Despair accelerates physical death

Fleury studied older women in a small private hospital. The average age of 55 women was 82.

Seventeen of them felt that their lives were hopeless, and they had no choice but to return home to die.

Another 38 thought they had other options besides going to death.

  As a result, within 4 weeks after being allowed to return home, 8 of the 17 elderly women who thought they had no choice left.

Within 10 weeks, except for one of the 17 old women, all of them died.

Under the name, only one of the 38 women who thought they had other choices died within 10 weeks.

  Medical records show that this leads to differences in the physical condition of elderly women that do not lead to such stark consequences.

It is spiritual despair that causes or accelerates physical death.