Poor sleep, inflammation, cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure are among the ways the feeling of loneliness wreaks havoc on the human body.
In this hyperconnected society that we live in, loneliness is an epidemic.
Instead of hiding those empty feelings, here’s what to do with loneliness
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) reported in its General Social Survey (GSS) that unprecedented numbers of Americans are lonely. Published in the American Sociological Review (ASR) and authored by Miller McPhearson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, and Matthew Brashears, sociologists at Duke and the University of Arizona, the study featured …
There is good reason to be concerned about social connection in our current world. Loneliness is a growing health epidemic. We live in the most technologically connected age in the history of civilization, yet rates of loneliness have doubled since the 1980s.
For Britons, loneliness is an epidemic – and they are even more likely to fall victim to its insidious dangers than the elderly. Natalie Gil reports
What is loneliness and how can I stop being so lonely? Our library explores the psychology of loneliness.
by Dr. Ken Matto The subject of this study is loneliness. It is really amazing in a world of 6 billion people that loneliness can be so pandemic.
Jul 17, 2017 · There is a huge demand for sex robots, especially from existing sex doll users. But this raises the question–why the high demand? To search for the answer, we delved deeper to understand the types of users for these products, categorized by the reasons they seek comfort in robotic arms: the findings are summarized in Figure 1.