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‘Tis the season for spending winter nights curled up next to the fireside, drinking hot chocolate, spending time with the family, and giving and receiving gifts. While the hustle and bustle of Christmas shopping can bring added stress and anxiety to the season, studies have found that there are a lot of health benefits of giving.
What are the health benefits of giving?
When you give to others, you can receive many health benefits you may not be aware of. Here are some researched-backed benefits of giving:
Ways to give back to others
While giving gifts in the traditional way can make you feel happier, there are many other ways you can give back and make a difference in the lives of others. Here are a couple of suggestions:
The health benefits of giving can make a lasting difference in your overall health and happiness. While giving gifts can improve your mental and physical health, maintaining a healthy diet and exercising daily are also important practices in helping you stay healthy long term. If you are looking for a physician to help in these and other areas, browse our website to find your next primary care provider.
Lindsey LeBaron has been working as the Marketing Assistant for Revere Health for the past three years. Lindsey has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences at Brigham Young University and will graduate with her master’s degree in global strategic communications at Florida International University in December 2021. Coupled with her master’s degree, Lindsey is also working on a certification in crisis management and consensus-building. Recently, she was awarded the honor of joining the National Communications Association as a member of the Lambda Pi Eta honor society. Lindsey is passionate about building lasting connections between communities to create lasting change and believes that communication is a vital element to building long-lasting relationships. When she is out of the office, Lindsey enjoys singing and playing the piano, going on adventures, traveling to new locations, and reading books about world affairs.
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This information is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. You should always consult your doctor before making decisions about your health.