Older people who feel that their lives are meaningful are healthier

  Researchers from the Center for Healthy Aging of the University of California School of Medicine found that elderly people who feel that they have a meaningful life have healthier bodies and minds. Conversely, those elderly people who are confused and still looking for meaning in life have a low sense of happiness. Finding goals and living for some reason will have a negative impact on their emotions, social relationships, mental health, and thinking and reasoning skills. Older people who feel more meaningful in life walk faster, have stronger grip in both hands, sleep better, and have higher levels of vitamin D in the blood. Older people who feel that life is meaningless have twice the risk of depression than those who feel that life is meaningful, and the risk of chronic pain is 30% higher.
  Too close a couple of unhappy
  marriage, some people can not help but be seen as a partner in life’s most important people, especially women, the extent of her husband’s attachment to a “good person takes a child-like.” However, German psychologists pointed out that this kind of “lost self” attitude is not beneficial to marriage, but too close partners will be unhappy. Especially those extreme people who believe that if their partner cannot prove their worth, they are worthless. When they encounter setbacks such as breaking up and divorce, they will become anxious, depressed, and even hostile. On the contrary, keeping yourself in the relationship between husband and wife, such as regularly “leaving down” partners, only gathering with friends; insisting on writing a diary, only recording their interests and hobbies, etc., but can make marriage happier.
  Depression husband, wife difficult pregnancy
  , a new British study shows that the husband or depression caused by low probability of conception wife Liu Cheng. The study covered 1,650 women and 1,608 men. About 6% of women and 2.28% of men showed signs of depression. Even for couples undergoing fertility treatment, the difficulty of a wife’s pregnancy is still greatly related to her husband’s depression, which may result in a 60% lower probability of a wife becoming pregnant. But his wife’s depression will not have a significant impact on the probability of conception.
  Dance can delay aging
  Old people over 60 years old can use dancing to delay aging. This is the latest research result of Queen’s University of Belfast in the United Kingdom. They believe that dancing can improve the health of the elderly, increase their happiness, and even delay aging. Researchers surveyed thousands of elderly ballroom dance lovers and found that dancing helps the elderly live longer, allowing them to enjoy health while still having fun. This shows that dancing can also reduce the loneliness of the old people, make them think that they have not been abandoned by this society, and at the same time can also reduce the body pain caused by aging.
  Attractive husband, wife easy to fall into the vicious circle of weight loss
  Florida State University study showed that if a husband charm large, the wife of the heart diet would be more urgent and may even eating disorders. However, if the wife is attractive, the husband will not have a similar idea. Researchers have found that women tend to “over-understand” the other half’s expectations of their bodies, so they want to diet to lose weight. The psychologist in charge of this study believes that the most effective way to help these women is that the husband tells his wife very clearly: “You are beautiful, no matter how much you weigh or how tall you are, I love you.” Or emphasize that you don’t value appearance. Pay more attention to the heart.
  Psychological pressure is too large, easy to postmenopausal osteoporosis
  psychological pressure poor interpersonal, social relations caused after menopause can increase the risk of osteoporosis for women. Researchers in the Netherlands evaluated data on 11,000 postmenopausal women, including information about bone density, social pressure, social support, and social function, and found that there was a correlation between high social pressure and decreased bone density. The study believes that psychological stress may change hormone levels, including cortisol, thyroid hormones, growth hormone and glucocorticoids, thereby altering bone density. Therefore, women should maintain good mentality and social relations after menopause and reduce their negative impact on the body.