Most people across the globe equate flowers with happiness. It could be an arrangement of carnations delivered as an expression of love and affection or the reoccurring joy felt every spring when snowdrops and tulips cheerfully signal the end of winter time.
Recent studies have shown a direct correlation between flowers and happiness. Researchers have discovered that regardless of a persons age, temperament or sex, flowers promote emotional well-being and trigger positive emotions. They found that people feel less anxious in the presence of flowers. The overall feeling of satisfaction is heightened and, furthermore, the mere presence of flowers improves social behavior.
Eateries and restaurants with fresh flowers on the dining tables consistently receive higher ratings and real estate agents have long known the benefits of flowers at the front entry of a home.
For those who surround themselves with the natural beauty of flowers in their yards, these results come as no surprise. After a hectic day in the office, spending some quality time in the garden amongst the flowers, delivers nurturing, therapeutic results.
Do you, like many others across the world, suffer from the morning blues? Well, if you do, then keeping a bunch of flowers next to your alarm clock or by your coffeemaker can be a perfect way to lift your spirits early in the morning. The morning blues, it turns out, is a real phenomenon, with positive moods – happiness, friendliness and warmth, coming in much later in the day. Interestingly, when a small arrangement of flowers is made part of their morning routines, people perk up immediately.
Happier people live longer, healthier lives and are more open to change. The research also points out that a small dose of nature, like flowers, can do a world of wonder for our well-being as we age.
Sending flowers for a special occasion is fantastic but sending flowers as a surprise is a true delight. So send flowers today to really make someone’s day.
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