So many people in the world think that to be “healthy” is just to not eat bad food, to not smoke, etc. But there is more to being healthy than what you can’t do. You can do things to not only live a healthier life but to live a happier life too, which is why I chose this topic. I find it fascinating how you can be happy and healthy at the same time.Positive thinking is one of a fascinating secret to a happy and healthy life. Positive thinking is a mental attitude or personality where your general outcome is to make both yourself and others feel happy.
How can you be a positive thinker? Well, you can start by being open to humor. Giving yourself permission to smile and laugh can decrease your stress levels, especially during hard times. Follow a healthy lifestyle. Exercising three times a week can positively improve your mood and reduce stress. Identifies areas of change. To be more optimistic, identifying areas that you typically are negative about can help If you want to become more optimistic and engage in more positive thinking, first identify areas of your life that you typically think negatively about, whether it’s work, sports, or even your extracurricular activities. You can start small by focusing on one area to approach in a more positive way. Positive thinking can reduce your stress level by a ton when you have the right mindset. Positive thinking can also help you because it decreases depression, and can bring your rates of depression down. Another health benefit is that it can outcome to a better psychological and physical well-being.
Helen Keller was and is still one of the most inspiring notables in history. If you don’t know who Helen Keller is, she was a person who was both deaf and blind, but still managed to do things that even people who could see and hear couldn’t do, like write her own book, and earn a degree for the bachelor of arts. She is one of my biggest inspirations because even when she couldn’t see or hear anyone or anything, she stayed positive throughout her life, and always focused on what she had rather than what she didn’t have. Helen Keller once said: “I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.” This inspires us to celebrate what we have done already, rather than mourn over what we haven’t done yet.