How Dogs Can Help with Studying and Reduce Stress

Cheers to every pet owner out there, especially dog owners! Our little canine friends may be known for chewing your boots to shreds or digging a mysterious hole in your backyard, but they are also one of the most loyal and considerate pets you can have.

Research done by mypaperdone.com explains that the cuteness in puppies/dogs will not just warm your heart, it may relieve you from anxiety and may even help you in studying.

Dogs vs. Stress Level

Forget security, dogs are the newest therapist. They can smell loneliness and depression on their owners. Magical isn’t it? Even men and women wish their partners could understand words they never said!

From a study in Sweden, a single person with a dog reduces his or her chance of death by 33%. Every form of stress, including PTSD, releases a degree of cortisol which in the long run is dangerous to the heart. Since cuddling your dog releases a tangible percentage of oxytocin (which significantly lowers cortisol levels), then this is not far from the truth.

In reality, most dog owners are fitter and trimmer. The joy and the responsibility of walking your dog have a mutualistic benefit in the long run.

Dogs and Study

In my opinion, dogs should be treated as members of the family. They may be man’s best friend and a “lifesaver”; Most kids recognize anyone who helps with school work as one.

Some children with few lines in a stage play, school science presentation, or musical line often rehearse at home with the approving look and pant of a dog sitting opposite them.

Generally, dogs have helped kids perform better than expected in a cruel environment. Kids let out and explain things to a dog especially when their parents are overprotective. I believe the dog understands, though. Their look when responding will convince you.

75% of kids with very bad stuttering problems improve their speech when they get a pet. Also cuddling a pet while reading is like selecting a studying partner that does not nag.

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