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It turns out that you can avoid high blood pressure by protecting others. Studies show that older persons who volunteer reduce their risk of high blood pressure, a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. We often have less possibilities for social connection as we age due to social shifts like retirement, bereavement, and the departure of children from the family. Assisting others builds social bonds, which in turn encourages aging in a healthful manner. By lending a helping hand, you can establish new relationships and friendships with people who share your beliefs and interests. It may give you a sense of belonging to a group of people who are changing the world. Being of service to others spreads. If you’ve ever experienced an act of generosity from strangers, you might have felt compelled to return the favor. Additionally, choosing to assist others may encourage them to do the same for others. There is no such thing as an inconsequential or modest act of kindness. Giving a helping hand and being kind to a friend, relative, or neighbor can benefit everyone involved in the long run.

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