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'I'm happy that she kind of convinced me to do it because, I mean, I'm not used to crying in front of everyone.'
Sanober said, "Crying relieves stress," and, she elaborated, "chronic stress can increase the risk of heart attacks, damage certain areas of the brain, contribute to digestive issues like ulcers and cause tension headaches and migraine beside other health issues.
By crying, the hormones are released which reduces our cortisol levels - a hormone linked to stress, it is reported.
Firdous Ashiq wrote on her timeline; 'The entire nation knows that the thieves are crying and will continue to cry.'
Today is however different; her eyes are puffy from crying. She has been crying for the last three days and hasn't eaten anything since then.
Experts believe crying allows us to fully connect with how we perceive ourselves, others, as well as experience life.
As clinicians, we become amazingly immune to the crying in our offices, but hopefully not to crying as a concern of parents.
I don't like crying in public, and I wish my tears weren't so quick to come, but I have come to view my reaction to sacraments as natural.
Among the stifled cries of my family and relatives, I was crying the loudest.
The Oklahoman'sPaula Burkes wrote last week about crying at work.
But one thing is for sure: Crying is part of what makes us human.
We know, for example, that crying comes out of various domains: aesthetic (beauty), social (personal desires), emotional (releases of tension), and biochemical (stress hormones).