Why Vacation are Important?

Alex Williams
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  1. Reduces stress

  2. Increases life satisfaction

    Researchers have found that when people return from a vacation they are more satisfied with their life in general.

  3. Vacations improve health

    Research have found that during vacations people complain less about physical symptoms and are more likely to experience an improvement in health.

  4. Vacations increase productivity

    Researchers have found that people become more productive after taking a vacation as a result of believing that the tasks have became easier to do.

  5. Prevents heart disease

    According to a study, men who took vacations regularly were 32% less likely to die from a heart attack. For women, the figure jumped to 50%. (See Why traveling is good for you?)

  6. Helps maintain focus

    Surveys have shown that people who vacationed regularly were more focused during their work and as a result they become more productive.

  7. Improved libido

    Studies have shown that the increase in the stress hormone cortisol reduces sex hormones and in turn sexual desire. When a person takes a vacation, cortisol levels usually get reduced and so sexual desire increases.

  8. Reduced depression risk

    Researchers have found that women who do not take vacations were three times more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety.

  9. Vacations strengthen relationships

    Studies have found that travelling with family members or spouses increases the bond between those family members and results in better relationships.

  10. Improves sleep quality

    Studies have shown that people who take regular vacations experience up to 20% improvement in sleep quality. (See How to Have a Good Night Sleep?)

  11. Can help slow down aging

    Stress contributes to speeding up the aging process. Vacations can thus help a person fight aging, as they are known for their stress reduction effect.

  12. Increased mental power

    Researchers have found that vacations can help increase mental power, as they allow the brain to reset.

  13. Low burnout chance

    Working contentiously for long periods of time might lead to burnouts. Vacations can reduce the risk of burnouts and help you maintain your health.

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