Did you know that getting into a gratitude practice brings its share of mental and physical health benefits? Taking time each day to focus on what you have to be thankful about releases calming, feel-good chemicals in the brain. It’s a perfect activity to help you wind down after a busy day and ease into the bedtime hour prepared for a restful, sound sleep.
A Gratitude Journal Will Set You on the Path to a More Grateful Life
Over time, keeping up with a gratitude practice will help you relieve stress and improve focus. Studies have shown that people who commit to a daily gratitude practice enjoy the following:
- Feeling calmer in general
- Decrease in anxiety
- Less likely to become depressed
- Deeper, more restful sleep
- Improved ability to concentrate
- Relationships are less strained
- Communication is easier and less stressful
- Getting more done in the course of a day
- Improved immune function
Lynette of Thrive Anywhere has a beautiful, gratitude themed journal that you can offer to clients as a paid product, group coaching challenge, or use one on one in your work with clients.
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