“Why do people always assume that volume will succeed when logic won’t?” This is a quote from L. J. Smith. If your home is a little heaven, then this post is not for you.
For other mortals who relish a good old fight, this post has a thing or two to talk to you.
Health consequences of frequent arguments
Frequent arguments can lead to early death so says one research study. If you’ve been there, done that then pause awhile and heed this. Frequent arguments with partners, relatives or neighbors may boost the risk of death from any cause in middle age suggests one study.
The researchers found that constant arguing seemed to be the most harmful for health. In my opinion, arguments raise stress levels, invites negative energy into your life chakra, causes depression and according to the researchers act as a precursor to many scary diseases.
It appeared that men and those not in the work seemed to be the most vulnerable group.
The study goes on to give some scary details. Frequent conflicts with anyone in your social circle were associated with a doubling or tripling in the risk of death from any cause compared with participants who said these incidents were rare.
Health benefits of good social medicines
The researchers state that the evidence also indicates that supportive social networks and strong relationships are beneficial for health and well-being. An earlier study reports that social medicines are excellent for health.
What is a social medicine?
Wellness specialists say that social medicine includes a stable family life, stress-free childhood, alcohol-free culture, good employment, positive relationships with friends and neighbors and a socially active old age.
Now you may or may not have all the above. But my advice is positive affirmations, spirituality and your inner soul’s strength will help you sail calmly through this sea of life.
Take good care,
Photos by stock images, David Castillo Dominici