Nagging is highly irritating to everyone in this time of quarantine
The science behind Nagging is the electromagnetic wave forms that women uses to irritate man until he submit to her wishes . It is like a succubus demon who keep Nagging until you give up. It affects the man nervous system causing headache, stress and then anger.
Nagging can be divided to four kinds
1- Alternating Nagging , and that is when you taken a rest or watching your favorite game on TV, eating chips, and drinking beer while your wife doing all the work in the house , and serve you your meals , then she does the nagging every half an hour, or stand in front of the TV vacuuming and dare you to say a word.
But you are a smart man, you have 3 TVs in your house, so you move to the other room to watch your favorite game and refusing to help her, until she come to clean the other room and follow you everywhere you go.
2- Continuous Nagging, and that is when she Nag and Nag and Nag until she gets what she wants , But make sure that when she come close to you ,or close to your money, you immediately put a measuring tape between your money and her and tell her to stay 2 meters away for social distancing and don’t touch the money .
3- The Electromagnetic Nagging, telepathic Nagging, or long distant nagging; and that is when your woman have so strong personality with nagging she is considered a Nagginologist, you will feel her Nagging even if she is not around you ,or when you are at work or your car, it causes you stress and depression and it make you feel that you don’t want to come back home .
4- Nigh mare nagging; and that is her Nagging will haunt your dreams and you see her in your dreams and waken you up at the middle of the night sweating and scared ,then you see her beside you in bed and scream like Homer Simpson and go to sleep so you dont wake her up nagging again. Best thing is to give her double masks and you get earplugs. LOL…This is just a jock so dont take the above Nagging too seriously ,and let us go now to the real science behind Nagging.
It is possible for husbands to nag, and wives to resent them for nagging. But women are more likely to nag, experts say, largely because they are conditioned to feel more responsible for managing home and family life. And they tend to be more sensitive to early signs of problems in a relationship. When women ask for something and don’t get a response, they are quicker to realize something is wrong. The problem is that by asking repeatedly, they make things worse.
Men are to blame, too, because they don’t always give a clear answer. Sure, a husband might tune his wife out because he is annoyed; nagging can make him feel like a little boy being scolded by his mother. But many times he doesn’t respond because he doesn’t know the answer yet, or he knows the answer will disappoint her.
For most people who enduring a Nagging partner can be quite aggravating. However, new research from Europe tells us that being on the receiving end of critical nagging from your wife is a serious hazard to your health. Recent research has suggested that chronic nagging is linked to literally hundreds of unnecessary deaths each year.
The research reveals that husbands who experience nagging from their fretful partners were more than twice more likely to die within ten years than those with less stressful marriages. These deaths were gender-linked. The science shows that men may become ill and die from their physiological reactions to being nagged.
Let’s be clear about this. It’s not the nagging itself which is deadly, It is rather the habitual physiological reactions that men experience, and fail to gain mastery over, that erodes their health and well-being. Failure to accept influence is a crucial factor.
Death by nagging is a deadly intersection of physiology, personality, and socialization. It is not the fault of frustrated, long-suffering wives. If these husbands nag back, their wives are far more immune to death by nagging. Research indicates that enduring a nagging husband resulted in little impact on female death rates.
Women can tolerate a chronically nagging spouse much better than men, most likely because they process being on the receiving end of negative emotions differently, and engage in better self-care through social supports.
The research indicates that over 300 extra deaths per 100,000 people per year could be caused by persistent spousal criticism, nagging and the incessant articulation of demands and concerns.
Nagging increases stress levels, and stress has long been identified as having a massive impact on health. Men who are nagged are at increased risk of heart disease and stroke, and being nagged also encourages poor self-care habits such as stuffing down unpleasant emotions, eating junk food, and a living a sedentary lifestyle which magnifies the problem.
Jobs and Careers offer a space for positive self-worth which tends to mitigate the impact of a stressful marriage. The study also shows that the stress of unemployment combined with being frequently nagged increases the death rate for these husbands. Especially nowadays with laid off and home quarantine, men and women are sensitive to Nagging kids and to each other.
So be kind to each other and talk about it, phone your friends and family , text them ,try to share on line or social media face time with your family all together including the kids so all of you feel that you are connected. The combined effect of frequent demands and worries from a partner and being unemployed could account for well over 4oo deaths per 100,000 people per year.
This was a very large study. Danish researchers questioned 10,000 men and women aged 36 to 52 about their everyday social relationships, asking which partner was the nagger or the “naggee.” The researchers tracked these 10,000 couples over a decade. The results were that 4% of the wives died, and a third more, 6% of the men died as well. Try to make sure that your teenager kids have people to talk to and try to listen to them and help them as much as you can as this can reduce suicides.
The research shows that about 50% of the deaths were from cancer, followed by heart disease, stroke, liver disease, accidents, and suicide. Around one in 10 study subjects reported that either their partner or children were a frequent or constant source of chronic demands and nagging. An unexpected finding from this study was that children nag too. 6% of the study subjects reported that they were often in conflict with either their spouse or children.
The study results tell us that constant demands and nagging from children appeared to increase the risk of early death by almost 50%. Curiously, conflict with friends, neighbors, and even other relatives had no negative health impacts.
I guess the old song “you only hurt the one you love” has some science behind it. The most dangerous impacts were from constant, ongoing marital conflict. Husbands who reported that marital conflict was an ever-present or frequent factor in their marriage were twice as likely to die.
Ok, enough nagging .
Steve Ramsey, PhD. Public Health. Okotoks, Alberta.