Dr. Pankaj Naram Praises Study Discussing Creativity’s Effects on Emotional Health
Dr. Pankaj Naram discusses a new study connecting creativity to good emotional health, and discusses how it can inspire individuals in the New Year.
Master Healer Dr. Pankaj Naram knows that as this year comes to a close, many individuals will be facing 2017 with a new start in mind. The beginning of a new year is the time to begin making life changes that will prove to be beneficial to an individual’s health. To help anyone who is looking towards the New Year with healthy changes in mind, Dr. Naram seeks to share not only his own health secrets and tips, but also to share information on new health studies and discoveries that may aid individuals as they seek healthy practices to incorporate into their lives in 2017.
One recent study that Dr. Pankaj Naram would like to share is an exploration done on the effects of creative activities and hobbies on mental health. The study, called Everyday Creative Activity as a Path to Flourishing , followed a group of 658 students over a 13 day period of time. Over the nearly two week long period, the students who participated in the study were asked to keep day to day diaries and to record in these the amount of time each day that they spent engaging in creative activities such as baking, drawing, or playing music. The students were also asked to record their emotional wellbeing during these days, including the positive or negative effect of the activities and their daily flourishing.
The results that the research team saw at the end of the 13 days is what has interested Dr. Naram and many others. The team saw a positive correlation between the creative activities and the moods of the subjects. Namely, the study showed that when the students spent more time than usual engaging in positive activities, it tended to have a greater positive effect on their emotional health in the days that followed. The team concluded that their findings also meant that they could predict the emotional wellbeing of each student, including their happiness, excitement, and enthusiasm, based upon their engagement with creative activities.
For Dr. Pankaj Naram, the promise of improved mental health from engagement with creative activities is astonishing, and he hopes that individuals will keep this study in mind when they make their new year’s resolutions this year. Dr. Naram has dedicated a good portion of his life to helping kids be more creative through the institution called, “The Shakti Parthshala; school of achievement” in which he teaches the lost ancient secrets for how any child or anyone can be creators instead of just consumers, tap into their creativity, and achieve what they want to in this life in a way that makes the world better, and themselves happier and heather. Dr. Naram recommends that people take the time to see how bringing some creativity into their own lives may help them remain healthier, and more relaxed. As is shown with the study, being creative can help individual’s lead healthier and happier lives in 2017, and can help them start the year with a positive outlook. For health secrets from Dr. Pankaj Naram, The Shakti Parthshala, or study reviews and ancient secrets that can help individuals learn more about improving their happiness, please visit http://www.drnaram.com/
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