Sometimes we just need a hug. A hug where someone wraps their arms around you so tight and reminds you that everything will be okay.

Sometimes we just need a hug

When we hug a loved one, oxytocin levels drive up. This lowers blood pressure, reduces stress and anxiety and can even improve memory. Is that why a hug from the right person at the end of a long, grueling day feels so great?

Did you know that a 20 second hug releases the bonding hormone and neurotransmitter oxytocin, which is nature's antidepressant and anti anxiety

"Sometimes I just get sad for no reason. And when I do all I want to do is get a hug and cry on someone's shoulder because I'm tired of being strong for everyone else.."

Someone from Gulf Shores posted a whisper, which reads "Sometimes I just get sad for no reason. And when I do all I want to do is get a hug and cry on someone's shoulder because I'm tired of being strong for everyone else.

Sometimes we just need a hug. A hug where someone wraps their arms around you so tight and reminds you that everything will be okay.

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