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You’re more likely to exercise regularly “Many single women and men care about their health and their well-being,” says De Paulo.
“They exercise, eat right, and live overall healthy lifestyles.” In a 2004 study from the University of Maryland, for example, unmarried adults exercised more than married ones, including those without kids.
“They have ‘the ones’ rather than ‘the one.’” You stress less about chores and money One stereotype of single people is that they’re constantly worried about finding a mate—but that’s certainly not true for everyone.
“Single people—especially single women—often have networks of people who are important to them,” she says.“Living your single life fully, joyfully, and unapologetically—even as other people are insisting, without any good scientific basis, that you must be less healthy than your married counterparts—is a good way to maintain your good health.” HEALTH.COM: 12 Ways Your Relationship Can Hurt Your Health Surgery may be more dangerous Going under the knife carries risks no matter your relationship status, but a 2012 Emory University study found that single people were three times more likely to die in the three months following heart surgery (and 71% more likely to die over the next five years) than married study participants.That’s because every relationship and every person is different, says Bella De Paulo, Ph.D., a visiting researcher at the University of California Santa Barbara and author of HEALTH.She points to a 2011 RAND Corporation survey on alumni of the Wounded Warrior Project, which found that veterans who had never been married reported higher levels of resiliency—the ability to bounce back after injury, illness, or hardships—than those who were married, divorced, or separated.Your heart health may be at risk Single adults are 5% more likely to develop heart disease than their married peers, according to a 2014 study of more than 3.5 million people presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 63rd Annual Scientific Session.Married people are also more likely to have credit card debt—not exactly a health issue in itself, but something that has been shown to detract from both emotional and physical wellbeing.You may be stigmatized—but maybe not for long Single people are often viewed as lonely and unhappy, says De Paulo, which can in turn have a negative effect on their overall health.COM: 13 Reasons to Have More Sex Still, trends do seem to exist among people in different types of relationships, with potential lessons that all adults—regardless of their marital status—can use to better their quality of life.Here are seven ways flying solo may affect your health, for better or worse.