Post by Shivani Raik on 01 May 2017 Monday
The next time someone tells you to stop worrying, ignore them. If scientists are to be believed, worrying might actually do you great good. According to new research, the act may help people recover from traumatic events and depression and prompt them to take up activities that promote health.
“Despite its negative reputation, not all worry is destructive or even futile. It has motivational benefits, and it acts as an emotional buffer,” said Kate Sweeny, psychology professor at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) in the US.
Read more at ht