In this article, WEBMD talks about the power of positive thinking and the strength of having a great attitude.
You probably know that exercise and diet are important when it comes to aging well. But there is something else you control that can help you along: a positive attitude.
Research shows more and more that your approach to life may be just as important in making your “golden years” your best years.
Aging: It’s in Your Mind
Growing older brings with it some natural changes (think those creaky knees). But folks who see good years ahead and who don’t accept stereotypes about aging — such as you’re less useful — may actually live longer.
And there’s science to back that up.
One study found that thinking positively about getting older can extend lifespan by assistinghands.com/7/healthy-aging/guide/surprising-secret-healthy-aging#1″ target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>READ MORE.