The Secret to Longevity

Being optimistic may lead to a longer life. 
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Being optimistic may lead to a longer life. (Image: krystian_o via Compfight cc)

Race, climate, food, and customs vary in different regions of the world, but one thing remains unchanged—namely, people who live a long life are optimistic, cheerful, good-natured, and easy-going.

Scientific research has shown that a mental state of uninterrupted high tension, or a long period of depression, worry, or a repressed state, can directly result in death, or premature aging.

A 2009 Nobel Prize winner of physiology concluded that if people want to live 100 years, a reasonable diet accounts for 25%, other factors for 25%, while your psychological balance accounts for 50%!

To achieve psychological balance, you can exercise daily, eat a healthy diet, and keep positive thoughts with the help of a meditation practice or spiritual guidance; whatever you choose, I hope you will be on the path to longevity with me.

Source: http://www.q1212.cn/page132

With research from Monica and Aizhu

 

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