Happiness Facts

10 facts tagged with Happiness Facts

Happiness is contagious; surrounding yourself with happier people will make you happier too.
Karl Pillemer, a professor, performed a study on thousands of elderly people and what advice they had about life. On happiness, there was a consensus: “the elders viewed happiness as a choice, not the result of how life treats you.”
Money can buy happiness, but researchers have found that its emotional well-being benefits max out at a salary of about 75K a year.
Acts of kindness make us happier and healthier.
Women who play video games tend to have more sex and be happier with their relationships than those who don’t.
The key to happiness is spending your money on experiences rather than possessions, according to studies.
Eating a banana can cheer you up!
Those who get out of bed by 7am are more likely to be thinner and happier.
Research has determined that most people are happiest at 7:26pm on a Saturday night.
Chocolate is associated with the release of serotonin, the hormone that makes you feel relaxed, calm, and happy.
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