Optimists are more likely to live longer than those who have a more negative approach to life, a US study has found.
Positive people were more likely to live to the age of 85 or more.
The theory is that optimists may find it easier to control emotions and so be protected from the effects of stress.
And researchers said pessimists could benefit from doing things like imagining a future where everything turns out well. Continue reading.
Originally posted on BBC Health.
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