Faith and Health

Jun 11

Faith and Health

j0382674Further to my “notes and quotes” post of last Friday on the book Younger Next Year for Women: Live Strong, Fit, and Sexy – Until You’re 80 and Beyond I wanted to add one more important point the authors make about staying young and healthy.  This is regarding faith:

People who search for meaning in their lives and their experiences survive loss better, cancer better, heart disease better, and have healthier immune chemistry, lower C-6 markers of inflammation and lower risks of stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.  People who report that faith is an important part of their lives have mortality rates a third lower than average.  They have lower blood pressures, and lower blood sugar levels, spend fewer days in the hospital and report substantially higher levels of life satisfaction and emotional well-being.

Sounds like some pretty good reasons to search a little deeper for the answers to the “big” questions.

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