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Posts Tagged ‘Partner’

Wonders of a Hug: Reduces Stress Levels and Increases Social Bonding

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Wonders of a Hug Reduces Stress Levels and Increases Social BondingDid you hug your loved one today? Well, if you have missed it today, hurry up to give a tight hug to your loved one at least for a minute and see the wonders of it. For, the rest of the day you will feel so relaxing and stress free.  Hugging someone is one of the most positive forms of communication. It expresses love, gratitude, respect, approval and forgiveness. It’s also an excellent way to achieve emotional satisfaction. Surprisingly, this act also has got a good load of health benefits.

Scientists have said that, hugging releases a hormone called oxytocin into the bloodstream. This hormone helps in lowering the blood pressure and reducing the levels of stress and anxiety. It is also known as a good source of boosting the skills of your memory. A good snuggle allows the oxytocin to flow continuously. We produce this hormone on a daily basis through activities like playing with a pet, singing, dancing, knocking boots and other activities. However, hugging is one of the fastest ways to flush in the flow of the level oxytocin in your body and calms down your nervous system.

Hugging also releases the hormone serotonin and dopamine. These hormones help in uplifting the mood and feel good. And, as a result you will get closer to the person who makes you feel good. This in turn gives a positive effect on your health.

In one way, hugging is good for health, for the release of the hormone oxytocin lowers the blood pressure. Low blood pressure reduces the risk of heart attack. A note for people with weak hearts or high blood pressure – Cuddle your loved one tightly everyday and see the magic of it.

The hormone Oxytocin is produced in the pituitary gland that is popularly known for increasing the bonding and social behavior. Increased levels of oxytocin are also found in people in good relationships. They are also found in women undergoing the child birth process and during breastfeeding. And, this increased level helps the Mother to bond with the baby. Researchers have also stated that hugging on a daily basis softens your personality and make you more empathetic over time.

Neurologists have also stated that hugs impart a positive effect only if the two hugging trust each other. The associated feelings need to be present mutually then only the corresponding signals will be sent across. In case of unwanted hugs from strangers, the hormone is not released and there is a rise in anxiety levels. This could further lead to stress and distance keeping behaviour.

Hugging is certainly a good form of communication; however trust between the two is important.

It is also a good way of getting close to each other. If your relationship is not working out then try hugging your partner for 20 minutes everyday and it will bring out a significant difference in your relationship. In the past five years, cuddle workshops have also originated in London. Well, all of us have experienced a hug at some point. Some are lucky to get it every day. And, I am one of those lucky ones, as I get to a tight from my mom every night before sleeping.

How about you- When was it the last time that you got to cuddle someone really tight. If not, you share one with someone today!

By- Angelica Campbell

A Woman’s Age decides her Mr. Perfect

Monday, December 17th, 2012

A Woman’s Age decides her Mr. PerfectHere is something very interesting to share out with all the ladies out there! Did you know that your age influences your idea when you are looking out for the perfect man in your life? According to an annual report by by Lovegeist stated that a woman’s age will dictate a lot of characteristics that they will look out for in their partner. The report tracked the changing attitudes of woman towards dating and relationships changed with the passing years in their life. Women over 55 years were the choosiest of all in selecting the guy they wished to date with. And, they were considered to be the woman with utmost standards

Women in the age group from18 to 24 wanted a guy whom they can show off in front of their friends. In fact, 47% of the girls in this age group will choose someone that was approved by their friends. They prefer to date good looking men with six packs and good physical shape. Men with a good taste for music, movies and books are important for the girls in this age group.

Next, is the range from 25 to 34. In this age group two third women aim towards men successful in their careers. Men to qualify themselves for this category will have to be serious about their ambition. Even sexual compatibility is important for people in this age category in comparison to the other age categories. Women in the age group from 35-44 prefer to settle down and are more likely turned on by older men. Around 73% women of this age group will wish to date someone five years senior to them and with someone good at socializing with people. No female of this age category will prefer to date a guy with bad manners.

Following this is the age category from 44-54. Security is the main concern for females in this age range and 95% women in this age range will go for men with whom they can be a bit secure. Looking out for a man with high income is an important criterion for women in this category. They are less picky about the person with whom they are dating and focus more on the guy being settled. In the overall scenario, it has also been found out that women are likely to date men five years younger to them. In the later part of the life, women aim more towards cerebral delights. For women above 55, intelligence and shared values are a concern. It is told that as woman grow older, they become picky and choosy about the person with whom they romance.

By- Angelica Campbell