Studies show that people who are more optimistic tend to have better physical health, lower risks of strokes and heart disease, and higher overall survival rates. They also have better emotional health, lower stress, lower percentages of depression, better relationships, and are better equipped to solve life’s problems. Dr. Amit Sood claims that human mind wanders for half to two-thirds of the day and we can measure happiness through validated happiness scales, assessment is subjective. The classic fight-or-flight reaction is mostly due to the three major stress hormones, adrenaline, cortisol and norepinephrine.
Studies show that mindful leaders mean happier employees.
better physical health, lower risks of strokes and heart disease, and higher overall survival rates.