According to a study, more life happiness is associated with significantly better psychological and physical health.
A person’s entire assessment of their own life, including their relationships, work, completed goals, and capacity to manage daily living, is referred to as their level of satisfaction with life. It is frequently compared to present-day joy. But a lot of things that are simpler to alter affect life satisfaction. Along with professions, hobbies, learning to savor life, establishing goals, being in nature, and even reflecting on terrible life occurrences, relationships unquestionably have a significant impact on life satisfaction. In the end, people feel more content when they accept and adjust to circumstances that cannot be changed. The findings of the current study are based on a survey of nearly 13,000 Americans over 50. Each was asked to assess their health and well-being, and four years later, a follow-up was conducted. First author of the study, Dr. Eric Kim, stated: Life satisfaction is a person’s assessment of their own life based on the elements they find most important. Life satisfaction can be increased on both an individual and a collective national level, even if it is influenced by genetics, social variables, and shifting life circumstances.