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Do you know pet can also be good for your health?

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Your pet can also be good for your health
Let's describe a familiar scene: when you come home from work after a long and tiring day. Maybe you have been unhappy all day. After such a sad day, you are restless and just want to eat a meal before going to bed. You open the door and see a ball of fur running towards you excitedly, but it tripped over itself. Although you have had such a bad day, you can't help smiling at this scene.
Science has proved that keeping pets can not only improve our mood, but also have many real benefits for our health.
1. Pets and Heart Health
When you take your dog to the park for a walk or play together, it is also exercise for you, which is also very helpful for keeping your heart healthy.
The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends that adults do at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise a week. Of course, you can also change it to 10 to 15 minutes of fast walking, or choose to walk around your neighborhood for two laps, which can also achieve the target of heart health exercise.
Even if you don't take your pet for a walk, just taking care of it (cleaning its excrement, getting up to open and close the door for it, and buying a large bag of heavy pet food from the store) can keep you healthy and energetic.
Data from Harvard Medical School shows that the more you exercise, the more efficient your cardiovascular system will be. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explained that caring for pets can help you reduce a lot of fat in your blood and reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.
2. Pets and emotional health
A recent study found that 3 dogs, cats and rabbits can help reduce the stress of children and adolescents. The study also found that keeping pets can help children and adolescents improve their social skills, and also help them learn.
Pets are not only man's best friends, they also help you make new friends. When you take your dog for a walk, you can take the opportunity to talk with people passing by. Facts have proved that the more sociable people are, the happier they live and the longer they live.
Another study found that 4 people who also live alone will live longer with pets than those who do not have pets. Because of the strong feelings between pets and their owners, the elderly who do not keep pets are also at higher risk of depression than those who keep pets.
Keeping pets has many advantages. No matter which animal you choose, they can help you live a healthier life.
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