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Don’t let divorce ruin your health and wellness

| Jun 7, 2018 | Divorce

If you’re planning to end a marriage in the coming months, it’s important to be aware of the potential health ramifications that can follow such a big life change. According to health experts, divorce can lead to numerous serious health problems. In fact, studies show that divorced people have far higher rates of smoking and sedentary lifestyle as compared to those who are single or married. Taking proactive steps to preserve health is important for Texas residents. 

Researchers believe that marriage acts to regulate many common behaviors. For example, spouses who have unhealthy habits like smoking or avoiding exercise might be prompted to make better choices at the urging of their partner. When that influence is gone, individuals can slip back into their previous bad habits. 

A divorce is an excellent opportunity to give one’s life an overhaul, and to improve health and wellness. With the right mix of motivation and effort it’s possible to not only avoid negative health consequences, but to actually enjoy gains in health and wellness. That requires a thoughtful and well-planned approach, but it is well worth the effort. 

Texas spouses who are preparing to divorce should take the time to think about their current health and how they would like to make improvements. Incorporating those plans into one’s daily routines is a great way to move through divorce in good health, and to enjoy the months and years to follow. While it may be true that many people experience health declines after a divorce, that outcome is often avoidable. 

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