Positive Thinking Day is an annual holiday dedicated to positive thinking. On this day, you need to relax as much as possible and enjoy life. Try to think positively and you will realize the world around you will become brighter and better.
Positive Thinking Day has been celebrated on September 13 since 2003. An American entrepreneur decided to choose one day a year so that people could be distracted from all third-party worries and feel the benefits of positive thoughts.
In fact, the topic of positive thinking has long attracted the attention of scientists from all over the world. On the Internet, you can find a lot of research, the results of which look very attractive to those who practice positive thinking. It is noted that this reduces the risk of diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Positive thinking allows you to effectively cope with stress, which prevents the development of depression, neuroses, and other diseases associated with the nervous system.
- A positive attitude is especially useful when there is hard work ahead. A person feels full of energy and ready for any difficulties.
- The constant practice of positive thinking reduces the risk of depression by more than 45%. In addition, your emotional background becomes more stable, mood swings disappear, and working capacity improves.
- A bad mood is not something negative. Physiologically, a person cannot constantly be on an emotional upsurge. These are features of the nervous system, because it has the ability to excite and inhibit, which are combined into biological rhythms.
How to take part
Get out of bed saying, “I’m going to have a great day today!” Do your favorite morning rituals: drink coffee with your favorite cookies, read the newspaper, or stand by the window, enjoying the view of the city coming to life.
Spend this day with the maximum benefit for yourself, getting rid of sadness and blues. Enjoy your life, and Positive Thinking Day will help with this. The holiday is perfect for new beginnings. If you have always wanted to start fulfilling an intended goal or engage in self-development, then do not postpone it for later. Start right now!
When is Positive Thinking Day celebrated in 2023?
Positive Thinking Day is observed on September 13 each year.