Why you NEED some 'me time': Study shows solitude is good for mental health because it drives you to be more creative

People who make more 'me time' for themselves reduce their stress and risks of depression and anxiety by doing creative activities.  
With the season of togetherness upon us, the new study is a reminder to take time out to be alone and refuel your creative juices. 
New University of Buffalo research explains how some intentional solitude differs from fearful social avoidance and can be good for mental health. 
Previous research has shown that some solitude is not necessarily bad for mental health, but the new study is the first to show that it can actively improve mental health by fostering... read more

23 November 2017 in Health, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail

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