8 Surprising Health Benefits Of Love

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Ain’t love grand? It’s fulfilling, exciting and, as it turns out, good for you, too. Love  can bring you more than just giddiness—it can also positively affect your health and well-being. So whether you’ve been married for years or are single and looking, the following evidence will remind you why it’s important to make room for love in your life.

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It may bolster your immune system.

Research suggests that happy couples who engage in positive conflict resolution have higher functioning immune systems than those who don’t, says Gian Gonzaga, MD, senior director of research & development at eHarmony Labs. He points to a study by Ronald Glazer and Jan Kiecolt-Glaser, in which couples were observed during disputes. The couples who displayed the most negative behavior during the fights also showed the largest decline in immediate immune system functioning. Those who argued in a more loving, positive way had higher immediate immune function. Looking to fight in a healthier way? According to Dr. Gonzaga, the key to positive conflict resolution is productively engaging in the conversation without retreating or “stonewalling” each other.

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It can make you physically fit.