Many diseases are caused by psychological pressure and mood influence, and the relationship between husband and wife will also affect the health of men. According to the latest article of Prevention magazine in the United States, the disharmony between husband and wife can also lead to the following 12 major injuries, but as long as we recognize the problem and actively make some changes in behavior and cognition, we can make our marriage happy forever. Let's take a look at it!
Marriage is the most important thing in life. The harmonious relationship between husband and wife can not only lead a good life, but also benefit the physical and mental health of both parties. On the contrary, if there is a problem in marriage, both parties will fall into an endless quarrel, not only the feelings will break, but also the human immunity will be weakened and various psychological problems will be triggered under the dual effects of huge psychological pressure and emotional loneliness.
Prone to heart disease
Many studies have shown that marital happiness can reduce people's risk of cardiovascular disease. The study announced at the 2010 annual meeting of the American Heart Association showed that the risk of heart disease increased significantly within six months after the death of the spouse. Laughing often has a health effect on the heart. Usually, you can think more about the happy things in marriage. Laughing for 5 minutes every day is good for the heart.
High risk of cancer
Many studies have shown that a happy marriage can improve the survival rate of prostate cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer and other cancer patients. However, if the marriage relationship is poor, the couple will be in a state of stress and worry every day, and their body will change, even suffer from cancer. If there is a problem in marriage, both parties should face it optimistically, take positive actions and find out the root cause of the problem together.
Suffer from heartbreak syndrome
Researchers at Columbia University in the United States have found that too much nostalgia for lost feelings can cause heartache. After a year or so of psychological mourning, the bereaved may as well find a bosom friend and return to marriage. After the divorcee calms down, if he feels that it is difficult to give up his feelings, he is suggested to put down his airs and find a chance to remarry. But if the marriage has seriously damaged the feelings and lives of both parties, don't tangle and linger.
(Intern editor: Lin Yanjuan)