The ups and downs of married life take their toll on dads’ hearts, a new study found.
The roller-coaster relationship between spouses causes blood pressure, bad cholesterol and weight to rise and fall in men compared to those in stable relationships.
When things are bad and the relationship is deteriorating, men’s blood pressure soars.
But when they got along better with their wives, men saw their bad cholesterol and weight drop and generally saw cholesterol and blood pressure improve. (Read more from “Bad Marriage Tied to Bad Health in Men” HERE)