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Love Can Add Years to Your Life By Ivan Joksimovic

  in Aging | Published 2013-03-12 05:34:46 | 368 Reads | Unrated

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Every day is a special day to talking about love Love is not just about kissing or anything of the sort

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Every day is a special day to talking about love. Love is not just about kissing or anything of the sort. It is your key to a long healthy life.



Spending time with the people you love can have a positive effect. According to doctors, love can keep you healthy mentally, physically, socially and spiritually.



When talking to someone it finds attractive, your brain sends impulses to the heart making it pound faster than normal; this results in increased blood supply to the body, improved circulation and efficient working of all organs.
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When we think of the people that we love or when we call to mind the people that love us , we automatically feel happy. This positive affect produces many beneficial psychological and physiological reactions, which could promote better overall health, thus helping us live longer.



Furthermore, It seems that being in love helps to reduce stress. It used to be believed that stress only caused mental distress, but now it has been shown to negatively impact the body on a cellular level. Having somebody to blow off steam to will help you to get rid of life-shortening stress. However, this only works if you have complete trust in the person you love.



People who are in love have more active sex life than those who are single. Many people simply enjoy a healthy sex life because sex is pleasurable. Now there's another reason to stay under the sheets; there are substantial health benefits of sex. An active sex life is closely connected with a longer life. A 2010 report in the American Journal of Cardiology shows that men who have sex two or three times a week have a lower risk of heart disease by 45%.



Marriage Increases Life Expectancy



Plenty of studies show that married folks live longer than their unmarried counterparts. Married Americans have higher overall wellbeing than those who are single, separated, or divorced according to new data from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. Married Americans have much better overall well-being scores (68.8 on a scale of 1-100) than those who are divorced (59.7) or separated (55.9). Well-being among single people is similar to that of married individuals (65), followed closely by widows and widowers (63.5) and those in domestic partnerships (63.3).



The study published in the American Journal Of Epidemiology shows that married people can live up to 17 years longer than those without partners. The study shows that single men have a 32 percent higher chance of death across their lifetimes than their married counter parts.



Married people have been found to have lower cancer rates than singles. A research conducted at the University of Iowa found that ovarian cancer patients who had a strong and satisfying relationship with their partners develop more white blood cells which are desirable in killing cancerous cells.



Moreover, a new study from the Duke University Medical Center says that not having a permanent partner, or spouse, during midlife is linked to a higher risk of premature death during those midlife years.



The researchers analyzed data for 4,802 individuals who took part in the University of North Carolina Alumni Heart Study (UNCAHS) - an ongoing study of individuals born in the 1940s. The authors were particularly interested in stability and change in patterns of marital and non-marital status during midlife, controlling for personality at college entry (average age 18), socioeconomic status and health risk behaviors.



Not only is being married protective against death in middle age, people who never marry are twice as likely to die early as those in a stable marriage, the researchers say.



Married partners typically provide additional emotional and functional social support, both of which are linked to longevity and length of telomeres, the researchers say. Low social support is associated with shorter leukocyte telomere length. This is consistent with the claims that social environment may contribute to the rate of cellular aging, particularly in late life.



Telomeres are a DNA sequence that appears at the end of each chromosome. As we age our telomeres shorten. Scientific studies have shown that people with long telomeres age healthier and live longer. The only way to lengthen telomeres is through the activation of an enzyme called telomerase. Currently the only way to activate telomerase is to take TA-65 supplement.



In conclusion, love is much more than just chemicals and hormones. So if you are a person who is very much conscious about health and wellness, learn to love deeply and sincerely. It can add years to your life.

Ivan Joksimovic is a anti-aging expert with a passion for motivating and inspiring others. He uses his personal experiences to motivate his clients to love themselves and to be happy, healthy and fit. Ivan is also an experienced journalist in several lifestyle magazines and in the TA-65 Blog. He is interested in telomere scienece and TA-65 Telomerase Activation.

Ivan Joksimovic is a anti-aging expert with a passion for motivating and inspiring others. He uses his personal experiences to motivate his clients to love themselves and to be happy, healthy and fit. Ivan is also an experienced journalist in several lifestyle magazines and in the http://www.ta65doctor.com TA-65 Blog. He is interested in telomere scienece and http://www.ta65doctor.com TA-65 Telomerase Activation.

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Ivan Joksimovic is a anti-aging expert with a passion for motivating and inspiring others. He uses his personal experiences to motivate his clients to love themselves and to be happy, healthy and fit. Ivan is also an experienced journalist in several lifestyle magazines and in the TA-65 blog. He is interested in telomere scienece and TA-65 telomerase activation.