Researchers at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark show that husbands who hear too much nagging wives have a 50 to 100% higher death rate compared to peaceful families, which is even more dangerous for the men. Unstable jobs or jobs.
Controversy is often happening in families especially in households with newly married couples. Even so, the husbands are careful because science shows that listening to a wife nagging too much sometimes reduces the life of a husband.
More specifically, if the husband is unemployed or has an unstable job, the effect is even more pronounced.
Husband and wife get along well, anything can be done.
The study, published in Epidemiology & Community Health, points out that they report 10,000 Danish men and women between the ages of 36 and 52.
The general question is about the common connection between a couple "in daily life, who creates the most pressure for you?" and "who is always asking too much to make you uncomfortable?".
The researchers then gave the participants a piece of paper to tick the boxes including friends, neighbors, spouses, relatives or children.
9% of participants said their spouses demanded too much, 10% thought the problem came from their children, 6% came from families and only 2% came from friends. With the remaining question, 6% of participants always quarreled with their spouses, 6% each with their children, 2% with their families and only 1% with friends.
Men are very susceptible to depression, pressure from nagging the wife.
The team continued to monitor participants for another 11 years, of which 4% of women and 6% of men died, most of them from cancer, the rest came from health or ear problems. victims. Then they continue to statistics on indicators related to gender, marital status, health, mental status, emotional support from outside .
Scientists find that people who are asked too much, or have to listen to grumbling words from their spouses or children, have a 50 to 100% higher death rate than those who have no problems.
People who are required too much have a higher death rate than those who have less to listen to.
Researchers Rikke Lund, Ulla Christensen, Charlotte Juul Nilsson, Margit Kriegbaum and Naja Hulvej Rod from Copenhagen University, Denmark said: "In this study, we realized that men are very susceptible to depression. , pressure from the grumbling words of the wife , while the wives encounter more trouble from relatives and children. "
In addition to the above argument, the team thinks there are many previous findings that men with stress will produce large amounts of cortisol , which in turn will affect their health. And only the closest people in the family such as a wife or children make men so stressful, neighbors; work or relatives are not things that bother men too much.
This is even worse for men who do not have stable or unemployed jobs. The team thinks they are more likely to get nagging from their wives (of course) and their ability to resist stress is not as good as the rich and employed. The reason is that they have too few resources and relations to handle the internal crisis.
This is even worse for men who do not have stable or unemployed jobs.
However, the research team said the above statistics are for reference only because it depends heavily on surrounding factors.
However, they also advise couples to build healthy relationships, find ways to resolve conflicts to keep families warm, long lifespans.