The Health Benefits of Cuddle
With all the benefits of cuddling in mind, Cuddle Therapy was created, a technique that helps us better deal with various emotions such as frustration, anger and sadness. It is worth noting that these feelings will be present in our lives and that the big secret is knowing how to deal with them, making them legitimate and belonging to human life.
It is important to say that this therapy is also recommended at times when individuals feel well and want to share good feelings and energies with each other or with your cuddle comfort. Cuddle Therapy can be practiced by individuals of all ages, gender, gender, etc.
Cuddles are good for health:
Studies show that cuddles have the power to reduce heart rate and blood pressure, and lower the risk of heart disease. There are various comfortable cuddle positions to reduce your stress. This is because the skin has a network of pressure centers that come into contact with the brain through nerves connected to various organs, including the heart.
A cuddle can also strengthen the immune system. Light sternal pressure and emotional discharge activate the solar plexus chakra, which in turn stimulates the thymus gland. This gland regulates and balances white blood cell production, contributing to the maintenance of high levels of immunity.
Lastly, cuddle still lower cortisol levels, known as the stress hormone. High levels of this hormone can damage health, so this drop in its production is important.
Make people happier:
Giving or receiving a cuddle is the simplest way to get the body to release oxytocin, known as the hormone of love and happiness. It increases feelings of attachment, connection, trust and intimacy and helps cure loneliness, isolation and even anger.
Embracing is processed by the nervous system as a reward, and therefore has a major impact on the human mind, giving us a sense of happiness and joy. Whether we are cuddling or being cuddled, the simple physical connection with each other makes us happier.
Cuddles also help cultivate patience and show appreciation, and stimulate the release of dopamine, the pleasure hormone, and serotonin, the wellness hormone, largely associated with good mood.
For all these reasons, cuddles can even be important in treating depression.