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According to a study, the age people say they are most unhappy is 47. The panel says this unhappiness can be caused by a slew of possible reasons like family or personal issues, career, and health issues -- but also possibly due to biological issues like brain and hormone changes.
Despite a dip in happiness at 47, The Doctors note there is usually an upswing after age 47 and people begin to experience more happiness.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho explains that if people are able to determine what their meaning of life is, for instance achieving personal goals or leaving behind a legacy, then they are usually able to overcome their obstacles of unhappiness.
The Doctors also note feelings of happiness may occur at any age and stress that perseverance is key.