Study Confirms That Angry Girlfriends Improve a Man’s Health. It’s Time to Show Him Your Fierce Side

How many men on this planet have actually smashed plates, glasses or other objects at home out of rage, frustration and anger because of a girlfriend or partner’s bad temperament? It sounds funny but this is a reality where there are many relationships involving that nagging female partner who can be infinitely annoying and irritating but you know what? It isn’t a cause for concern. You may feel like catching your girlfriend or wife and shaking her up when she makes you go ballistic even in public, but now a study says that’s actually good for you. Can you believe that?

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1Women with stronger personalities were good for a man’s health

Yes!! Research has now revealed that a woman with a strong personality should be considered a godsend by their partners who are lucky to have someone like that. Such girlfriends and wives says research, actually, reduce the risk of health problems like diabetes in partners. This means, your nagging wife, or your girlfriend who loves a good verbal sparring match at the tip of her voice won’t cause you mental tension, instead, she is doing you a great service by keeping disease away from you, fancy that!

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2The benefits of being in a bad mood

There is much debate on whether a strong personality is good or not. Is it worth being in a bad mood? The research in question says it has several benefits. The study conducted in Michigan State University along with the University of Chicago has revealed some amazing facts about a bad temper which they analyzed to see what impact it has on health and relationships mainly focusing on the risk of diabetes.

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3What to take into account

The study involved 1,228 couples who were all interviewed about their relationship and how satisfied they were in it. They were asked questions like how happy they were with their partners and whether they spent their free time together. Other questions ranged from trust issues and openness with each other to their demands of each other, and how much criticism they experienced form each other.

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4The researchers decided to look at marital relationship and the effect on diabetes

Diabetes is one of the fastest-growing chronic diseases in the USA where the CDC estimated 25.8 million Americans suffered from it in 2010 which increased to 29 million in 2012. As of 2015, more than 30 million were found suffering from diabetes and today that number is pegged at more than 100 million living with diabetes. The consequences of diabetes are many and can also lead to fatality. Since the disease can be controlled by identification and lowering its risk, it becomes extremely important to pay attention to factors that create effective prevention strategies for management of the disease.

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