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pets and stress

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Modern life is stressful and high levels of anxiety can lead to numerous health problems. Luckily, pets can really help us relax – stroking your cat or simply watching fish swim around in a tank can make your worries melt away. Previous studies have proven that pet owners tend to have lower blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels than people who don’t own a pet. That means having a furry pal can decrease the chances of suffering a heart attack later in life.

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Children with autism and similar learning disorders often find it difficult talking to fellow human beings, but they have no problem at all with chatting away to friendly animals. After all, your pets can’t answer back and will always keep your secrets! You can allso provide some services for your pets especially dog

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Pet owners also experienced smaller increases in heart rate and blood pressure during periods of stress, and these increases were quicker to return to normal afterward, suggests the study, which analyzed dog and cat owners.


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