Taking your dog out fora walk or playing fetch in the backyard for 20 minutes every day, helps lower the risk of cardiac diseases, including heart failures. These regular exercises with your furry-friend will help you maintain your blood pressure and avoid the dangers of cholesterol. You can’t cheat your way around the weighing scale, so don’t forget to watch what you eat!
The Purr-fect therapy!
The gentle strokes while grooming and petting your fur-ball help in dealing with depression and anxiety. Cats love the limelight, but they also keep you in the pink of health.It’s hard not to laugh when your cat chases a feather-on-a-wand toy, or bats a toy mouse across the kitchen floor.
Watching your fish swim around in the aquarium, re-energizes your senses and brings down your stress level in no time. Research shows that the level of cortisol (a hormone associated with stress) is lowered, and the production of serotonin (a chemical associated with well-being) increases while watching your fish. These tiny schools of joy are natural mood enhancers!
Rein in love!
Physical touch is healing for everyone. Children with autism or ADHD require extra reassurance.The rhythmic motion you experience while riding a horse not only teaches the rider balance but also acts as an effective relaxing technique. Horses are used in equine therapy (animal-assisted therapy) to help these children experience control over their surroundings. They help liven sensory preceptors, making the healing process exciting and engaging.
Sneeze good bye!
It doesn’t seem to make sense, because pet allergies are one of the most common triggers of asthma. Bu ta study performed by ‘Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’ shows that growing up in a home with a cat or a dog reduces your chances of developing allergies and boosts your immunity.
For thousands of years, the relationship between man and animal has proven to be effective in creating an emotional, healing bond. They just don't stand by you in sickness, but they also nurse you back to health.
No matter what kind of pet you get, they’re all delights!