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By Toni Brayer, MD
The morning blahs, it turns out, is a real phenomenon, with positive moods -- happiness, friendliness and warmth.
Medium sized lottery wins ranging from around just 1000 to 120,000 had a long term sustained impact in the overall personal happiness of those winners.
While most people believe that having more income would make them happier, research finds that the link between money and happiness is greatly exaggerated and mostly an illusion.
Individuals differ enormously in what makes them happy, for some competition, winning and wealth are the greatest sources of happiness, but for others, feeling competent or socializing may be more satisfying.
Health care medical sciences need to get serious about happiness and the lifestyle that produces it, relative to mind, body and spirit and its biotranslation.
The research is focused on whether the income effect on happiness results largely from the things money can buy.
These days much is being written about the numerous benefits of laughter to personal health and how laughter can be the best medicine. Laughing may build healthy blood vessels, help arteries and boost blood flow. Even hospitals now use laughter to enhance cancer treatment.