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Neuroscientists Explain How Gratitude Rewires the Brain to Lower Anxiety

Frontiers in Psychology links gratefulness to neural activities in the nervous system. These emotions seem to be centered in the brain’s frontal lobes and hypothalamus, per the study.

Since these areas also affect mood, it rewires the brain to boost your sense of well-being. ADVERTISEMENT How do you feel when you pause for a few moments to count your blessings? It’s hard to frown when you consider how fortunate you’re and all the blessings in your life.

Even when you are weary and stressed, a grateful heart can help you shoulder the burdens.Gratefulness rewires the brain and prompts you to focus on more positive aspects. The more thankful you are, the more opportunities you’ll have to offer your thanks.

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Frontiers in Psychology links gratefulness to neural activities in the nervous system. These emotions seem to be centered in the brain’s frontal lobes and hypothalamus, per the study.
November 30, 2021Select measures of impulsivity and risk-taking in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are linked to symptoms of comorbid oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), according to a longitudinal study recently published in Frontiers in Psychiatry1 that examines the relationship between these disorders, reward-related dysfunctions, and other factors.Specifically, the study found that high approach motivation (the tendency to approach a rewarding stimulus while dismissing any associated threats or risks) in children might indicate a higher likelihood of developing comorbid symptoms of ADHD or ODD.

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