According to Business Insider, “A new study suggests hugging after an argument can help improve relationships. It adds to the body of evidence that cuddles are psychologically good for us.” They feel good and great for our mentality. Hugging helps us bond with each other by releasing the love hormone oxytocin. Hugging can reduce blood pressure and even help your immune system ward off a winter cold.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University found that people who touch each other more frequently have better physical and psychological health, as well as having improved relationships, because they hug after fighting.
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