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The Science of Gratitude

  The new concept of gratitude has cropped up quite a bit in recent months; in light of the pandemic taking over our lives. It is a simple strategy that is scientifically proven to help improve stress, resilience, relationships, your mental health and much more! First, let’s start off; what is gratitude? Gratitude is defined in the dictionary as “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.”  By giving thanks, our brain releases chemicals called dopamine and serotonin which are the key neurotransmitters in charge of our emotions! Immediately, it helps us to feel happy and improves our mood greatly. What exactly does it help? It strengthens our relationships with people and opens the door to new ones. Improves your physical and mental health. Enhances empathy and reduces aggression. Improves your self esteem. And many more! So as you can see gratitude is nothing but good; so why don’t you try it? Here are ways that you can implement it into y

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