This study is about husbands with controlling wives lives longer so there is a very common phrase, “Happy wife, Happy Life,” is it true? Recent studies suggests, “Controlling Wife, Healthier Life.” As past studies have found that wives affects ones’ health and helps him to live longer, this study says that wives who are more concern about their husband’s health should be appreciated.
Nagging wives can actually be beneficial to their husbands.
According to a study done by a sociologist at Michigan State University, men who are influenced by their wives had a lower risk of acquiring diabetes. Even if they do develop it, thanks to their spouses, they have a better chance of a successful treatment.
According to the leader of the research Hui Liu, the reason for the husbands with controlling wives to live longer is that their wives must be very careful and always monitoring about their husband’s health conditions. Husbands, on the other hand, may be annoyed by their wives telling them what to do, which they may perceive as “nagging.”
This finding is so much important because in United States diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death. The study, which looked at survey findings from 1,228 married persons aged 57 to 85, proves the fact that a bad marriage implies bad health and, as a result, a shorter life.
In happy marriages wives are more healthier.
The risk for diabetic is low for a happy and good marriage. Researches say, compared to men women are very much sensitive so they are more likely to be extra healthy from a good marriage.
Too much care is not good.
Studies also says too much care can cause harm to the relationship. It can also create too much stress for wives. Unhappy marriages have been proved in numerous studies to be harmful to the body, heart, and mind. And one 11-year study of around 10,000 Danish people found that those who had demanding relationships had a 50 percent to 100 percent higher risk of early death than those who lived more serene lives.