If you are a senior citizen you have every right to be happier than your younger peers. Because latest studies indicate that 65 to 79 is the happiest age group for adults.
The survey of more than 300,000 adults across the UK found life satisfaction, happiness and feeling life was worthwhile all peaked in that age bracket, but declined in the over-80s.
Those aged 45 to 59 reported the lowest levels of life satisfaction, with men on average less satisfied than women.
That age group also reported the highest levels of anxiety.
Researchers claim that one possible reason for the lower happiness and well-being scores among this age group might be the burden of having to care for children and elderly parents at the same time.
Meanwhile, those who were younger or retired had more free time to spend on activities which promoted their well-being. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Happiness and well-being dropped off again in those over 80, however, with researchers suggesting this could be down to personal circumstances such as poor health, living alone and feelings of loneliness.
The survey asked people to rate out of 10 how happy and how anxious they had felt the day before, how satisfied they were with their life generally, and how much they felt what they did in life was worthwhile.
The published results have been broken down by age, ethnicity, religion, marital status, employment status, religion, and where in the country people live.
These results suggest that  married people reported the highest vlog levels of happiness, averaging 7.67 out of 10, compared with co-habiting, single, widowed or divorced people.
Employed people were happier than unemployed people, with part-time workers the happiest. Of those who were not working, retired people had the highest levels of happiness, followed by students.
Of those who followed a religion, Hindus were marginally the happiest on average, with those who followed no religion the least happy.
Women on average reported higher levels of anxiety than men, but were more likely to feel their life was worthwhile
People of Arab ethnicity were found to be the most anxious ethnic group, with people of Chinese ethnicity the least anxious
Researchers also found a strong link between health and well-being.
People who said their health was very good reported an average life satisfaction rating of 8.01 out of 10, compared with people who said they were in very bad health, whose average rating was 4.91 out of 10.
The over-90 age group reported by far the lowest levels of feeling their life was worthwhile, even though their reported levels of happiness and life satisfaction were comparable to those in their 20s and 30s.