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When you cuddle with someone you care about, your body releases a hormone called oxytocin that calms you and makes you more likely to deal better with stress. For example, you might laugh, distract yourself, or try to solve a problem.
A good cuddle may give you more than just moral support after an injury. The oxytocin it releases can help block pain als. It works so well that doctors are trying to figure out how to treat people with a lab-made form of it. Couples who cuddle and kiss freely tend to be happier, healthier, and less stressed.
Oxytocin is the magic ingredient again, probably because of its calming effects.
You can get a lot out of it in the 10 minutes or so before you go to sleep at night. Parents who cuddle with their babies, especially skin-to-skin, feel closer to them and are more tuned in to their needs. Research shows that d are likely to get more involved, and moms may not feel stressed or sad.
Babies may cry less, sleep better, and breastfeed sooner. And for an underweight baby, it raises survival chances by more than a third.
It helps the brain grow and makes infection and other illnesses, like hypoglycemia or hypothermia, less likely. You may get many of the same benefits as a human cuddle, but your dog might not like it. Fido probably would rather have a pat, a treat, or a kind word. In one study, people were asked to hug a human-shaped cushion with a built-in phone and talk to a partner through the device.
The showed they got one of the big benefits of a real embrace: lower stress hormones. Scientists are studying this effect to see if it might boost social support in this age of technology. Could I have CAD? Missing Teeth?Seeking friend and cuddles
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Health Benefits of Cuddling