People with non-traditional orientation is less susceptible to the effects of stress

According to the newspaper The Telegraph, those sexual minorities who have openly declared their sexual orientation, less susceptible to stress than those who don't dare to openly say so.

This is the results of a study conducted by canadian researchers from the hospital Louis Lafontaine at the University of Montreal. They measured the levels of cortisol, as well as several other indicators of stress among gay, lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual. In experiment took part 87 people of both sexes, aged 25 years.

It turned out that less likely to have their depression and stress people gay, while heterosexuals were more susceptible to them.

And those gays and lesbians who have made coming out, that is stated about their sexual preferences openly, even less prone to stress than the other two groups.

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