who tended to expect gloom and doom.

Call to Action:

As you go through the holidays and start a New Year, don’t dwell on the negative and bad things, but rather be optimistic and positive, especially about the situations you do not have control over.

To your wellness,

Lynn

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