Weekends are good for you, study finds.
Just about everybody – even workaholics – should look forward to the weekend, when most people get a mood boost, a new study suggests.
Participants in the study often reported better moods, greater vitality, and fewer aches and pains
Working men and women across all occupations felt mentally and physically better on the weekends regardless of income, work hours, education, age or marital status, the researchers found.
No surprise: Weekends were associated with elevated feelings of freedom and closeness — participants said they were more often involved in activities
of their own choosing and spending time with close friends and family