New Scientific Evidence Proves Culprit to an Early Death Communication is part and parcel of life. Every day we communicate with friends, family, and work related colleagues. One difficult aspect of communication is disagreement. They may leads to arguments, which, especially when repeated, can definitely lead to an early grave. Dr. Likke Lund and his research […]
Communication is part and parcel of life. Every day we communicate with friends, family, and work related colleagues. One difficult aspect of communication is disagreement. They may leads to arguments, which, especially when repeated, can definitely lead to an early grave.
Dr. Likke Lund and his research team from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark have found some eye opening results. They had previously demonstrated that healthy and happy relationships with friends, family and work peers or supervisors would lead to longer lives. Looking at the other side of the coin, they have now considered the opposite of healthy social interactions—namely, argumentation.
The results of this study were published in Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. Here are some salient facts.
In conclusion the study found out that there is 100% to as much as 300% risk of early death when people consistently argue with family and friends.
This clearly indicates that high stress induced by arguments can increase risk to an early demise. Medical science points to the fact that stressful conditions such as constant arguments can increase high blood pressure, increase risk to angina and many other early killers.
Very few people can take the admission of making a mistake. It is very difficult to do and most people just want to be right. This is a major cause of arguments and if you do this then you are literally digging an early grave. Be open minded, take the opinions of others and always think before you speak. Remember everybody makes mistakes.
If you want or ask of something from someone use a little bit of empathy. Ask yourself if your expectations towards an individual are realistic in this person’s mind. An open minded inner examination might just surprise you. Talk, communicate by expressing what you feel and do not expect having control over other’s attitude.
Take responsibility instead of looking for someone to blame. Blaming will never lead to progress but to more arguments and conflicts and as the study found out …. an early death.
So do you want to be Right or Live Longer?
The common string holding the above is rejection. This is probably the one thing you need to focus on to improve in your life. Blamestorming, being self-righteous and unrealistics demands lead you to constant rejection. Your negative attitude will make your work, social and family circle to shun you and this will lead to an early mortality.
Get a little bit of peace and serenity. Do a bit of self-examination, open your mind and take this sound scientific advice to good health and wellness.
Aude is an ex corporate Lawyer with a passion for health, self development and independence which lead her to give up her former career to help others through health.
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