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UNBELIEVABLE! Six easy ways men can live longer.

Generally, men in general are not expected to live as long as women. The average life expectancy for a man is 79 whereas women are expected to live to 82.

According to medics, this is so because of genetics. Women have two X chromosomes, which provides them with a backup if a mutation occurs. However, men do not have that luxury — they only have one X chromosome to express all their genes.

However, there are six ways a man can boost his life expectancy.

1. Stare at boobs

It may seem like an inconvenience or an invasion of privacy to many women, but staring at boobs creates a positive mindset in men.

According to a research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, boobs make men happy, and happiness is the key to unlocking your full potential.

Experiencing pleasant emotions can help individuals make better decisions about their health.

2. Have a lot of sex.

Sex could decrease a man’s mortality rate by as much as 50%.

Sex releases serotonin, the happy hormone which makes us feel better overall. Sex also promotes physical well-being, as well as being a stress reliever — which can help reduce the likeliness of illness.

It protects you from cancer, it keeps your heart healthy, and it helps you sleep better. Not to mention how amazing it feels.

3. Get married

Not something everyone would have thought — but married men do live longer though this depends 
on the age at which they get married.

A survey involving 127,545 American adults found that married men are healthier than men who were never married or whose marriages ended in divorce or widowhood. 

The research also revealed that men who have marital partners also live longer than men without spouses so are men who marry after age 25 get as they get more protection than those who tie the knot at a younger age.

The longer a man stays married, the greater his survival advantage over his unmarried peers.

4. Be responsible

A sense of responsibility can do wonders. A study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology discovered that older people in nursing homes who were given a plant to care for had improved socialisation, alertness and general function.

Perhaps that is why having kids are good for you.

5. Have kids.

According to Swedish researchers observed information from over 700,000 men and 725,000 women born between 1911 and 1925, your little ones might be upping your longevity.

The study showed that people with children had greater longevity across the board.

According to the study, men with kids are expected to live 2 years longer than non-fathers at age 60. By age 80, dads are expected to live about 8 months longer than non-parents.

6. Get a ‘katummy’.

Most men gain a bit of weight after they have kids, but that is not necessarily a bad thing.

A book called “How Men Age” argues that gaining weight after fatherhood makes men healthier, more attractive and more likely to live longer than their “skinny” counterparts.

The author claims that tubby men are less likely to suffer a heart attack or prostate cancer and are more likely to invest their time in their children. It adds that their increased fat levels also make them more attractive to women.

Stay healthy, my friends.

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