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Crying Release stressor

Crying for no reason can help! Shedding a few tears can help you become more empathetic. When we bottle things up, the pain can become overwhelming and can literally swallow any feelings of empathy. Almost all of our emotional resources are aimed at finding relief from the pain. However, allowing your tears to flow can help you to look back and be more compassionate to the pain of others.“When someone is crying, of course, the noble thing to do is to comfort them. But if someone is trying to hide their tears, it may also be noble to pretend you do not notice them.”  Lemony Snicket.

5 Tips Crying no Reason can make or Help

Tears Drops help

It clears your vision Tears are natural eye drops, so a good cry helps your eyes stay moist, dust free and healthy.

Can lower blood pressure
Yup! It also lowers your pulse rate, which can further assist in making your body feel much, much better.

More tears

When you acknowledge your feelings, you start the process of healing. Crying helps you to release many negative feelings you may be having and can be extremely beneficial in helping you deal with pain, sadness, anger and frustration.

5 Tips Crying no Reason can make or Help

Because it’s a free 

Did you know that crying releases toxins that are built up in the body through exposure to stress? That means that when you let yourself have a good emotional melt-down, you’re actually allowing your body to detox and rid itself of the harmful chemicals within your body. As a last note, you can never smile too much, but be careful that crying doesn’t become grieving. Allow your body to heal through your tears by facing your emotions head-on and then giving the unnecessary thoughts the boot before they can take hold your life.