A US survey has shown that bad rencards could have a negative impact on health and further weaken the immune system.
Stress, buttons, overweight. As many problems as bad rencards could lead, according to a new survey by the American eHarmony.co.uk meeting site. About 6% of respondents in the survey testified that they suffered more skin problems like pimples or eczema after a first date failed. In addition, a user in ten saw her appetite increasing due to a meeting gone wrong.
The survey also revealed that one in three adults felt “depressed” after a bad date. A quarter of the participants have secured more apprehended subsequent encounters a bad experience.
The stress caused by poor hot date leads to an increase in the levels of cortisol and testosterone in the body, Linda Papadopoulos says psychologist at the Daily Mail website. High levels of cortisol increase appetite and cravings. Previous studies have shown the link between cortisol and calorie intake. Worse, too much testosterone in the body stimulate the sebaceous glands to secrete pushing more sebum, which would promote acne.
However, a date succeeds could have as much impact on health, but in a positive way. After meeting an interesting person, levels of endorphins and serotonin in the body are high. About a half of the participants have shown to be more optimistic after a good appointment. Thereafter, they often adopted healthier habits such as exercise and balanced diet.
Find someone with whom one is compatible also boosts libido in third participant, due to high levels of hormones such as testosterone and estrogen in the body that play an important role in sexual receptivity.
“The key to deal with a bad experience is to accept what you can learn from the situation and forget the rest,” advises Dr. Linda Papadopoulos. The appointment is as much an opportunity to meet new people an opportunity to get to know yourself, she says.