Did you know… grateful people sleep better
Did you know grateful people sleep better? Writing in a gratitude journal could be the key to a good night’s sleep, according to a study published in Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being.
The study found that spending 15 minutes each evening writing in a gratitude journal helped participants sleep better and worry less at bedtime.
The positive effect of gratitude on sleep has also been found in other studies. By focusing on the good things in life, an attitude of gratitude can help keep negative thoughts and worry at bay. More incentive to make gratitude a habit of thought all year round!