Hollywood (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
A few days ago, a report from PsychCentral.com has come out stating that happily married couples appears to be linked to weight gain. In the report, it says that researchers from Southern Methodist University found that an increase of a happily married person’s Body Mass Index (or BMI) goes up over time when they are in a satisfactory relationship.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, couples who have been thinking about, or discussing separation from their partner are less likely to incur the weight penalty of the happy couples.
“It’s pretty well-established that marriage is associated with weight gain, and divorce is associated with weight loss,” said Dr. Andrea Meltzer, assistant professor of psychology. “But the extent to which satisfaction plays a role hasn’t been examined until now.”
Previous research had found that when people are in a satisfying and fulfilling relationship, they are more prone to good health practices. Meltzer added that those studies focused on the behaviors of people, not so much on their weight.
Ultimately, a healthy weight has shown to be a motivation by the desire to attract a partner.
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