If you’ve been dating a sugar daddy and you’re hoping he’ll make the May-December relationship official with a ring, this bit of useful information might help to speed up the process. There’s a wealth of scientific research to prove that your sugar daddy can actually live a longer life if he makes you his wife. Compared to single men, married men are usually healthier, both physically and mentally, and therefore tend to have a longer life expectancy.
For starters, a Harvard University study found a significant increase in the detection of various forms of cancer among married people, and married patients were much more likely to survive a cancer diagnosis.
The same thing goes for your sugar daddy’s risk of heart disease, which is still the leading cause of death among American men. A study published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine found that marriage reduced a man’s risk of dying from heart disease by almost half (46%), compared to single men—and this held true even after taking into account other risk factors like smoking, weight, and blood pressure.
Marriage is also proven to benefit your sugar daddy from a mental standpoint, because studies have shown that married folks are generally happier and less stressed than their single counterparts—and it’s known that stress can significantly undermine his mental health, which will wind up impacting his physical health, too.
And it’s known that men, no matter how independent and mature they are, rely more on emotional support from their spouse. Unlike women who turn to their friends for support, men are more likely to turn to their wife after a bad day, and having that shoulder to lean on will further benefit his mental health.
Then there’s the fact that as his wife, you’re more likely to keep tabs on your sugar daddy’s health, whether it’s by encouraging doctor visits or pushing him to stick to a healthy diet. Furthermore, wives are more likely to discourage risky behavior, like smoking. All of this will inadvertently add years to his life.
Before rushing to push your sugar daddy into popping the question, it’s important that you first make sure that your May-December relationship is solid before. If you and your sugar daddy rush into marriage without the foundation of a healthy relationship, you’ll actually be undermining the many health benefits, not just for him, but for you, too.
What do you think: Do you agree that marriage can help your sugar daddy live longer?
Juntti, M., “Does Marriage Help You Live Longer?” Men’s Journal web site; http://goo.gl/McMV9i, last accessed October 15, 2014.