Reasons Why We Close Our Eyes And Feel Happy When Hugged By...

Reasons Why We Close Our Eyes And Feel Happy When Hugged By Someone

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Hugs were invented to let people know you love them without having to say anything. I love it when I hug someone and just when I’m about to let go, they hug me even tighter!

This simple action of embracing creates feel-good energy for both the giver and recipient. I don’t know why our society considers it to be obscene, but Science has been looking into its positive effects. Hugging is a crucial part of human development, after all ‘Jaadu ki jhappi aise hi nahi famous hai ji !

1. Just a hug can make your heart healthy!


Embracing activates the hormone oxytocin, which makes us feel all warm and fuzzy. Give your heart a boost with some hugs.


2. Hugging makes you stress free…get as many as you can


If you are feeling a bit drained or pressured, find someone you care about and give them a all-enveloping hug. Quick fix for relieving stress – a hug


3. Hugging babies makes them well-adjusted when entering teenage


Touch is critical to infants, especially in their early stages of life as it helps them bond with others as they get older. Hugging and showing affection are important for a baby’s development.


4. Hug is the most important medicine for adults


Physical touch and hugging can combat feelings of loneliness that arise as people get older. Seniors can improve their well being with a tender embrace.


5. Hugging is also a great workout to regenerate muscles


An experiment performed on mice found that older mice who were injected with oxytocin regenerated their muscles faster, matching the regeneration rate of younger mice. Add hugs to your workout.


6. Hug makes you feel more present and active in time.


This simple meditation is a great way to combine mindfulness with a powerful dose of oxytocin.  Try the hugging meditation to center and connect.


7. Having some kind of fear?? Go hug a loved one!


Hugging can help alleviate fears.


8. That feeling when you hug someone and you just don’t wanna let go..


When people hug for 20 seconds or more, the feel-good hormone oxytocin is released which creates a stronger bond and connection between the huggers. Oxytocin has been shown to boost the immune system and reduce stress. Hold on a bit tighter and make that hug last more than 20 seconds.


So, If someone stops you to hug them or someone else… just blow their mind with these facts and tell them to take it casual yaar:)

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