Why People Who Walk Faster Can Often Be Less Happy

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We’ve started walking faster than our parents or grandparents ever used to, according to a study. Covering 60 feet on foot now takes a second less it did than 10 years ago. And even though walking is generally considered to be healthy, it can say something about the mental state of a person.

We at Bright Side got curious about another side of fast walking, as a style of life, and found some thought-provoking information that can make you pay attention if you live in a constant rush.

Because living in a rush can be bad for our health

Why People Who Walk Faster Can Often Be Less Happy

Why People Who Walk Faster Can Often Be Less Happy

Why People Who Walk Faster Can Often Be Less Happy

  • You may talk too quickly
  • You feel like hurrying someone along, when it takes them too long to get to the point
  • You are the first person to finish your meal
  • You feel frustrated when you’re stuck behind others while walking along a street
  • You become irritable if you’ve sat around for an hour without doing anything
  • You walk out of restaurants or shops even if there is even a short line

Because you can be chronically multitasking

Why People Who Walk Faster Can Often Be Less Happy

Why People Who Walk Faster Can Often Be Less Happy

  • Create a habit of leaving earlier, if you feel too stressed when you are late.
  • Prioritize your tasks.
  • Limit screen time and remember it is okay to respond a little bit later, no need to do it immediately all the time.

How fast do you walk? What notes about styles of walking do you have? Please, share your experience with us!

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