Let Those Tears Flow

Tears do not merely signify a psychological weakness. This tiny drop of water can be a stress release tool.

Scared, sad, or too happy can suddenly make us shed tears. Unfortunately, we often block hide it because of embarrassment. There is fear because the tears would make us look weak. But now, studies have shown crying can relieve us of stress and emotions that surround.
Medical study found crying can be a tool to remove substances that are associated with the stress out of the body. It is the hormones prolactin, adrenocorticotropic (ACTH) and leucine encephalin.
When stress, the ACTH hormone becomes one of the highest in the body. ACTH is a hormone release from the pituitary gland and is a signal for the adrenalin to produce more cortical. As we know all this, cortical is a hormone produced during stress. The more ACTH means the more cortical is present in the blood.
High levels of cortical in the body will automatically increase blood sugar and raise blood pressure. As a result, it also increases the risk of certain types of diseases, like heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and obesity.
With the release of these substances, the body and mind becomes more relax making a much better mood. Stress levels also fell with decreased levels of cortical in the blood.
Crying can help release tension and stress, as well as expressing emotions. When we are angry and stressed, we have a chemical imbalance in the body. And crying helps reduce it.
If tears could reduce the adverse effects of stress, then why should we be ashamed? Tears do not always mean one is weak.

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