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Sometimes all it takes is just one small selfless action to make someone’s day.
That’s why one group wants you to get inspired and make it an everyday thing.
February 16th to the 22nd is consider “Random Acts of Kindness Week,” according to randomactsofkindness.org.
According to research, being kind is a win-win for all, boosting health and happiness.
Research shows feel-good chemicals flood our system when we do something generous.
For example, volunteering has been shown to reduce stress, pain and depression.
And studies suggests engaging in giving activities can also reduce the risk of memory and thinking problems and help us live longer.
Given donations to others has been shown to reduce blood pressure and improve heart health.
In fact, the benefits were almost the same as those who had a healthy diet and exercised.
So, go ahead and show some kindness to the people around you.
Posted – 2.18.20