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The world’s oldest woman reveals the secret that helped her live to be 115

The key to the longevity of the world’s oldest man is simple: Get rid of toxic people.

Confirmed by Guinness World Records on 19 January Maria Branyas Moreira, A 115-year-old Spanish woman, as the oldest person in the world.

Born in San Francisco, Moreira moved to Spain at the age of 8. His life hasn’t been without setbacks: He lived through both world wars and survived the 1918 flu pandemic before retiring to a nursing home 22 years ago.

Moreira attributes his longevity to “order, peace, good relationships with family and friends, contact with nature, emotional stability, absence of worries and regrets, lots of positivity and staying away from toxic people”. Guinness World Records.

this long lived woman sometimes He also posts words of wisdom on his Twitter account, which is run by his daughter.

According to Guinness World Records, “I think longevity also has a lot to do with luck.” “Luck and Good Genetics.”

Science Says Toxic Relationships Are Bad for Your Physical Health

Although research has shown that maintaining social connections is important for living a long life, keeping toxic people around can do more harm than good.

“One of the biggest indicators that your relationship is negatively affecting your emotional health is that it is affecting an area of ​​your life such as work, friendships, family, health, finances, spirituality, or the time you spend inaction”, explained earlier to business Insider Carolyn McNulty, Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

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Furthermore, a 2020 study that interviewed over 3,000 middle-aged and elderly people found that Persistent criticism from the partner had the greatest impact on quality of health and mortality.

The researchers noted that their findings suggest that “Relationship quality” has a greater impact on a person’s mortality risk, whether or not they have a partnersuggesting that being single may be healthier than having an overly critical spouse.

other tests Toxic relationships have been linked to depression and high blood pressureand licensed therapist Shannon Thomas previously explained business Insider that patients who are suffering from abusive relationships receive counseling Digestive and memory problems.

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