Fresh Flowers Have Health Benefits

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What a cute idea – use a pitcher as a vase!

There is something about flowers that brightens my world. Looking at them really gives me a serene charge. It’s like my heart smiles at every glance of a pastel petal in a crystal vase.

To me, it’s worth it to chunk out $4.99 or more {don’t go crazy!} every few weeks for this bit of peacefulness. You’re worth it.

But, what is it about flowers that make people happy? This might surprise you, but there was actually a study done on the emotional impact of flowers.

The study finds that – happiness, friendless and memory are gained.

Maybe the people who coined the phrase ‘Flower Power’ were on to something?

Women who are given flowers are reported to carry happiness around with them for up to 3 days after receiving flowers. If flowers are displayed or set out in a room, it incites friendliness. Flowers given to elderly people actually improve memory retention.

You can read the FULL study here.

Also – as a little bonus for you work desk dwellers – flowers and plants promote innovation and productivity in the workplace.

And guess what – men garnered 15% more ideas than women having some type of green plant present in the office. However, women benefited more in the creative department.

Go out and buy some flowers. Let your heart smile a little more today!

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2 thoughts on “Fresh Flowers Have Health Benefits

  1. Rockford Johnson says:

    I never would have guessed that having fresh flowers could be so beneficial. I really like how you said that happiness and memories can be gained from fresh flowers. My mom has a lot of flowers around her home and she says that it helps to keep her happy and help to keep a happy and light tone in their home.

  2. Rockford Johnson says:

    I learned a lot about fresh flowers by reading this article. I like how you explained that flowers can help to provide happiness. I hope that this article can help to bring my grandma happiness everyday.

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