If you can't fuck your siblings anymore because they ate all the chocolate Danettes and left you only the vanilla ones (really what are these for?), then you're dreaming probably to be a daughter or an only child. But I'll stop you right away: you're lucky to have siblings, even if you don't realize it. In fact, they are good for your health. It's not me saying it, it's science (or crappy pseudo-science magazines, but it matters anyway). So be happy. At worst if you are still fed up with them you will make bitch to your brothers and sisters to avenge you for the dirty trick of Danettes.
1. They reduce the risk of developing multiple sclerosis
Scientists have noticed that people who have been in contact with their siblings at least until the age of 6 have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis in adulthood . Frankly for that alone it's worth sharing his toys for years.
2. They boost your immune system
In fact, generally speaking, when you've had siblings and you've lived with them , you are more likely to have developed a good immune system. All the nasty illnesses they gave you when you were little (do you remember that wonderful Christmas gastro?) have strengthened your defenses and make you today a champion of immunity. You can thank them.
3. They protect you from stress
Siblings protect you from a lot of negative emotions, such as stress, especially in sensitive times like separation from parents. This is especially valid for the youngest children who are a little more protected and have fewer responsibilities than the elders. Anyway we know that the last of the siblings is always the best . Yes.
4. The sisters move you away from depression
Researchers have done statistical analyzes and have shown that having a sister, whether older or younger, significantly decreases the risk of depression. Generally speaking, having a brother or sister who loves you and is nice to you also often helps escape depression. Like what, they may not be that unnecessary…
5. They make you more social
You probably fought a million times with your siblings when you were a kid. It was boring, but it got you better. Yeah. In reality, it allowed you to progress socially, which is good enough for your mental health. And for make you aput easily , too.
6. They prolong your life
Always according to the science, having good social relations increases your life expectancy. And, as I just told you, your siblings have allowed you to increase your social skills from a young age. So you owe them part of your life. You'll think about it the next time you have to find them a Christmas present : take something good instead of giving them not good chocolates .
7. They prevent you from having heart disease
Cuddling with people lower blood pressure and can prevent certain heart problems, so if you are close to your siblings, they can prevent you from ending up on the stretcher of a SAMU just by hugging you regularly . Well, after that, you have to want to give them hugs, and that's not won.
They also allow you to have concrete abs when you laugh while reviewing the worst sibling photos .
Sources: Caducee , Health.usnews , Sciencedaily , Content.time ,