Tears protect the heart
Crying is good for health, say U.S. researchers from Minnesota and British — from the Lancaster.
Specialists in the study studied the physiological processes that occur with the person at the time when he cries.
It turns out that along with tears of the body are derived substances that are associated with stress. The accumulation of these substances can lead to heart attack. Also, deep breaths that accompany the sobs, also reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol, say researchers.
The experts came to the conclusion that, in General, 88.8% of people after a good cry, feel better.
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