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Train Your Brain: 5 Ways To Become An Optimist By Dr Nerina Ramlakhan

Train Your Brain: 5 Ways To Become An Optimist By Dr Nerina Ramlakhan

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Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, a professional physiologist and sleep expert, offers her practical advice on mastering the art of gratitude and learning to maintain a positive outlook so you can better deal with life’s inevitable stresses. An abundance of scientific research from positive psychology and psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) shows that being an optimist and feeling grateful, compassionate, and kind is extremely good for your health. Research from the Heart Match institute shows that optimism strengthens the heart, bolsters the immune system, helps you sleep more restoratively and even helps you to recover faster from illness. So being optimistic definitely makes good sense. But how do we become an optimist if our natural inclination is to be somewhat ‘glass is half empty’? Additionally, the brain is also naturally wired with what neuroscientists call the ‘negativity bias’ – this means that we’re naturally more inclined to remember negative than positive events.   Thankfully, research…

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