Did you know committing acts of kindness can benefit your health? A study has found that there may be a connection with positive thoughts of kindness and social contact with the body’s vagus nerve. The vagus regulates how efficiently heart rate changes with breathing. Kindness may also play a role in regulating glucose levels and immune responses. Being kind can also make you happier. It feels good to be nice and to help others. When a person performs an act of kindness, the brain produces dopamine which is associated with positive thinking. If you are in the habit of extending kindness to others, they will like you more. Being kind and helping others can lead you to success in all aspects of your life. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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