A new survey has revealed that talking about happy memories gives people a bigger emotional boost than sex or chocolate.
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According to a survey by internet site Lifetile on 2,000 adults, 8 in 10 said that they were happiest when recollecting old times with friends and family, the Daily Express reported.
Just under half (45%) said reminiscing about past times gave them a greater, more prolonged emotional boost than chocolate (17%), and even sex (38%).
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When asked which memory made them the happiest, 45% of respondents said the birth of their children, followed by a particular holiday (32%) and meeting their partner (30%).