- Aug 29, 2020
- 1d 3h 59m
I was planning on roping anyway...
They love to promote "health care" for morbidly obese fat fucks who chose their lifestyle, which costs a fortune.Leftists: free health care for everyone!!
Also leftists: you aren't entitled to free health care, inkler
At least he seems to care abut you i guessMy Dad always said it's not good for a man to be alone, and he was very fucking right.
Women never face loneliness or sexlessness and can leech off their husbands.How exactly does it kill you / worsen your health? That part I don't get it
Wow the mind is really powerful it can literally kill you prematurely jfl
This also explains why women live longer than men. They go through their whole lives never feeling loneliness while men do most of their lives.
Between a rock and a hard place.
Remember how much they bitched about the corona lockdown? Within the first 1-2 weeks.This should tell you everything.We've somehow managed to survive as long as we did on this shit. Normies & all foids would die in 5 seconds flat if they experienced a lick of actual loneliness.
I used to wear that like a badge of honor. Now not so much. We get used to being slapped around by existence and become hardened and numb. What good is getting adept at being a isolated loser?We've somehow managed to survive as long as we did on this shit. Normies & all foids would die in 5 seconds flat if they experienced a lick of actual loneliness.
MODS STICKY THIS
why is basic heath something were made to complete for in society. this is literally satan
tbhIt doenst kill fast enough imo
I really dont care if I live 50 or 70 years, 20 years at those ages means nothing when my teens and 20s are fucked
I wish being lonely would shorten your lifespan by like 90% and kill me before 25
So being ugly is now technically considered unhealthy? and here I thought looks didn't matter
When can i consider myself „isolated”? I mean i have a bit contact with others but its not much. I don’t have any intimate relations though.So I have several studies here to show. The links to the studies are found at the end of this post
Study number 1: Not being lonely reduces your mortality rate by 50%, far exceeding many other health factors
Data across 308,849 individuals, followed for an average of 7.5 years, indicate that individuals with adequate social relationships have a 50% greater likelihood of survival compared to those with poor or insufficient social relationships. The magnitude of this effect is comparable with quitting smoking and it exceeds many well-known risk factors for mortality (e.g., obesity, physical inactivity).
The overall effect remained consistent across a number of factors, including age, sex, initial health status, follow-up period, and cause of death, suggesting that the association between social relationships and mortality may be general, and efforts to reduce risk should not be isolated to subgroups such as the elderly.
To draw a parallel, many decades ago high mortality rates were observed among infants in custodial care (i.e., orphanages), even when controlling for pre-existing health conditions and medical treatment –. Lack of human contact predicted mortality. The medical profession was stunned to learn that infants would die without social interaction. This single finding, so simplistic in hindsight, was responsible for changes in practice and policy that markedly decreased mortality rates in custodial care settings. Contemporary medicine could similarly benefit from acknowledging the data: Social relationships influence the health outcomes of adults.
Study number 2: Loneliness is bad for your health, increases mortality by 26% on average, going up to 48% for the top quintile of isolation
The sample size was 6500 people, all over the age of 52. (after all normies only care about the isolation of old people or just pretend like only old people suffer from that)
Study number 3: Social isolation is as powerful as other classical health factors such as high blood pressure and smoking
Sample size: Almost 17 000. More of the same, I won't be copypasting much, the graphs in the study are really nice.
Clink on the link below if you want to see cool graphs
PubMed Central, FIGURE 1—: Am J Public Health. 2013 November; 103(11): 2056–2062. Published online 2013 November. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301261
Study number 4: Social isolation is as bad as smoking 15 cigarettes per day
Unfortunately I can't find the study itself. It was supposedly conducted by the AARP and published in a journal, but the links i've found to the study give me an error. If anyone can find the study it would be cool. I do have a link to an official pdf from the AARP that mentions this fact on page 3
According to a study published last year in Perspectives on Psychological Science, the health effects of prolonged isolation are equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day. [broken link]
Study number 5: Loneliness could be considered a disease based on the consequences it has on human health
Loneliness may be pathognomic of depression in old age. It is reported to be more dangerous than smoking; high degree of loneliness precipitates suicidal ideation and para-suicide, Alzheimer's disease, and other dementia[3,4] and adversely affects the immune and cardio-vascular system. It is a generally accepted opinion that loneliness results in a decline of well-being and has an adverse effect on physical health, possibly through immunologic impairment or neuro-endocrine changes. Loneliness is thus, among the latent causes of hospitalization and of placement in nursing homes.
Loneliness predisposes a person to physical diseases too as it has an adverse impact on immune, cardiovascular, and endocrine system. Consistent, overwhelming and pervasive loneliness develops stress and ultimately culminates into serious physical disease. Feeling of loneliness and being alone were found to be independent predictors of motor decline in old age. Loneliness was also found to be an independent predictor of mortality and functional decline after controlling for depression. It also leads to memory impairment and learning difficulties, and makes the person prone to Alzheimer's disease. A Dutch study reports that people who feel lonely are more likely to develop clinical dementia over a period of 3 years compared to those who do not experience loneliness.
Study 5 also delves into the differences between loneliness and solitude, risk factors of social isolation etc. It's a decent read. Though they quote a study that said that women are more socially isolated than men jfl. It's in india though so who knows
Links of studies 1 to 5 (4 is missing)
In a meta-analysis, Julianne Holt-Lunstad and colleagues find that individuals' social relationships have as much influence on mortality risk as other well-established risk factors for mortality, such as smoking.journals.plos.org
Both social isolation and loneliness are associated with increased mortality, but it is uncertain whether their effects are independent or whether loneliness represents the emotional pathway through which social isolation impairs health. We therefore assessed the extent to which the association...www.pnas.org