According to the study, having a strong relationship is much more important than cars and expensive holidays.
It seems that having a great time between the sheets is much more important than earning a lot of money.
A new study now claims that sleeping soundly and having a great sex life impact more on the wellbeing of a person that money.
According to the study, having a strong relationship with family and friends, a job security, and loved ones showering affections are much more important than cars and expensive holidays.
The study was conducted by ‘Living Well Index’, which looks at how people cope best with the stresses of modern life.
According to researchers, those who regularly get a good night’s sleep enjoy an improvement in wellbeing more than earning a lot.
Researchers also revealed that job security ranked number three in a measure of wellbeing.
The study found most people are more concerned about the health of close relatives, rather than their own ailments. And being part of a community can offer much more comfort than having money in the bank.
Typically, the study funded by Sainsbury’s found that people speak to their neighbours once or twice a month. By contrast, those most happy with their lives, chat to neighbours at least once or twice a week.