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Apr 6, 2012

Good Health Can Be As Simple As Your Relationships

Smiling young couple in love

Did you know that being married could have significant impacts on your health? Studies have found that falling in love and staying in love can have whole body impacts that will make you to feel better. What are some of the health benefits of being married and in love?

Lowers Your Blood Pressure

The social support that you get from being married or being in a stable relationship can decrease stress and can naturally lower your blood pressure. Studies have found that happily married people have lower blood pressure than those who are not in a committed relationship.

Longer Life Span

Studies have also found that a steady, committed relationship have a longer than average life span. This has been found to be more for men than women, but it is something to be considered, as everyone wants to live longer.

Lowers Risk of Disease

The risk of all kinds of disease can be significantly lowered as well. From diabetes to heart disease to lung disease and more, studies have found that people who are married or are in a steady relationship have a much lower risk of disease.

Decreased Risk of Depression

Depression is also decreased in those people who are in a committed relationship. This is most likely due to the steady support system that is found in a loving relationship. Mental health all around is more positive in people who have a steady partner.

Good for Your Sex Life

Marriage or a committed relationship also comes with another benefit-a better sex life. Studies have found that people in this type of relationship actually have more sex than people who are single. Doesn’t that make you feel good?

Being married or in a committed relationship has all sorts of health benefits, both physically and mentally. When you are in this type of loving relationship, you will be happier and feel better as well.