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Brain and pets


Stressed? Pet your animal :)šŸ¶šŸ±

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One of the most consistent findings among the many studies evaluating the beneficial role of pets in our lives is that they provide an important measure of stress relief. Simply petting or playing with your favorite pet, whether itā€™s a dog, cat, hamster, or canary, stimulates the production of calming chemicals within the brain and helps you relax.

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šŸ Watching fishin an aquarium has a similar calming effect.

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The calming influence of small animals is so effective that many doctors recommend daily pet play as therapy for their patients who are under a lot of stress either at work or at home. Fifteen minutes of tossing a yarn ball to a fog is a wonderful and inexpensive way to shed the stress of a hard day at the office.

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Spend time with your pet, whatever the species, and enjoy its company. Talk to it. Pet it. Scratch it behind the ears. Bask in the glow of the pet-owner bond and feel the anxiety melt away.

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Even the most stressful day is no match for a puppy thatā€™s so happy to see you that its tail is a bluršŸ™ˆ

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