WEB DESK: Catharsis and purging out emotions is good. People may impede you from crying and you too find it embracing but it is actually healthy. Moreover, parents often find it troubling and stressing to calm a crying which is deafening as well.
However, health benefits of crying are rarely highlighted. Some of those positive aspects are given below:
Has anti-bacterial effects
It may leave you stun but yes, crying has an anti bacterial effect. According to scientists it fight against harmful bacteria in the human body. They have named it to a particular enzyme called lysozyme which is present in tears . It said that this enzyme has a quality to kill bacteria within 15 minutes.
It is quite surprising as well but it improves vision too. Tears have potential to lubricate you eyelid and eyeballs which mean tears keep them hydrated. Also, dehydration can cause deteriorating eyesight hence, tears do the job in this regard. Moreover, these tears can remove dust particles from the eyes.
Crying facilitates breathing in babies
Cry of a new born seems irritating at times and it requires patience to deal with it. Since new born babies cry a lot, people often think that they aren’t feeling well. But, in actual it facilitates breathing in babies. Also, first cry of baby is extremely essential and doctors actually try to make them cry so that their breathing process will function smoothly.
Relieves emotional pain
Not everyone likes being emotional in group of people. But one should not restrict it since as it may cause more pain than physical pain. It is also considered as a sign of depression but often avoid talk about emotions. However, Psychiatrists says medicine can do more harm in an emotional case and it is crying that provide relieve. Moreover, crying releases neurotransmitters in the brain which reduces emotional pain.
Detoxifies human body
Through crying, you body releases a stress hormone called cortisol. It has some benefits but has more harmful effects. Moreover, crying reduces the level of cortisol which is another aspect of crying.