There was a recent article about how we can choose to be happy or not. I did agree with it – but I think it needed to add one important bullet point. Here is what they had:
- People whose life goals focus on family and helping others tend to be happier than those whose priorities are primarily making money and career advancement.
- People whose spouses are emotionally healthy tend to be happier than those whose spouses are emotionally troubled.
- Respondents who work just about the number of hours a week they prefer, neither too many nor too few, tend to be happier than those who work too much or too little.
- People who go to church and exercise regularly tend to be happier than those who don’t.
- And finally, those with more social connections tend to be happier than those with fewer.
Mine would be: People who maintain their health by getting an annual exam or tests done by professionals tend to be happier than those who don’t.
I would have to say it’s quite difficult to remain happy if you have an ailment keeping you down. And many times you may not even know what exactly is ailing you. That’s one of the reasons we created our website to begin with – to provide an outlet to get an heath checkup anytime you want. It’s quick and convenient – just click here to find out more and help keep yourself happy!