Saturday, March 12, 2011

High Blood Pressure Lowered with Special Ingredient

Health Benefits of Lauren McGlynn, Guideposts Magazine

Forgiveness is good for you.

That's a fact.  Research shows that the act of forgiving can lead to better overall health.

A study by the Department of Psychology at the University of Tennessee found forgiveness to be associated with stress relief, lower heart rate and decreased blood pressure.

Other studies have linked forgiveness to a deduction in physical complaints such as aches and pains, improved sleep quality and strengthened spirituality.  The reverse is also true. 

Holding on to resentment can lead to higher blood pressure, muscle tension and depression.  The person who forgives and the person who's forgiven aren't the only ones who benefit.  There's a ripple effect.

Those who forgive are also much more likely to volunteer or donate to charity.

By Lauren McGlynn, Editorial Intern, Guideposts Magazine, March 2011

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