- Married people sleep better. On average they get the optimal time each night of 6.5 to 7.5 hours.
- The hormones released by your brain when you're in love also aid the body's healing process. Anger or arguing can slow the healing process.
- When your partner is suffering, the best support is to create a diversion to take his/her mind off the pain, help recovery and keep sane yourself. Pouring on TLC can prolong the pain, though being loving and considerate is good.
- After "I love you" the most important three little words in a relationship are "please," "thank you". Hostile words have been linked to the likelihood of developing atherosclerosis, especially in women.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
It's love month...
While sitting in the hospital room waiting for Gary to come out of surgery I read this article about how love/relationships affect your health - for better or worse. It said: