Eighties are happiest
A British study eliminates the assumption that people are happiest in their younger years. The happiness and optimism will only increase as we grow older, with a peak is reached when the eighty.
The study, conducted by scientists at University College London, refutes the belief that the recent years of a human life are also the happiest, reports All Headline News.
According to the researchers, the happier man when he gets older. This could be due to fewer responsibilities when middle age is reached and because of the utmost importance to make would be easier. In addition, good, a stable income and improved relationships with family and friends happiness important factors.
According to Lewis Wolpert, professor of biology at the University, the teenage years and the happy lives of twentysomethings preoccupied with responsibilities to the family and focus on a career. This lasts until mid-forties.
Another advantage of aging is that seniors may be more selective in the classification of their time. According to the researchers, this gives them the opportunity to focus on things they enjoy and things that make them unhappy right beside him to resign.
Scientists recently claimed in a study commissioned by a British insurance company is that senior citizens are most happy.