How to be happy – A scientific perspective

How to be happy is something each individual strives to understand and achieve. There are varying degrees of happiness that everyone experiences at various situations in life. How to be happy often seems simple enough theoretically, but practically is an altogether different ball game. The following infographic by WebpageFX captures the art of how to be happy from a scientific angle. This fantastic graphic dazzles us with its in-depth statistical perspectives. Its amazing, we always thought being happy was an emotion which could never be quantified. Well, this infographic clearly had other ideas!!!

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