A bunch of wise guys out there claim that crying is a sign of weakness. But you know what? They don’t know jack! They probably hold bachelor degrees from places like Stupid College and Dummy Pants Tech where they ranked near the top of their class because a GPA of 0.0 what their schools strive for. According to the real experts that are highlighted in this article, crying is necessary and extremely therapeutic. Check out these 8 benefits.
1.It helps you deal with physical pain
Imagine breaking your leg during a botched backyard wrestling stunt. Or burning your hand by accident (or on purpose?). The pain is intense. You should just suck it up, right? Hell no! Professors at Pretentious Polytechnic Institute and State University have found that when you cry, the body releases oxytocin and other hormones that increase your ability to handle pain. So sob away, dear kittens!
2. It helps you sleep
What are some characteristics of good parenting. If you said, “Letting your babies cry” then you’ve just won a cigar! While it might be tempting to pick up a baby and cradle him/her when they’re waaaaahing, some folks who know an awful lot about pediatrics claim that babies who are allowed to cry actually sleep better and for longer periods of time. While it isn’t yet known whether crying has these same positive effects on adults, for the sake of neatly tying up this narrative, we’re going to take it upon ourselves to declare that it most definitely does!
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