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5 Research-Backed Benefits of Making Generosity a Habit

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Generosity reduces blood pressure as much as medicine and exercise. It also lowers the risk of dementia, reduces anxiety and depression, improves chronic pain management, and mor...

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Generosity makes us happy

Feeling good is a product of doing good.

According to a study, giving triggers feel-good chemicals like endorphins, dopamine, and oxytocin.

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Being stingy can actually raise our stress levels, while being generous can keep the stress down.

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In a study of generosity and its effect in marriage, the recipient and the giver of generosity expressed high levels of marital satisfaction.

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Generosity extends our lives

One study found volunteering dramatically reduced mortality rates.

One report stated that subjects who volunteered for two or more causes had a...

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If we want the full positive effect of generosity, we have to make it a regular part of our lives.

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