Human Health Benefits of Have Pet in Your Home
About 65 percent of American households have pets, and we spend nearly $35 billion dollars a year on these companion animals. (Lucky dogs.) Our pets clearly have us wrapped around their little paws, but what do we get from them in return? There are the obvious answers–companionship, unconditional love, a best friend, some slipper-fetching. But there are also a number of unseen benefits with far-reaching effects: Pets benefits are great for our health.
Pets can help us to heal emotionally, physically, and mentally, but scientists are also discovering that cats and dogs can help fight disease and assist us in coping with chronic conditions. They can have a biochemical impact on their owners’ body chemistry. Numerous medical experts have provided the results of scientific studies that support this biological basis for what we’ve felt intuitively. Here are some of the ways in which pets can have a positive effect on our health.
Few tips for pet benefits in your home…
- Pets Reduce Stress
- Cats Lower Risk of Fatal Heart Attack
- Pets Lessen the Risk of Allergies & Asthma
- Dogs Lower Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
- Pets Can Help People with Serious Illness
- Dogs Help with Weight Loss