Unhappiness Explained Even More Harmful Than Cigarettes: Your Body Ages Faster!
According to a new study conducted with the help of artificial intelligence, the aging effect of unhappiness in some people is much greater than smoking. Let’s take a look at the details of his research.
Scientists around the world have started to use artificial intelligence frequently for their research. In the research in this news, the researchers used an artificial intelligence that acts as a special clock that can measure the real biological age of people.
In the light of their findings, scientists conducting their artificial intelligence-supported research observed that being unhappy has a much greater aging effect on some people than smoking.
People with mental problems age faster than those with physical problems.
Decades of experiments among 2.3 million New Zealanders in 2021 found a strong association between mental disorders and the onset of physical illness and death. So the researchers designed a computer algorithm to create a new aging clock that measures various psychological health factors and blood biomarkers.
As a result, the researchers discovered that psychological factors, such as feeling unhappy or lonely, add 1.65 years to a person’s biological age. The effect of unhappiness; even more so than other individual demographics, including biological sex, habitat, marital status, and smoking status. The damage of smoking alone to human biological age was 1.25 years.