Did You Know – 08/17/2015


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  1. Cuddling (and other acts of love) help to heal physical wounds faster due to the release of oxytocin. Oxytocin is  hormone that simultaneously acts as a neurotransmitter. It is released during orgasm in both sexes and is associated with feelings of love or attachment after sexual acts.

The wonderful things about Oxytocin is:

  1. Easy to get. – Just hug someone
  2. A love potion that’s built right in
  3. It helps mom to be mom
  4.  Reduces social fears
  5. Healing and pain relief
  6. A diet aid
  7. An antidepressant
  8. Stress relief
  9. Increases generosity
  10.  It’s what makes us human

To find out more details on this list go to: 1o9.com

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2. Physical touch makes you healthier:

Whether it’s a squeeze of the hand, a big bear hug, a kneading massage, even a bedroom romp, touch is shaping up to be the ultimate mind-body medicine.

From lowering blood pressure and heart rate to increasing immune function and relieving pain, getting touched or doing some touching makes you healthier — not to mention happier and less anxious.

Hugging your pet is equally beneficial

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3. Crying releases stress hormones or toxins from the body, which is why you feel better after crying.

Crying is considered a release, a psychological tonic, and to many a glimpse of something deeper: the heart’s own sign language, a form of emotional perspiration.

So if you feel like a cry have one, its good for you.

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4.Google’s founders were willing to sell to Excite for under $1 million in 1999—but Excite turned them down.
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5. There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne (pictured at home in 2010) sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976. Ouch!!

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