3 Ways to Temper Your Temper

Another driver cut you off or your spouse says something that irks you; anger causes stress hormones to flood your bloodstream, causing your face to flush, your heart to race and your blood pressure to rise. According to the Berkeley Wellness Newsletter, there’s a large body of research that supports the idea that chronically angry people are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease.

3 Ways To See The Glass Half Full

Study after study has concluded that optimists tend to live longer. Not a half-full kind of person? Don’t despair, pessimism isn’t heredity. In fact, it’s something that can be changed in as little as a week, according to Prevention magazine.