Usually, some people believe that long-distance relationships are not always ideal. To some extent they are right, but this fully depends on the two partners. Others also love staying miles away from their partners based on their own reasons.
Besides, there are some health benefits of being in a long-distance relationship. These include;
Your skin is less likely to break out. You may ask how? When you're staying together with your partner, you're likely to have continuous skin-to-skin contact, or via sharing the same towel. This increases the risk of transferring one's products to another person's skin, which trigger irritation and breakouts. This rarely happens to partners who stay miles away from each other.
You sleep better when you're by yourself. When you stay alone, you benefit from sleeping solo. Sharing bed can sometimes interfere with the quality of your sleep. Poor sleeping can facilitate your risk of disease like raising your blood pressure and other scary side effects.
You'll not have to worry about contracting a new STI from sex. How? When you're miles away from the only person you're hooking up with, you will less likely to pick up Sexually Transmitted Infection.
You'll be having the best excuse to masturbate. This is true to some people especially when they are in a long-distance relationship. So when you stay miles away from your partner, you're responsible for your own orgasm. According to some research, masturbation is very healthy as it boosts your immune system. It releases stress hormone, and facilitates better sleep by lowering blood pressure.
You likely to have more time for fitness. When you have no one to run home to after work, you can have enough time for physical exercise. You can decide to linger at gym before reaching home. Physical exercise is very healthy to our body. It makes us sweat to release toxic substances from our body. However, this is not likely to happen constantly when you stay together. You will have to spend more time with your partner than for physical exercise.