How positive thinking affects our work, health and life?

The pandemic is everyone’s nightmare. It affects us emotionally, physically, mentally and even financially. It gives a great change in our lives. If you have less control of yourself it may cause you distress. I met someone prior to pandemic who had anxiety and it seemed nothing so serious about her condition. But now anxiety is very common already that it becomes an extreme mental concern or mental disorder. And when somebody is diagnosed with anxiety these days it is totally alarming.

However, keeping a positive mindset during this time is an effective self-practice. These are few of the health benefits of positive thinking according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Better stress management, greater resistance to the common cold, increased physical well-being, longer life span and lower rates of depression.

“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create”. – Roy T. Bennett

“I believe one of my strengths is my ability to keep negative thoughts out. I am an optimist”. – John Wooden

“The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible”. – Winston Churchill

Purple Bee Shop & Café also believes the power of positive thinking. We create a positive lifestyle to live a healthy life. Hence, we are promoting our Stingless Bee Honey with Pollen and Propolis that boosts immunity, relieves stress and promotes emotional balance.

I’m taking this regularly. This is my other way to boost my immune system and remain positive in life. Other way to detox to eliminate toxins. So Pure. So Healthy. All Natural. Sour but sweet. Loads of antioxidant and aids my digestive issues.

3 thoughts on “How positive thinking affects our work, health and life?

  1. Positive thinking and emotions ( or maybe stillness sometimes ) are very good and important in all situations but actions also are required sometimes and some severe depression cases may require medical care like antidepressant medications…

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