A Close Bond Between You And Your Dog Can Lower Stress. This Heart-Warming Experiment Proves It!

We all know that dogs bring out the good in us. No matter how bad of a mood we are in, we can always count on our furry best friends to cheer us up and put a smile on our face. Whether they are snuggling up on the couch next to us, or greeting us at the door after a long day, they are always there to make us feel better.

Scientists Dr. Craig Duncan and Mia Cobb set out to prove that stress, a significant issue in today’s society, can melt away by simply being around your dog. Most people aren’t aware of the physiological connection that occurs between an owner and their dog that lowers the stress and anxiety. When a close bond is shared, a “type of heart-rhythm alignment can occur — two completely separate species sharing one healthy heart.” Watch the experiment in the video below:

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