5 Scientifically Proven Reasons On Why To Embrace Pet-Parenthood

23 Jul 2017 | by | Posted in: Life with Dogs

Your neighbor has a pet, but you are still struggling with convincing your family to get one?

Get set for a pet, because I have found the ultimate list of 5 must read reasons to include a paw-buddy in your life that too backed by science!

Personal Shrink!                                & nbsp;                                &nb sp;   

There is mounting evidence that stroking your pet for as less as 5 minutes could do wonders to your mood. In no time they can steer all your worries away.


Amplify your physical health 

As a pet-walker you will not only get more exercise, but better quality exercise than the people who simply walk or run on their own. You are also more likely to stick to your fitness plans than other. It’s a win-win situation!


Boost Immune System           

Your multi-vitamin is four legged, Pets (especially dogs) help to strengthen body to fight off allergy related antibodies as they act like probiotic, helping you to build useful bacterial colonies.


Ease the Pressure                                                                  &n bsp;   

Had a day synonymous to spilling mustard on your white shirt? ( It happens!) Just being around your pet will increase the level of stress-reducing-hormone, oxytocin and decrease the levels of cortisol.


Combat Social-Isolation                                                                           

In case you have low levels of human social support, choosing to spend some quality time with the furry will help you in opening up better about your feelings and spread merry.

"Dogs aren't are whole life, but they make our lives whole."

After reading this pawn-ing research, I hope you get one soon.

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