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18f81796 No.3599821

Are you getting married someday? Why/not?


PITTSBURGH — For all the debate over which side’s grass is greener and all the jokes by married people about how hard they have it, one study finds getting hitched might actually make you healthier. According to researchers, married people tend to have lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol when compared to people who are single, divorced, or widowed.

The study, conducted at Carnegie Mellon University, suggests that there is truth to the belief that single people are under greater stress than married people. High levels of stress in the body come with a multitude of negative health consequences, which means that long-term single people could have more health challenges than the married people of the world.

“It’s is exciting to discover a physiological pathway that may explain how relationships influence health and disease,” Brian Chin, a Ph.D. student in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Department of Psychology, says in a university release.
Singles have longer-lasting levels of high stress, compared to married people

To test out this hypothesis, the researchers gathered saliva from 572 different adults between the ages of 21 and 55. They took the saliva samples over a span of three different days, with multiple samples taken each day. Once they gathered the saliva samples they tested them for their cortisol levels to properly gauge how high each participant’s stress levels were.

The researchers found that overall the people who were married had lower levels of cortisol in their saliva. They also found that following the natural cortisol peaks that everyone has in the morning, married people had a faster drop in cortisol levels, while levels in single people remained higher throughout the day.

“These data provide important insight into the way in which our intimate social relationships can get under the skin to influence our health,” says laboratory director and co-author Sheldon Cohen.

The study will be published in the April 2017 edition of the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology.

073f4b3b No.3599826


Cortisol Test
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What is a cortisol test?
Cortisol is a hormone that affects almost every organ and tissue in your body. It plays an important role in helping you to:

Respond to stress
Fight infection
Regulate blood sugar
Maintain blood pressure
Regulate metabolism, the process of how your body uses food and energy
Cortisol is made by your adrenal glands, two small glands located above the kidneys. A cortisol test measures the level of cortisol in your blood, urine, or saliva. Blood tests are the most common way of measuring cortisol. If your cortisol levels are too high or too low, it may mean you have a disorder of your adrenal glands. These disorders can be serious if not treated.

Other names: urinary cortisol, salivary cortisol, free cortisol, dexamethasone suppression test, DST, ACTH stimulation test, blood cortisol, plasma cortisol, plasma

What is it used for?
A cortisol test is used to help diagnose disorders of the adrenal gland. These include Cushing's syndrome, a condition that causes your body to make too much cortisol, and Addison disease, a condition in which your body doesn't make enough cortisol.

28c4c17d No.3599834


Partnership is a whole situation where a trade off is being made, if its stress its usually not through synergy that is fixing it but some other complicated exchange. Like paying a hooker you dont have to keep around except now the hooker doesn't need a mileage report. Your stress is compensated for. Money Joke.

746bbed0 No.3599836

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having a pet reduces stress too
i guess marrying your dog doubles the benefits

and more importantly it has zero risk of bringing more humans into this cursed world

073f4b3b No.3599838

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Im also curious about technologies that could extend the life of pets beyond human age. These animals genes could be used on our furry friends to make them live longer.

66792fbb No.3599840

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Marriage and monogamy is a judeo-christian social construct. If you're not in a polyamorous open relationship, you haven't really lived. Imagine being so narcissistic as to limit your romantic potential to only one other person.

3c5feb23 No.3599841

Marriage has existed in all sorts of places. India, China, and other places, even before (((Christianity))) was introduced.
As a bisexual, I hate monogamy, but please do get your facts right.

80693568 No.3599843

I would love to get married and have a husband but that would require someone to love me and that will never happen

746bbed0 No.3599846

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a dog will love you even when your mom doesn't

c5451f38 No.3599858

your mom has a penis?

746bbed0 No.3599862

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who has time for marriage when there's so many videogames to play

d4dbbe2d No.3599873

I completely gave up on dating, much less marriage, decades ago.

Hell, I couldn't even get any when I was buff and in the military.

Too creepy, I guess.

21b09790 No.3599874

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polyfag theory
>I love my wife but being constantly just with each other is boring so let's have a mutual agreement to mix it up
polyfag practice
>n-no I didn't fuck others yet, but that will change, pinky promise
>it's ok when my wife rides other dicks more than mine
>…while mooching off my money and living in my house
>if I'll be a good boy she'll suck me off and then let me play my Switch
>is this kid mine? idk I luv my wife's son
>what is this weird rash on my crotch

c47791e5 No.3599875

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>Too creepy, I guess.

but you're living the life

737bf828 No.3599884

Same. Although I never got buff in the military, i was in the top 3% percentile on physicals. I lost points because of the ridiculous waist requirements. I'm 6'1, I shouldn't have the same waist requirement as a guy who's 5'3.

We are creepy, introverted incels.

80693568 No.3599906

Even a dog wouldn't love me, not that I'm even able to take care of one.

401eddad No.3599945

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That's just what the world wants you to believe.

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