We feel our readers might find this topic a little different; believe me, it has exact proportional value as of sentiments in ones’ life. Since our blog is entitled to write about “Be the Life Changer”, we would love to cover every aspect we feel somehow impacts or relates to the CHANGE.
Human & Animal Relationship, termed as (HAR) by many behavioral researchers and analysts, has recorded vital importance in human and animal behaviours. This relationship has been used and suggested for stress control therapies, distress, emotional health etc. The Human-animal Alliance commemorates in a diversified situation or context.
The labour animals, primarily, are known for their relationships with their human trainers. The emotional support, therapy, and service animals impart comfort, render security, and execute day-to-day tasks to assist their keepers throughout life.
HAR is proven productive and as a means of therapy for various emotional controls. So, which animals fit best? It depends and varies from person to person. However, it is best to go with low-maintenance pets both for sensitive adults and young kids especially. Since having a pet in your family would be a huge lifestyle change; therefore it is advisable to take a vigilant decision. Let’s list down the animals with low maintenance and most rewarding:
The foremost reason for detailing the Human and Animal Relationship (HAR) was a deliberate try to suggest our friends seek calmness, relaxation, peace, emotional support and sentimental balances in their lives, especially in the Pandemic scenario of Covid 19. We have witnessed many people cut off social strings in fear and be cautious after a high fatality rate during Covid and after-effects. Human is a social animal; hence it was devastating to bear this all. Coming to my point of petting an animal is highly recommended to cheer up and balance your emotions. A new addition to your house will bring positivity to your thoughts and behavior.
Health researchers stated that human-animal interaction had shown decrease levels of cortisol (hormone related to stress) and lower blood pressure.
Question #1: Anyone of you tried HAR?
Question # 2: Did you witness positive changes?
Question # 3: Would you like to suggest any particular animal?
Question # 4: Did this work out better with you in Covid 19?
Question # 5: Did you love animals before you tried this option?
Humbly request our readers to take out few minutes to answer all or any of the listed questions to help out the other readers in need.