Men find it harder to maintain social relationships, but it’s crucial for staying healthy in old age.
At a young age, children are taught the importance of making friends and creating long-lasting relationships. With age, social interaction is just as crucial – if not more – as the University of Rochester Medical Center reported that it can curb feelings of loneliness and isolation, lead to lower blood pressure and even reduce the risk of developing certain chronic conditions such as Alzheimer’s.
Regardless of gender, maintaining friendships is beneficial to one’s health. But a recent New York Times article pointed out …read more