Healthy Loving It

Posted on February 19, 2012


February is often considered a moon full of love. Maybe because there are days in the month of love, aka Valentine. Although not everyone agrees with the celebration of Valentine, but it’s worth remembering the loving relationship we have. Real love and happiness.

Love not only makes life more healthy and happy but also makes a long life. Another factor that reinforces the feeling among others, has the support of friends, dependable work and family.

“I believe every human being needs love and relationships with those around him is as important as humans need air, food and water,” said Dr.Dean Ornish, health editor of the Huffington Post.

Even been proven scientifically that people who are lonely, alienated, and depression are more vulnerable to illness and die sooner than people who have a love, a dependable friend, and support of others.

Not only that, research by a team from the University of Pittsburgh also shows that women have a happy married life to have less chance to suffer from cardiovascular disease compared with women who had a relationship that cause stress.

Meanwhile, research from Cardiff University suggests the benefits of a loving marriage. Woman whose marriage was most happy to have good mental health, while in men the effect is more physical.

Increased physical health of married men may be caused by the influence of their partner, either in diet or to visit the doctor when the illness seriously underdeveloped.

Ornish also said that a strong commitment to the partner will provide a sense of mutual trust between the two. This resulted in the emergence of a sense of security. When we feel safe, we can open our hearts fully to others, either physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

“When we fully open our hearts can feel the healing benefits of intimacy, happiness, strength and bring creativity,” he said.

Emotional support from partner and a stable financial status is also called influential experts on life expectancy is higher.

They also state that the person bound by a relationship of mutual support and love tend to be less experienced alcohol or drug addiction. Also lower the risk of experiencing depression.

So, do not underestimate the Power of Love.