Study says that crying reduces stress and prevents weight gain
Crying in a stressful situation can be a good sign. A study conducted at St. Paul-Ramsey Medical Center in Minnesota found that tears release hormones that represent physical or emotional exhaustion.
Substances like prolactin, andreneocorticotrophic, leucine, and enkephalin (which is an analgesic natural) are produced by the body in situations of great stress and, during crying, they are eliminated along with tears.
The release of andrenocorticotrophic also helps to lower levels of cortisol, hormone linked to nervousness, anxiety and to panic. This causes the feeling of well-being to grow and, at best, prevents weight gain.
This is because when cortisol levels are high, the adrenal glands are overloaded, causing high fluid retention and accumulation of fat in the body.
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