Friendship | Friendship and health Research and facts
Friendship and health Research and facts
Don’t just be a ‘social snacker’, go out there and make real friends to live longer and healthier.
Seeking sympathy online by constant updates about your personal life may not be interpreted as real friend ships In fact, it could only have an adverse effect on your mental health, say experts. What is needed is a genuine social circle in the real world that goes beyond the ‘likes’ and ‘latergrams’. Why? To live longer and healthier.
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Research shows that one is at greater risk of heart disease without a strong network of friends and family. “In the past, isolation was considered the worst kind of punishment and it still is,” says psychologist Ekta Soni, adding, we all must have someone to share and vent out our thoughts with on an everyday basis. Loneliness can be just as dangerous as smok-ing in healthy people. Spending time with friends lowers your BP, reduces inflammation, which, in turn, can decrease the probability of a stroke.
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