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Valentine Day And Health

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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    Valentine's Day can be about more than just giving roses and a nice card to your sweetheart. You can use romance to improve your life expectancy and brain health in your later years.


    Studies have shown that individuals who consume a diet rich in anti-oxidants, enjoy a rich social life, and constantly challenge their bodies and brains in pleasurable ways often live longer -- and happier -- lives than their counterparts who aren't so inclined.


    So this Valentine's Day, see how many items you can check on this romance, health and longevity scorecard:


    -- Eat dark chocolate
    -- Drink red wine
    -- Go ballroom dancing
    -- Stay happily married
    -- Have more sex


    So men, take your paramour out to dinner, order some red wine and chocolate, go dancing, and after that...well, the rest is up to you.


    And if you really want to score with your sweetie, plan your retirement so that she's guaranteed a lifetime retirement income.

    This way, when you're gone, you won't be sorry that she's become an impoverished widow. After all, "love means never having to say you're sorry."

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    I love this, such great advice. Also, less stress decreases the likelihood to develop hypertension, which is a risk factor for several cardiovalscular, pulmonary, and neurovascular disorders.

    Also, I have a question. Do suicide rates increase or decrease around Valentine's Day compared to an average day which isn't a recognised holiday?
     


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