I’ve been pondering a lot lately about the healthy practice of crying. This article came along very timely, so I definitely want to share it with you all. Good stuff!
When was the last time you had a good cry? Most folks see watery eyes as a sign of emotional weakness, however, confronting your emotions requires a great deal of strength in the form of personal vulnerability.
Amidst a continuous stream of salty tears slowly sliding down our check, making our eyes puffy and temporary blurring our vision, do you ever wonder what emotional or physical benefits this suspended state of helplessness could have on our delicate and fragile physic?
Well, grab a tissue if you have to and read on to learn some surprising benefits of crying.
1.Crying Releases Toxins
Crying is known to have both physical and mental cleansing effect. The tears that are produced by stress aid the body in getting rid of the stress hormone known as cortisol.
Just like other exocrine processes like urinating, exhaling, sweating, toxic substances are released from the body when we…
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