Life satisfaction survey indicates 23, 69-year-olds are happiest

If you find yourself in a funk lately, think about how happy you were at 23 or how happy you will be at 69.

According to a study done by the Centre for Economic Performance at London's famed School of Economics, satisfaction with life peaks at those two ages.

The Daily Mail, citing the report, says that satisfaction levels tent to dovetail through a person's mid-20s, then begin to rise again after turning 55.

Studies into happiness and satisfaction previously indicated a similar U-shape, with happiness levels being the highest in a person's early 20s and after they're retired.

The full report will be released later this week.