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Why You Need To Hug More Often In Your Relationship

Why You Need To Hug More Often In Your Relationship

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Hugs are such frequent and automatic gestures that their value may be overlooked. But it turns out the common hug is not so common after all. More than a simple embrace or squeeze on the shoulder, hugs have many physical and emotional benefits, especially when enjoyed by two lovers:

1. You and your partner can beat the average. The typical length of a hug is about ten seconds (shorter for those who don’t know each other well). Surely you and your love will want to double that duration!

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 2. A hug conveys caring.
After a hard day, hugging your partner says, “I’m here for you. We’re in this together.”

3. Hugs promote heart health. A large-scale study found that while hugging, people’s heart rate lowered significantly compared to those who didn’t hug.

4. Hugs elevate our mood. When we embrace someone, oxytocin (also known as “the cuddle hormone”) is released, making us feel warm and soothed.

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  5. They provide reassurance. A hug lets your partner know everything is okay between you.

6. Hugs are a natural stress reliever. If you or your love are feeling stressed, give each a tight squeeze. Doing so reduces the amount of the stress hormone cortisol produced in the body.

7. Hugs can be given anywhere. In public or in private, at the mall or at the park, hugs can be exchanged wherever you are.

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8. You can go for the world record. According to The Guinness Book of World Records, on February 14, 2010, Jeff Ondash gave out 7,777 hugs. He is also the world record holder for the most hugs given in an hour at 1,205. You can do better than that!

9. Hugging boosts the recipient’s self-esteem. This gesture assures your partner that he/she is more than worthy of your affection.

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 10. Hugs help your partner survive and even thrive.
Renowned psychotherapist Virginia Satir said, “We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need twelve hugs a day for growth.” Therefore, don’t hold back.

11. As public displays of affection go, hugs are acceptable and admirable. Some onlookers get uncomfortable seeing a couple making out in public or being overly friendly in other ways. But hugs? Generally acceptable, no problem.

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12. The benefits are mutual. The giver of a hug gets as much benefit as the receiver. Since everybody wins, hug away.

13.  Hugging enhances communication. As nonverbal communication goes, hugging is one of the best. It can foster good verbal communication as well.

14. A hug is a graceful step in the dance of romance. If your relationship isn’t ready for more intimate forms of affection, a hug usually communicates just the right amount of fondness.

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