Single vs Married: What lifestyle choice is healthier?
Are marrieds healthier than their single friends? Or do single people healthier than those who are partnered off? Here’s is some surprising research that suggests whether you’ve tied the knot or not can affect your health. It is a single vs married health face-off!
Single ladies, you don’t stop, get it, get it
That stereotype of single people being lonely and sad needs to be crushed. An analysis of research lead by a scientist at University of California-Santa Barbara found that single people are not only more determined and more conscious of personal development but also more fulfilled. Who says you’re moping at home eating a pint of ice cream? Not this study.
Maximum marriage benefits
Rather than assume everyone who gets married benefits the most health and wellbeing-wise, research from Ohio State University looked more specifically at who benefits the most. And they found that it is depressed people who gain the most. Consider that they may be more in need of emotional support and intimacy and would experience a greater boost in comparison.