NEW YORK, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- With daylight savings comes an extra hour of sleep, but how about another proven pick-me-up in the morning? In addition to the daily cup of coffee, early birds should also consider fresh-cut flowers.
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Researchers at Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital confirmed that study participants reported being happier and more energetic after seeing flowers first thing in the morning, especially in the kitchen. The overall study results showed that flowers positively impact people emotionally at home, causing them to feel less anxious and more compassionate. Participants even reported a boost of energy that lasted through the day.
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