Married People Live Longer
November 1, 2011 by staff
The researchers found that people who reported having good health tend to live longer. Moderate drinkers also lived longer than nondrinkers.
“Be abstemious and smoker were risk factors for mortality,” said Carolyn Aldwin, professor of human development and family sciences at Oregon State University, who led the study.
Men who experience moderate or high levels of stress for several years, 50 percent higher mortality rate, the publication of research reports of aging.
“So maybe trying to keep the main events of stress to a minimum, being married and having a glass of wine each night is the secret to long life,” Aldwin said.
Unlike previous studies in a relatively short time, with smaller sample sizes, this study was modified to document the major stressors – such as the death of a spouse or a parent to a retirement home – which specifically affect people in middle age and older.
“I changed the voltage measurement that reflect the types of stress that impacts us know more as we age, and even we were surprised how strong the correlation between the trajectories of stress and mortality,” said Aldwin, a statement of Oregon.
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