Loneliness has harmful effects on the immune system of the human
A study has mad by U.S. researchers from the University of California, that Loneliness has harmful biological effects on the immune system of the human.
According to the study published by French newspaper (Le Journal Santeh) the researchers found after follow-up of 14 volunteers, 14 volunteers, including 6 lives in Loneliness.
Was the work of the blood tests, and study the work of genes during the immune system cells, it was found that 209 genes changed the mechanism of work of persons who live alone, and that a significant portion of these genes has become a reaction leading to the destruction of body cells,
and thus increase their chances of heart disease and hardening of arteries, and Alzheimer''s.
Researchers recommended that, should be given preventive treatment for persons only, such as aspirin.
The previous studies found that people who live alone have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, insomnia and cancer.