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Monday, May 16, 2011

Can Positive Thinking Help Healthy Aging?

Aging is a divine and beautiful expression of life, but how to attain it? Different people give different solutions, but the simplest method that comes to mind is whether positive thinking can help healthy aging? The answer is definitely yes. To practice positive thinking for healthy aging, we should know the art of letting go the negativity in us. ‘Forgive and forget’ is the best policy to inculcate a positive mindset. Negative thinking leads to anxiety, tension and stress, resulting in poor health and we become prone to diseases like high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, etc., thus spoiling the healthy aging process.

Our thoughts influence our health

Positive thoughts condition the brain positively and our body follows the commands of our brain. Negative thoughts create negative vibrations which set a pessimistic mind frame. If we grow old mentally, we grow old physically too as the aging process gets accelerated. Harboring negative thoughts in your mind is a sure way to invite depression and fear that do not allow you to enjoy the wonderful experience of aging process.

Health Benefits

Positive thinking can give great health benefits needed most in old age. We should watch our thoughts because our thoughts become our words, words become actions and our actions culminate in our well being. Growing in age is a natural phenomena but a person with positive thinking never gets old by heart and thus always remains in good spirits and pink of health, and becomes a messenger of happy thoughts.

Think positive for healthy physical growth

People who age well are those who live with positive thinking. We can change our lives the way we want by controlling our thought process, thus sowing the seeds of happy and healthy aging process. Even in adverse situations only positive thinking helps healthy aging, so, change your mind set before it is too late and reap the benefits of healthy aging.


1 comment:

Richard said...

I feel that although positive thinking is not a cure-all, it definitely gets people much farther in life than negative thinking.

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