Do you feel like you know why you’re here?
The answer to that question could determine how you feel day-to-day.
If you’ve found meaning in your life, you’re more likely to be both physically and mentally healthy, a new study reports.
On the other hand, people restlessly searching for meaning in their life are more likely to have worse mental well-being, with their struggle to find purpose negatively affecting their mood, social relationships, psychological health, and ability to think and reason.
“We found presence of meaning was associated with better physical functioning and better mental functioning,” said senior study author Dr. Dilip Jeste. He is senior associate dean for the Center for Healthy Aging at the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine.elderly health, healthy aging, nursing care, senior care