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4. Building Positivity

In the previous chapter, we looked at the foundational traits that have been shown to be linked with happiness and optimism as well as ways you can cultivate these traits in yourself.

In this chapter, we will look at some additional approaches you can use that also promote happiness and well-being.

1. Positivity and Its Benefits

Who doesn’t want to be happy? Being happy and having a sense of well-being are desirable in and of themselves, of course, but the field of positive psychology is showing us that there is more to it than that. The happiest, most positive people also tend to be among the

Can the Foods Your Eat Affect Your Mood?

Does food affect your mood? The fact is that we aren’t disconnected at the neck, and what’s good for our bodies is good for our minds—and vice versa. Research shows that what you eat—and whether you’re eating regularly—can affect your mood. Scientists have known for years about the gut-brain axis,

Cold Weather Can Affect Your Heart Health

You likely spend much of the winter season worrying about seasonal flu, but recent research underlines the fact that your heart health also is vulnerable when the mercury falls. The study suggests that cool, windy, and dark winter days may raise the risk of heart attack.

For the study (JAMA Cardiology,

What Is Depression? Symptoms Tell the Story

What Is Depression? Symptoms Tell the Story

Depression is a disorder that negatively affects mood, thoughts, and behavior. It is also known as “major depressive disorder” or “clinical depression,” and for a diagnosis to be made, symptoms must have been present for at least two weeks. It is a common but serious mood disorder, but with appropriate

Butter vs. Margarine: Which Is Healthier?

Butter vs. Margarine: Which Is Healthier?

Toast without butter is like macaroni without cheese—sad and incomplete. Same goes for popcorn, especially at the movie theater. For years, though, we’ve been told to cut butter from our diets. Those delectable, creamy French dishes a la Julia Child are frowned upon by nutrition experts and cardiologists. Now we’re

How To Fight Depression: 6 Steps to Higher Spirits

How To Fight Depression: 6 Steps to Higher Spirits

Depression manifests differently in everyone. Some people, especially the elderly, may think that feeling depressed is a natural part of aging. But depression isn’t normal at any age. How to fight depression? Whether you’re 18 or 80, you can take many lifestyle strategies to help yourself feel better quickly.
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Ask the Doctor: Dizziness; Fit and Fat; Depression Risk

Q:I sometimes feel dizzy when I stand up. What might be causing that?
A: It’s possible you have a condition called orthostatic hypotension (OH), which is a type of low blood pressure that occurs upon standing and can result in feeling dizzy. When you stand up, especially quickly from a lying down

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