Life Insurance With Love   



Life Insurance With Love

 
Relationships increases our survival rates by half.
Social relationships is a life investment in more ways than we imagine. A recent Brigham Young University study report that social connections- friends, family, neighbours or colleagues - increases our chances of survival by 50 percent, with both psychological and also physical benefits.

Researcher Holt-Lunstad said there are many pathways where social relationship influence our health positively. He says, "When someone is connected t o a group and feels responsibility for other people, that sense of purpose and meaning translates to taking better care of themselves and taking fewer risks." This beneficial effect of a vibrant social network is not applicable only to older adults, but offers protection across all ages. Inversely, here is how low social interaction compares to more well-known risk factors:

• Equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day
• Equivalent to being an alcoholic
• More harmful than not exercising
• Twice as harmful as obesity
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Happy reading,
Evelyn


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