Single death rate is half higher than married
Love has not disappointed.
Statistics show that marriage is like a health insurance policy.
An 8-year survey study found that those who were never married had a 58% higher mortality rate during the survey than those who were married.
There is no doubt that married people can enter the bar and drink until the bar closes, which is enough to eat instant noodles.
A report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Prevention states that married people who are single and divorced or widows are more restrained in smoking and drinking, and have a healthier lifestyle, helping to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer and respiratory diseasesrisk.
Essentially, married people are also significantly less likely to contract sexually transmitted diseases.
As it is, the risk of married people suffering from various mental illnesses and suicide is also possible.
Research shows that marriage can relieve people’s psychological stress.
Colin, a medical expert at the United States Air Force University, and colleagues conducted a trial and told the women who participated in the trial that they would be subjected to painful electric shocks.
As a result, they found that those women who had a good marriage were greatly less nervous if they grabbed the husband’s hand during the test.
Similarly, an article published in the January 2008 issue of the Journal of Health Psychology pointed out that after a married man returned from work after a long day of work, the stress of a day’s work was also greatly relieved.
A nearly 20-year study in Israel showed that the longer a marriage lasts, the more powerful it is for men to prolong life.
According to Janis, a psychology expert at the Ohio State University School of Medicine, “Women are the caregivers for the physical and mental health of their families. They often urge men to see a doctor to make them eat healthier.