Staring at women’s breast is uncouth but according to research, this could be secret to living long like tortoise.
A recent report published by Archives of Internal medicine has established that experiencing pleasant emotions can help individuals make better decisions about their health.
The research tracked 756 people who had either coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, or asthma.
In the study, everyone wrote down personal health goals – but only half of the subjects were encouraged to think of positive thoughts when they got up in the morning and make regular self-affirmations throughout their day.
After a year, positive thinking and pleasant thoughts – brought about, perhaps, by staring at a pair of breasts – had a powerful effect on health choices.