We all know that hugs can be comforting during hard times. Hugging helps lower our stress throughout the day.
Researchers found that in the act of hugging, our brain can produce soothing chemicals that help us feel safer and less threatened throughout the day.
One hug from the right person takes all your stress away.
For those who are grieving – either over the loss of a loved one or hearing news of tragic events that killed on board- nothing one says can alleviate the pain and suffering they are going through. But there is something in a hug that makes the aggrieved feel less pained, less stressed and less lost.
Scientists say that the person who received a hug from their family members, partner, or friends had lower blood pressure and heart rate during stressful situations. The Researchers think that the oxytocin hormone tends to reduce stress and increase the happy feeling.
This wordless has worked for millions of people. so the next time, you are going in for a handshake, try a hug and see how you feel afterwards.
Sometimes, all you need is a hug from the right person and all your stress melt away.
The hugs for a shorter duration are less effective than those of a longer duration, even if the hug is from a stranger.
The benefits of hugging are so powerful that it helps people feel less anxious. Hugging is proven to make us healthier and happier.
Hugs don’t just confer emotionally closeness; they have been shown to improve our mental and physical health.
Hugs can change a negative mood by helping the body and mind.
Hugging is the most beautiful force of communication that allows the other person to know beyond a doubt that they matter.
Researchers say that a hug may make an individual feel happy by reducing feelings of loneliness and the harmful physical effects of stress.
Researchers show that a proper deep hug may give the following benefits:
1)it builds trust and a sense of safety.
2) Hugs strengthen the immune system.
3) Because of releasing oxytocin, helps in healing some negative feelings such as loneliness, isolation and anger.
4) Hugging boosts self-esteem. All the hugs we received from our partners, friends and lovers make us more self-confident and happier.
5) Hugging relaxes the muscle by releasing tension in the body.
6) A hug lowers the heart rate and blood pressure.
7) A hug makes us more mindful and aware of the current situation.
Sometimes, a hug is an answer, even when the question is not known.
Hugging speaks volumes without having to use words and is comforting , calming and soothing.
Sometimes, A hug from a person very close to you is worth more than a thousand words.
So, hugs from strangers at a time when you are down and out can work wonders.