A study conducted by the University of Cambridge has found that people who drink coffee are happier than those who don’t. The study, which is the first of its kind, looked at the correlation between coffee consumption and levels of happiness, and found that there is a positive correlation between the two.
The study surveyed over 3,000 individuals, and found that those who drank coffee were more likely to report higher levels of happiness than those who didn’t. The study also found that coffee drinkers were more likely to report higher levels of positive emotions, such as joy and enthusiasm, and lower levels of negative emotions, such as anxiety and sadness.
Interestingly, the study found that the correlation between coffee and happiness was strongest in those who drank coffee regularly, and who viewed coffee as a positive experience. This suggests that it’s not just the caffeine in coffee that contributes to happiness, but also the act of drinking coffee itself.
So if you’re looking to boost your happiness levels, it might be worth reaching for a coffee. Just remember to enjoy it!