Laughing, crying and getting angry are all normal human emotions. Emotions guide our behavior & relationships.However if we ponder over it ,Emotions have a significant effect on your health too!
It is well said that “laughing is the best medicine“. Laughing has a positive impact on our health, when we laugh our lungs get more oxygen, more calories are burned, and there is better flow of blood. Laughing infuses a new energy, gives relief from pain and removes tension. This is the reason why so many people are finding is beneficial to joining laughing clubs, to stay fit.
Crying is associated with depression, sadness and pain, however crying is a natural process. When a baby is born, the first thing that mothers want to hear is her child’s cry, which reassures that his or her lungs are working properly, and that he is healthy. Crying can be healthy for adults too.If laughing is the best medicine then crying is the best reliever. It can relives many of your health problems. Crying is also considered good. It not only brings out the deep rooted feeling but externally it also brings out the dirt from your eyes.
Crying loud can help to relive tension.In recent studies it is observed that compared to men women have less incidences of heart problems.
As per, American scientist William H frank, crying helps in detoxifying our body. He advises his patients to watch emotional movies to relieve tension. Crying helps in many eyes related diseases.Crying helps in keeping the eyes moist and removing dirt & bacteria from your eyes.
It has been observed that emotional people who cry often, are more jolly mood than people who do not cry often. People who do not cry usually often gets irritating and frustrated easily.
In children especially, it has been found that crying helps in strengthening of heart muscles. So at times, as a parents it may be better to let the child cry for a while, than giving in to their unresonable demands.
Getting angry is also a human nature, but too much anger is bad for your health . While you are angry your blood pressure goes up, your heart start beating faster & your face becomes red (some people may also start sweating). People who cannot control their anger usually suffer from high blood pressure problem, heart diseases, migraine and headaches.
Anger is harmful for your health.
In a study at an American institute for stress it has been found that women who remain angry and irritated often, have more chances of developing heart diseases. While you are angry your arteries tend to contract and your heart gets less than normal blood. Such women also tend to gain weight faster. As a solution we suggests that you should try to change the situation that causes anger. If it is not possible to change the situation then you should try to accommodate.