Americans are expected to spend $1 billion on Valentine’s Day cards, according to the Greeting Card Association. Now that’s a mind-blowing stat! Clearly Cupid and all things love are big business on the 14th of February. This year, regardless of your relationship status, make sure to share some love and celebrate the ones closest to you.
Believe it or not, there are many health benefits to spreading and feeling love. Valentine’s Day is often thought to be a holiday specifically for couples, but it shouldn’t be. Loving relationships, whether they involve a significant other, good friend or family member, have the ability to strengthen your mental wellbeing. The Mayo Clinic found individuals who have a loving support network live healthier and happier lives.
Love is a powerful thing and it’s important to show the special people in your life you appreciate them. One great way to do this is with a simple hug! Not only are hugs an easy way to show people you care, but they also do your body a lot of good. Researchers discovered when female participants received frequent hugs, their body released oxytocin, which lowered their blood pressure and heart rate, supporting their overall cardiovascular health!
Let’s love one another every day. I’ll close with a quote – “One of the best feelings in the world is when you hug someone you love, and they hug you back even tighter.” – author unknown.
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