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Mental health, blood pressure & happiness

Researchers from Warwick University have found that measuring mental health and blood pressure is a better indicator of happiness than Gross Domestic Product

The existing scientific literature shows that those who experience high levels of psychological well-being have lower levels of hypertension.  The researchers measured these two variables in people from 16 European countries and found that there was indeed a link. They found that those who were happy  had objectively low blood pressure. To read more click here

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