Happy Heart

Posted: May 23, 2012 in Le coeur pour la vie
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In our busy schedule is important to find a time to relax and unwind doing something that doesn’t require much effort. I highly suggest put your iPhones, iPad or Kindle away, and visit your local book store slash coffee shop, grab a book and dip yourself into a world of fantasy, travel or biographies that are so wonderfully written in original hardbacks of good’all books.
I enclosed a picture of a bookstore that I discovered this morning in Boscombe, UK “The Crooked Book” highly recommended if you happens to visit south west coast of England.

* Save bookstores for the sake of our healthy hearts!!

Bellow is a very good article from – Dr. Cindy Haines of HealthDay TV

“Having a positive outlook doesn’t just boost your spirits; it may also keep your heart happy.

* Experts keep finding new links between our emotional and physical health. In a new report in the Psychological Bulletin, a pair of Harvard researchers takes a closer look at how optimism may keep our hearts healthy.

* After reviewing earlier studies, they conclude that people with so-called “positive psychological well-being” have a lower risk of heart disease. The element that seems to be especially helpful is optimism. Last year, these same researchers found that out of a group of nearly 8,000 men and women, those with the highest levels of optimism were 27-percent less likely to develop coronary heart disease. People with an upbeat outlook tend to have a healthier lifestyle, which may help explain this connection, according to the researchers.

*Even if you’re not naturally optimistic, small changes in your life can help brighten your outlook:

* Regular exercise can help relieve depression.
* Yoga can be especially useful for helping your mind and body work together.
* And spending a few moments every day to feel grateful for the good things in your life can help you learn to focus on the positive.”


  1. Great blog, thanks for share this article with us

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