Scientifically Proven Benefits of Hugging

Hugging relaxes the muscles by releasing tension in the body. ... A hug lowers blood pressure. When you hug, touch, or sit close to someone you love, your body releases oxytocin, which scientists call the “cuddle hormone.” This hormone can help relax and lower anxiety, which in turn can effectively lower blood pressure. There are three types of people; touchy-feely people who always hug you hello, special occasional huggers and those who find displays of affection uncomfortable. Hugs may boost your immune system. Hug and affection at a young age can keep children healthier in the long run.

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