Scientists: happiness prolongs life

In the Lancet published the results of a study from which it is clear that any influence the level of happiness in the human life span has not. Happy people, according to the results, most do not live longer than unhappy. The primary factor, believes Professor from the University of NSW, is the level of health. From it already depends on how happy you may feel yourself.

"Diseases that make us miserable, but that doesn't mean that unhappiness provoke the illness," conclude the experts. For 10 years they studied the effect of happiness on health outcomes. The results contradict most other studies. The real risk of decline in life expectancy have other factors: Smoking, low physical activity, unhealthy food and genetic predisposition to certain diseases.

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