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Regardless of the level of your partner relationship, you should keep in mind the ways that your romantic bond may influence both your mind and your body.
According to a 2012 study, people tend to gain weight as they settle into marriage (they "let themselves go"), but lose weight when a marriage ends.
When couples do put on weight, it may be a symptom of conflict, not necessarily "letting themselves go." It has been shown that dissatisfaction in a relationship can lead to passive-aggressive eating behaviors and sleep problems, which will ultimately lead to weight gain.
Did you know that regular physical intimacy can reduce stress and boost well-being? A 2009 study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, found that people who frequently had sex were healthier mentally and more likely to report greater satisfaction with their relationship and life overall.
Also, a partner's watchful eye and day-to-day care appears to foster a healthier lifestyle and closer attention to health problems.
People in healthy relationships take care of each other and may feel more of a desire to take care of themselves.
Your partner's behavior outside the bedroom can just as easily send stress levels moving in the opposite direction.Between us we have eight wonderful children (six of whom are adults) and both of us are committed to a loving, mature and healthy relationship as the years unfold.When it comes to a person's well being, there are many factors which affect our health, whether it's behaviors we exhibit toward each other or the habits that we pass on to each other.Parenting disputes, disagreements about money, or even deciding who does which household tasks have been shown to increase stress.Sex isn't the only type of physical contact that can lower stress and improve health.