FRISKY FRIDAY FINGER-MINGLE:  Holding Hands Helps You Do THIS
Study:  Holding Hands Can Boost Your Mental Health

Hand-holding starts when we are babies touching our parents’ palms, and touch’s positive impact can even help us in our adult years.

A study of 16 married women, who expected to feel pain, felt relief when they were able to hold their husband’s hand.

The happier the relationship, the greater the pain relief.

Another study, done in 2021, found that holding hands can decrease cortisol, the stress hormone.

Hand-holding can also help your body produce oxytocin, which is also known as the “love hormone.”

(Handin’ you a little more, here:  dailymail.co.uk)

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