Travel This one type of holiday is brilliant for your wellbeing, says study

09:20  01 february  2018
09:20  01 february  2018 Source:   prima.co.uk

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It turns out that one type of travel may be particularly beneficial for our wellbeing – and the effects can apparently last for six months.

Yep, according to new research by scientists at the University of China, it looks going on a cruise offers a whole host of benefits.

While most travel is usually good for you, cruises seem to be particularly beneficial thanks to their multi-faceted nature, which includes visiting multiple destinations and being able to experience lots of new activities.

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No praise could be too high for their brilliant acting, perfect technique and superb timing. I can’t say what type of a holiday -maker I am , because I may feel happy about anything which gives me an Whether I work or study I can’t help thinking of a holiday and planning it long in advance.

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The researchers, whose work has been published in the International Journal of Tourism Research, concluded this after giving over 300 tourists a psychological questionnaire on their return from a cruise.

They also gave the same quiz to a further 300 travellers who had gone on a cruise six months previously.

The questions were designed to test the travellers' own perceived sense of wellbeing, including life satisfaction and emotional state of mind.

And, as well as boosting short-term happiness, cruise travel seems to have a longer-term effect on wellbeing, thanks to the 'thinking experience' you gain from visiting lots of new places in one go.

Lead author Jiaying Lyu of Zhejiang told the Mail Online: 'Travel is a meaningful activity by which individuals gain something important and valuable in life.'

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A big man, with large muscles on his arms and a face full of scars from the amateur boxing competitions he liked to enter, William was the type of man that you couldn’t help noticing. Today was the first day of the summer holiday and he had woken up even.

This is the type of holiday you can have on a cruise ship. ‘The mechanic said we should check out Bardstown. It might be pretty dull, but how bad can it be ?’ she urged the group, not fully convinced they’d find something better .

'It affirms self worth and price, facilitates self growth and self motivation and searchers for inspiration and creation.'

He continued: 'The results indicate that cruise holidays offer more value than simply short-term hedonistic experiences and contribute to broader aspects of life satisfaction and positive function.'

'In these cognitive processes, people find positive emotions and improved evaluation of life.'

Well, we don't know about, but a cruise is sounding pretty tempting right about now...

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