The stress hormone cortisol drops when you pet an animal, a recent research found. The stress hormone cortisol is secreted by the adrenal glands.
When children are exposed to pathogens during their first three months of life, their immune systems are strengthened, and they are less likely to develop allergies.
Pets are good for both your brain and your body. According to study, petting animals boosts immune antibodies.
The best method to get you out of bed and walking is with puppy dog eyes. You're more driven to go out when your dog depends on you.
Dogs encourage you to spend more time outside, so you'll be in parks, on sidewalks, and other public locations mixing with others.
It is obvious that pets bring joy to their owners. According to studies, people who own dogs are less likely to be depressed than those who do not.
Having a pet may significantly improve your quality of life in many ways. When under stress, pet owners' blood pressure is lower than those who don't have pets.
Even when ill, pets are there for their owners. Pets can aid in recovery after a heart attack or stroke by lowering blood pressure.
A research published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings indicates that people can sleep soundly with their dog in the room.