Embracing each other on Eid has medical benefits

Embracing each other on Eid has medical benefits

According to a survey conducted by Health Line, embracing someone reduces stress levels and promotes happiness.
Embracing each other on Eid has medical benefits

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11 Apr 2024

Holding someone close or hugging them isn't just a tradition during Eidul Fitr, it also offers health benefits and has a positive impact on mental well-being.

After Namaz-e-Eid, Muslims begin their celebrations by exchanging hugs.

According to a survey conducted by Health Line, embracing someone reduces stress levels and promotes happiness.

The survey, which analyzed data from 400 people, found that hugging decreases the likelihood of illness as well. Medical experts suggest that embracing releases oxytocin, the "cuddle hormone," which contributes to feelings of happiness.

Further research indicates that hugging helps individuals overcome fear and aids in healing.

Embracing during Eidul Fitr not only enhances happiness but also fosters harmony and helps prevent conflicts and depression among individuals.

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