A study of more than 3,000 volunteers in Britain aged 60-64 found that there was an improvement in their wellbeing when quizzed again five years later.

Feeling cheerful, confident, optimistic, useful and relaxed were some of the things that were identified. Dr. Mai Stafford, at the University College London said “… that, on average, levels of wellbeing increased during people’s 60s. We found that one in five experienced a substantial increase in wellbeing in later life, although we also found a smaller group who experienced a substantial decline.” The study will continue to look at how people change over time so that they can identify ordinary experiences that makes us happy.

Get ready. Relax, enjoy and celebrate – there is a very good chance that your health, confidence and happiness will soar too!

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