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Paul Rugg: People ask me how I relax
Was a repost from Twitter, this video is so brilliant. Original video: https://twitter.com/pkrugg/status/910323504339238912
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They say , you can lower your blood pressure just by petting your pup! Bringing a dog into your family is a huge & wonderful decision, here are some things about our best four-legged friend that are sure to be of interest to children & people who want to know little more about dogs. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "American Bull Dog vs Boxer || Necklace road dog park" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-C4u0tZKMk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Puppy Therapy Reduces Stress | Truth Or Mare
Studies have shown that petting an animal can decrease the stress hormone cortisol, and lower blood pressure. Antonella has had a stressful day – as determined by a hunky ‘doctor’ - so she indulges in some therapy with a group of adorable pups. Will it make her less stressed? -- Click here to subscribe to BBC Three: http://bit.ly/BBC-Three-Subscribe Did you know that we’re up to other things in other places too? Best of BBC Three: www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/bbcthree Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcthree Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcthree Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcthree Tumblr: http://bbcthree.tumblr.com Oh, we’re on Snapchat too - just incase you were wondering… add us, bbcthree.
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Having A Dog Can Lower Your Blood Pressure
We stopped by the Santa Monica Animal Shelter and talked to Lead Animal Control Officer, Stan Hernacki, about the process of adopting a pet.
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Petting Bella
So, apparently petting cats is supposed to lower your blood pressure. Does it work the same for watching someone else pet their cat? I feel relaxed.
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Joe Mogul and The Miracle Of Petting
The Miracle Of Petting We, animal lovers have long known that, no matter what life may bring — pets make us feel better, but what exactly happen in our brain and body ? What happens, lets say when we pet a dog? In the last decade studies shows that few pretty incredible things are actually happening… lets focus for a second on stress: 8 stress. When a person pets a friendly and familiar pet blood pressure is lowered, the heart rate slows down breathing becomes more regular and muscle tension relaxed... all of which are signs of reduced stress. Funny enough these positive psychological effects work a lot faster than many drugs taken for stress, since all of these effects happen after only 5 to 24 minutes of pleasantly interacting with the pet. Several studies in both the U.S. and China showed a fascinating correlation between owning pets and a lower risk of dying from heart disease, heart attack and stroke. So if you don’t have this stress relief medicine yet, that’s another great reason to go to your local shelter and adopt some cute furry magical medicine! Adios!
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Doggies Making A Difference
Petting an animal can calm a person down and even lower blood pressure -which is why many hospitals have dog therapy programs. Meet Charlie, a 4-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and his mom, Pam, who both bring smiles to St. Joseph's Hospital.
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10 Most Amazing Facts About Dogs
There are over 150 different dog breeds in the world today, all with their own characteristics and skills. Some dogs are brilliant trackers, whereas others are great therapy dogs. This doesn’t even take into account all the mixed breeds there are today, meaning that the differences between every dog you meet could be huge! But some things are true of all breeds, whether purebred or mixed! Our dogs truly amaze us every day. They are funny, kind and are our best friends. It’s like they can understand us and look after u s whether we’re happy or sad. But do you know how much better your dog is at hearing than us? Or how about how intelligent your pooch is in human years? Check out our list of 9 most amazing dog facts to learn more about your four-legged-friend! Our list: Number 1: We may have been best friends for over 15,000 years Number 2: Dog actually can see in colour Number 3: Your dog may be as smart as a 2-year-old human Number 4: Your dog's whiskers help him see in the dark Number 5: Your dog’s hearing is 4x as good as yours Number 6: Your dog’s sense of smell is 1,000 to 10 million times better than ours. Number 7: Dogs can detect human diseases Number 8: Dogs sweat through their paws Number 9: Dogs can recognize more than 150 words. Number 10: You can lower your blood pressure just by petting your dog!
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Petting a kitty from the owners pov
Watch this and imagine it's your amazing kitty cat sitting in your lap! Pets bring joy and happiness and lower blood pressure!
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Dannys Dogs
SAVING A DOGS LIFE... real LOVE ❤️❤️❤️ is more than petting, kissing and making the dog crazy hyper out of control by talking in a high voice and just reinforcing the undesired behaviors that put them in the shelters. I love talking, hugging, petting, kissing and cuddling, playing with my dogs just as much as the next person but I also provide proper MENTAL and physical stimulation that promotes great cognition skills, good manners and confidence which also SAFE THEIR LIVES because their brains are free of stress. See from the human point of view physical affection is a very good thing. Holding and petting our pets is very comforting and can lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety and depression. This is also beneficial for cats and dogs, Unfortunately that's precisely why people and their pets sometimes get into trouble. Dogs are always observing us, we are recognizable by our behavior. Even our most ordinary behavior is full of information to them. They see our intent even when we think we are giving nothing away. The best reward in my opinion is freedom, exercise and being able to socialize with other dogs and finally a lots of petting and loving. www.DannysDogs.com
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YT animal-lovers know that cats in the house (and on the video screen) are good for our health, but more and more research is also supporting this fact. In this video, cute cats Kwazi and Uli highlight 8 ways research shows that cats can help improve your health. Here are the details: Cats Are Natural Mood Enhancers Cats can lower one’s level of cortisol, a hormone associated with stress and increase serotonin, a chemical associated with well-being. Cats Keep Blood Pressure in Check Having a pet helps lower blood pressure. In a study of 240 married couples, pet owners had lower blood pressure when they were both resting and undergoing stress tests. Children with hypertension lowered their blood pressure while petting their dog. Petting Cats Helps Depression Some therapist prescribe a pet as a way of dealing with and recovering from depression. Cat Owners have fewer strokes Research shows that cat owners have fewer strokes than people who don't own cats. Maybe because cats divert us from our stressful worries. Cats can help Kids have Stronger Immune Systems Researchers have found that when children grow up in a home with a cat they are less likely to develop allergies and stronger immune systems. Cats can help ADHD Kids with ADHD can benefit from working with and keeping a pet. Cats are good for the heart In one 20 year study, people who owned a cat were 40% less likely to die of a heart attack. Overall, pet owners have a lower risk of dying from any cardiac disease, including heart failure. SEE: http://pets.webmd.com/ss/slideshow-pets-improve-your-health?ecd=wnl_spr_101716&ctr=wnl-spr-101716_nsl-promo-v_4&mb=oO9nQuZqGxH%2f8cDasoabiRXFE73IOX1ceNMJwnyQeG4%3d
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CardioSmart | Man's Best Medicine: Canines and Cardiovascular Health
Owning a dog can lower your blood pressure and improve your cardiovascular health. Research, for example, shows that simply petting a dog can help lower blood pressure and relieve stress.
cats and dogs are predictors
www.kellyjopsychic.com 561333-5367cats and dogs are natural healers petting a dog or cat can lower blood pressure and calm us.they can predict storms ,earthchanges and diseases.they are empathic.
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CBD For Dogs With High Blood Pressure 2018
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Pet benefits | Why Pets are medicine | Doses of fun | KIENVUUMD
Did you know that owning a pet relieves stress, helps your heart, and even improves your immune system? Subscribe for more! https://goo.gl/eoUhoq Our furry pets are already our best friends, but if you needed any more reason to love your dog or cat, here's why having a pet is good for your health. The many benefits might just show you why you should adopt a new pet! Follow me for more! Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/kienvuumd Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kienvuumd Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kienvuumd Welcome to Dr. Kien's new YouTube channel. It's health and medicine mixed with doses of fun and laughter. On this channel, you're going to learn best practices from all healing modalities - from the conventional to the not so conventional. And we're going to have fun !!! Through these videos you’ll hear from physicians, healers and coaches to discuss best practices on diet, nutrition, fitness, epigenetics, biohacking, and many others to help you live a healthier, more positive, productive & fulfilled life. Here is what I talked about: Pets are medicine. Hey, it’s Dr. Kien. Did you know that spending quality time with your dog, cat, or other animal has positive health benefits? Here are four reasons why. Having a pet gives you a healthier heart. Why? Well, pet owners usually have a lot more exercise. They’re running around, chasing their pet all the time, and that’s good for your heart. In addition to exercise, pet owners also benefit from lowered blood pressure, decreased heart rate, and in some studies, even lowered cholesterol. Number two: having a pet is actually a stress reliever. When you’re petting your dog or petting your cat, that releases hormones for you to relax, and that lowers your blood pressure. It also reduces cortisol or the stress hormone. Remember: too much stress hormone makes you fat, increases blood sugars, and decreases your immunity. Number three: having pets makes you a social magnet. When you interact with your pet, or you’re interacting with other people who come up to your pet, that releases oxytocin. What does oxytocin do? Well, oxytocin reduces cortisol, which reduces your blood pressure. What it also does is increase GI, or gut motility, and decreases gut inflammation. And lastly, improved immunity. Babies in homes that have pets have a decreased risk in developing allergies and asthma. It’s also been shown that babies raised in homes with pets have decreased the risk of getting the common cold or ear infections. In conclusion, pets are great for your health. And if you don’t have a pet, consider adopting one at your local animal shelter. Thanks for watching, I hope you enjoyed that video. If you like it, please give me a thumbs up. Any questions you might have, leave them in the comments below, and if you liked it, I appreciate you sharing this video and hitting that subscribe button. See you next time.
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Pet Therapy.mp4
Carolyn McKee of Paws For Love, along with her dog Winston are helping patients at University Medical Center of El Paso heal. It is a fact that petting a dog can lower a patient's blood pressure and raise a patient's spirits at the same time! Check out the video of Winston and Carolyn during a recent visit to UMC's Telemetry Unit.
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Healing Pets
Dogs and cats can lower your blood pressure just by petting them. How else can they help us heal?
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Northwestern Memorial Hospital: Canine Therapy Corps.
Petting a dog is proven to lower blood pressure and stress, and the patients of Northwestern are thrilled each time the canines make a visit.
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Pets Help Keep Our Heart Healthy
Pets help to keep our heart healthy. Having a pet has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease, and lower blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, owning a pet has several health benefits. Dog owners are 54 percent more likely to get a healthy amount of daily exercise. One study looked at a group of people who were all at risk for having high blood pressure, and were going to adopt a dog. Half of them waited to adopt their pet. After two and five months, the half that went ahead with the adoptions ended up having lower blood pressure than the group that didn't adopt a dog. The results of that study said: "Interestingly, at later follow-up, after all study participants had adopted dogs, systolic blood pressure was found to be similarly lowered in the deferred-adoption group as well." Another study that compared married couples that owned a pet or didn't own a pet showed that pet owners had lower heart rates and lower blood pressure. They also recovered faster from stressful situations when they were with their pet rather than with their spouse or a friend.
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How Do Pets Relieve Stress?
Turns out, having a pet is beneficial for your mental health! Petting your dog at the end of a stressful day reduces levels of cortisol, a stress-related hormone. Taking your dog for a walk not only forces you to exercise, but watching your dog can also lower stress. Your pet may also relieve stress symptoms such as higher blood pressure and an accelerated heart rate. Having a mental or physical disability you can qualify your cat, bird, or dog to be certified as an emotional support or service animal. http://www.health.com/pets/pets-relieve-stress http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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CardioSmart | Man's Best Medicine: Canines and Cardiovascular Health
Owning a dog can lower your blood pressure and improve your cardiovascular health. Research, for example, shows that simply petting a dog can help lower blood pressure and relieve stress.
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AMAZING Things Dogs Can Do
Everyone knows they’re man’s best friend, and if you’re a dog person and want to know more about these adorable creatures, stay tuned and see just how amazing canines are. Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 7. Their Strong Sense of Smell They might drink out of the toilet sometimes or not know how to climb down the stairs normally, but remember dogs are actually very smart and very intuitive. Speaking of noses, their strong sense of smell has also given them the ability to detect when a human isn’t feeling well. Dogs have 220 million scent receptors, which is why dogs in service are often tasked to find missing people, hunt other animals, and sniff out someone smuggling drugs. Another thing dogs can do with their noses is detect when someone is sick. To elaborate, research has shown dogs can sniff out ailments and conditions such as narcolepsy, migraines, seizures, cancers, low blood sugar, and even when you’re experiencing fear or stress. 6. They Make You Healthy We’ve already talked about how dogs can relieve stress. But did you know that owning a dog can help lower your blood pressure? In the same way petting a dog can help destress you, this goes hand in hand with helping lower your blood pressure. Happily petting a dog helps your body release hormones that help you relax. Owning a pet and caring for one also encourages their owners to go on frequent walks and move about all the time from playing with them. On top of that, doing these activities keeps your pet fit and relaxed as well when you pet them. 5. They Make Kids Healthy Although owning a pet adds more responsibility than you already have when taking care of a child, research has shown that children who grow up with pets like dogs have a lowered risk of developing food allergies, asthma, and eczema. Pet allergies is quite a common occurrence, and having a pet can be a problem since even if you’re not necessarily allergic to the dog, their fur can collect dander, pollen, and dust which irritate allergies. So owning a dog and being exposed to it at an early age can actually help children become more immune to these allergens that affect the air and their skin. 4. Dogs Are Hard Workers When it comes to service pets, dogs are the most common animals that are trained to help humans live normal and safe lives. Service dogs or assistance dogs help everyone from those with visual impairments and hearing impairments to those that live with huge bouts of anxiety and PTSD or suffer from diabetes and seizures. Of course, dogs also work alongside police officers, like the K-9 unit in the United States. Certain dogs are more fit to fulfill a role than another dog, but there are a plethora of different dogs out there that have the ability to get the job done. 3. Friends With Other Animals Dogs are fiercely loyal to humans, that much we know. But they are also creatures that have the capacity to get along with other animals as well. When choosing other pets to own, you don’t have to worry too much about what kinds since, as you can see, they can become friends with a wide range of animals, from dragons to dolphins, to sheep, and even their popular rival, cats. 2. Dogs In Love We might associate a feeling of love (or the chemical reaction of love, depending on your personal outlook and cynicism) with something that only humans feel. But studies have shown that dogs also have the capacity to feel love, as in falling in love. This of course again varies on how you define love--but in the sense of commitment, being happy together, missing another dog, dogs surely have shown they experience the throes of being in love with each other. With that, they can also feel rejection, too, which most people can relate to. Dogs and Humans This cannot be stressed enough. Dogs are, of course, our best friends. A lot of that has to do with the fact that humans have literally bred dogs to be more friendly to humans, but that sense of loyalty is something innate, in both dogs and their human best friends. A dog has incredible long term memory, so they’ll remember the one that took care of them from a young age. They also have really bad short term memory so that time you accidentally stepped on their tail is a thing of the past. They are intuitive to human behavior and emotions, so you always know someone is empathizing with you and there’s always someone else experiencing your happiness.
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Dog Hugs are the Best!
This is video all about our four legged friends and their hugs. Hugging a dog have a lot of health benefits, like calming you down, adjust serotonine level or lowering blood pressure. Tell me in comments if you like hugging dog :) ROCADOG T-SHIRTS - MUGS - SWEATSHIRTS - TANK TOPS: https://goo.gl/CUgfbz TEACH YOUR DOG 101 TRICKS STEP BY STEP: https://amzn.to/2Nomvvw Web - http://www.rocadog.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rocadogcom Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rocadog/ Music by http://www.bensound.com/ #huggingdogs #doghug
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10 Interesting Facts about Dogs You Won’t Believe Are Real
Did you know that petting your dog on a daily basis could lower your blood pressure? Here are 10 of the most interesting facts about dogs you won’t believe are real. MUSIC: "Voice Over Under" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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English Mastiff Guarding Home!
SAVING A DOGS LIFE... real LOVE ❤️❤️❤️ is more than petting, kissing and making the dog crazy hyper out of control by talking in a high voice and just reinforcing the undesired behaviors that put them in the shelters. I love talking, hugging, petting, kissing and cuddling, playing with my dogs just as much as the next person but I also provide proper MENTAL and physical stimulation that promotes great cognition skills, good manners and confidence which also SAFE THEIR LIVES because their brains are free of stress. See from the human point of view physical affection is a very good thing. Holding and petting our pets is very comforting and can lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety and depression. This is also beneficial for cats and dogs, Unfortunately that's precisely why people and their pets sometimes get into trouble. Dogs are always observing us, we are recognizable by our behavior. Even our most ordinary behavior is full of information to them. They see our intent even when we think we are giving nothing away. The best reward in my opinion is freedom, exercise and being able to socialize with other dogs and finally a lots of petting and loving. www.DannysDogs.com
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10 Important Benefits of Owning a Pet | Why You Need to Have a Dog
10 Important Benefits of Owning a Pet | Why You Need to Have a Dog Number 10: Helps Decrease Stress and Anxiety. In a 2002 study, researchers at the State University of New York in Buffalo found that when conducting a stressful task, people experienced less stress when their pets were with them than when a spouse, family member or close friend was nearby. Playing with or petting an animal can increase levels of the stress-reducing hormone oxytocin and decrease production of the stress hormone cortisol. Number 9: Stronger Immune System. According to the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, children exposed early on to animals tend to develop stronger immune systems overall. James E. Gern, a pediatrician from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, conducted several studies that demonstrate that having a pet at home can reduce a child's likelihood of developing related allergies by as much as 30 percent. Number 8: Instant Icebreaker. Owning a pet is good for your social life. It helps you get out and meet other people and serves as an instant icebreaker. A survey by Skout found that people are more likely to swipe right for a man with a dog in his photo. According to USA today, studies show that pet owners scored higher than non-pet owners in gaining trust, making connections and helping out their neighbors! Number 7: Lowers Blood Pressure. Marty Becker, a veterinary consultant for Good Morning America, says that having a dog around can help lower your blood pressure. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the national Institute of Health conducted heart-related studies on people who have pets. The findings showed that pet owners exhibit decreased blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels -- all of which can ultimately minimize their risk for having a heart attack down the road. Number 6: Improves Mood. A lot of the health benefits of owning a pet may stem from the mental and emotional benefits. "People who have pets are less hurried; there's more laughter in their life," says Dr. Becker. This is a primary reason pets are used in various forms of therapy. At Walter Reed Army Medical Center, dogs are used to help soldiers dealing with PTSD. They found that soldiers who have a pet, re-enter society a bit easier, and shows decrease suicide tendencies. Number 5: Helps Children Develop. Children who grow up in a household with pets benefit in myriad ways, especially in their emotional development. Pets are also hugely beneficial to children suffering from autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. For children with ADHD, taking care of a pet can encourage them to focus on responsibilities through a predictable routine. While the sensory experience of holding and petting an animal can be soothing for children with autism. Number 4: Helps the Elderlies as Well. Walking a dog or just caring for a pet -- for elderly people who are able -- can provide exercise and companionship. "Studies have shown that Alzheimer's patients have fewer anxious outbursts if there is an animal in the home,” says Lynette Hart, associate professor at the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Number 3: Good for Weight Loss. According to studies conducted by the Wellness Institute at Northwest Memorial Hospital, as long as you're the one holding the leash, you'll reap the rewards, which can include losing -- or at least maintaining -- weight. Research conducted by the National Institute of Health also supports this claim -- including one study of more than 2,000 adults, which found that dog owners responsible for walking their pups are less likely to be obese than dog owners who pass the duty off to someone else or those who don't own dogs at all. Number 2: A Good Companion. Pets also combat feelings of loneliness by providing companionship, which can boost your overall mood and even bring you feelings of joy and happiness. This is particularly apparent among groups -- including the sick and elderly -- who may be on the receiving end of Animal-assisted Therapy (AAT) or Pet-facilitated Therapy (PFT). Many hospitals and nursing homes use these types of programs on a regular basis. Number 1: Hero Dog Saves Owner. “Hero dog saves owner,” “Dog saves drowning man in Spanish port,” Hero dog saves life of freezing owner who broke his neck in a fall,” are just samples of headlines that one can read about the heroism of dogs and other pets. “She kept me warm and alert. I knew I had to persevere through this and that it was my choice to stay alive,” says Bob of his dog Kelsey who saved his life by keeping him warm for 20 hours after he slipped on the icy ground and broke his neck.
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Pet Therapy
Studies show that owning a pet offers many health benefits. In fact, cuddling and petting an animal has proven to reduce stress, improve self-esteem, lower blood pressure and improve overall well-being. As a result, healthcare facilities and nursing homes have established pet therapy programs to improve patient care. Joining COA TV host is Dozer, a sweet pup who’s in the smile-creating business, with his mom Angie.
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Skittles and His Friend Gypsy
Created with VEGAS Pro Stress Soothers. Petting your cat or dog feels good. It can lower your blood pressure, helps your body release a relaxation hormone, and cuts down on levels of a stress hormone. It also soothes your pet, says Alan Beck, ScD, director of the Center for the Human-Animal Bond at Purdue University. Pets, especially dogs, can help you connect with other people. "If I saw you walking down the street, I couldn't comfortably start talking to you if I didn't know you, but I could if you had a dog," Beck says. "It's an acceptable interaction that otherwise wouldn't be possible. People with pets are generally happier, more trusting, and less lonely than those who don't have pets. They also visit the doctor less often for minor problems. One reason for that may be that your pet gives you a sense of belonging and meaning, McConnell says. "You feel like you have greater control of your life." information source: https://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/features/6-ways-pets-improve-your-health#1 I just took some relaxing time with Skittles and Gypsy today and this is some of the footage. I enjoyed playing around with sony vegas to see what things it can do, and hope you enjoy this short video. Much Love, G.M. #createnothate -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Birds The Battles (Frack History)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akO4RYLPcXE -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Healing Power of Pets: Dr. Srinivas Iyengar on NBC's Daytime
Most pet owners already know that animals make people feel good. But, did you know your favorite animal can make you healthier? Dr. Srinivas Iyengar, a cardiologist at the Bradenton Cardiology Center and "Daytime's" resident doctor tells us about the healing power of pets. Their "therapy" roles can range from just spreading a little love among patients to actively participating in physical rehabilitation. Pets provide comfort for those who respond to animals. Pets can also help to improve movement, to improve speech, and cognitive functioning. Researchers have established that, even after a heart attack, pet owners are more likely than other coronary patients to be alive a year later. Years of research also found that petting a dog or cat can lower blood pressure in individuals with hypertension. Anyone who has a dog can tell you they find themselves walking more. In fact, people who own dogs are more likely to be physically active and less obese than people who don't. Pet ownership also increases the opportunities for exercise and outdoor activities and helps with socialization. It only takes 15 to 30 minutes with a dog or cat or even watching fish swim to feel less anxious and less stressed. Your body actually goes through physical changes in that length of time that make a difference in your mood. The level of cortisol - a hormone associated with stress - is lowered. And the production of serotonin - a chemical associated with well being - is increased. Reducing stress saves your body from wear and tear. Rabbits, guinea pigs, cats, goats and pot-bellied pigs have also been used as pet therapy animals, but dogs are still by far the most common and popular animal therapists. Believe it or not - fish also can be therapeutic. One study found that patients experienced less anxiety prior to undergoing a medical procedure if they had been watching fish swimming in an aquarium beforehand. Researchers aren't sure why. But cat owners have fewer strokes than people who don't own cats. It's partly due to the effects owning a pet can have on a person's circulation. But researchers speculate that cats may have a more calming effect on their owners than other animals do. It may also have something to do with the personality of a cat owner. Cats often become the focus of their owners' interest, which diverts them from other stressful worries.
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Reasons To Be THANKFUL For Dogs
Man’s best friend has been dubbed that for a reason. Dogs aren’t just there to look cute and cuddly. Think of your furry companion and remember all the ways they’re just so awesome. Here’s a few reasons why we should always be grateful for pet dogs. Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 9. Dogs Help Humans Heal Faster You dog doesn’t possess magic medicine or anything like that to help you recover from that flu faster. But they do provide a lot of things we tend to neglect that are actually greatly needed if you want to recover from sickness easier. When you’re not feeling well, you tend to be alone and not interact with others as much. A dog’s company keeps you at ease while you rest and recover. Your dog may make you get up and go outside, even if you’re not feeling well. Sometimes you need to force yourself to do some light physical activity in order to keep your body energized. 8. Improving Your Mood This goes hand in hand with assisting in your recovery from illness. Even if you’re not suffering from a physical ailment, a dog’s company has shown to greatly improve your mood and mental health. That’s why so many universities offer dog petting sessions, especially around midterms and finals. That oxytocin that gets released when you cuddle or pet your dog relieves you of stress and anxiety, making you happier. 7. Lowering Blood Pressure Owning a dog has also proved to improve a human’s cardiovascular system, preventing disease. When your oxytocin levels are up and you’re feeling less stressed, this also helps decrease your blood pressure as well as lower the levels of cortisol in your body, which prevents things like muscle loss, depression and fatigue. Petting your dog also calms them down, so you’re not met with an additionally stressed dog. In the past decade, research shows that pet ownership had correlation in reducing a person’s cardiovascular risk. 6. No Skin Conditions Or Allergies Not only can a dog protect you from bigger intruders like other animals or threatening humans, they can also apparently be useful in protecting children from developing skin conditions or allergies. Young children and babies exposed to dogs early on have less risk of developing conditions such as eczema, allergies, and asthma. Dogs track in what’ referred to as “good gust bacteria” which helps protect a child from developing sensitivities to viral infections and any allergens. 5. Our Furry Heroes Even if its not their owner who faces harm or danger, a dog may still taken it upon themselves to help rescue someone in need. A few years ago, a labrador retriever rescued a 14 year old girl from drowning. That’s already amazing in itself. But what’s more is that the dog was blind and still managed to pull Lisa Nibbley from safety. More recently, after an earthquake hit Mexico city last year, a rescue dog named Frida (who works in the Mexican Navy’s Canine Unit) helped save over 52 lives, detecting them from the city’s rubble. 4. Waiting For You To Come Home You know your dog loves you when they sit by the door waiting for you to come back. This may also be a sign of separation anxiety, though it still shows how much your dog desires to be around you. When you do come home, you’ll notice how excited and happy they get at your presence. No matter what, when you own a dog, you will always have someone excited and relieved you’ve come home. Waiting for you also signifies that your dog respects you, as a dog that doesn’t will go ahead and do what it pleases without being directed. 3. Highly Efficient Service Animals There’s a reason why dogs and not many other animals serve in forces like the police department and in the military. These highly intelligent and agile creatures are easy to train to become aware of humans and their needs. It’s also why they make great service animals to those with disabilities, whether it be for those that need physical or emotional assistance. They can work as a service dog, working dog, or therapy dog. Dogs such as great danes, saint bernards, boxers, and doberman pinschers apparently make some of the best guard dogs. 2. They Will Go To Great Lengths To See You Sometimes your pet may get lost and you worry if they know the way home. When it came to a little mixed-breed dog named Tony, he traveled over 260 miles away to find the Doolen family. They moved from Aurora Illinois to Michigan and had to give away their dog. Weeks later, Tony showed up on on their street. And though some dogs may get anxious travelling, they would much rather be beside you. 1...
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Animals for Hospice
KFDM News - Several studies have shown simply cuddling or petting an animal can reduce anxiety, lower blood pressure and heart rate, and ease depression. Animals are commonly used in therapy in hospital settings, elderly living facilities and educational settings. Now, this type of therapy is expanding into hospice care.Linda Sculley and Jean Mason joined Kelli Phillips on Live at Five with information on the Compassionate Care Hospice Pet Program in Southeast Texas.
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Adopting a Greyhound ~ ASMR Greyhound style!
My Greyhound, Xander, thinks everyone should be able to enjoy the soul smoothing, stress relieving, pastime of petting a Greyhound. 😍 Xander says watch this video and lower your blood pressure. #Greyhound #GreyhoundPet #AdoptAGreyhound ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Special message from me and Xander ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I Adopted Xander from the dedicated friends of Greyhounds at the Racing Dog Retirement Project in Myakka City, FL. http://rdrp.org/ Many wonderful, deserving Greyhounds are waiting for a loving home like yours. If you have room in your home and heart for an AWESOME canine companion, please consider adopting a retired racing Greyhound. You will find rescue organizations all around the US (and the world) dedicated to re-homing these wonderful dogs once their racing careers have ended. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Amazing Health Benefits Of Cat Ownership
#PetHealth #PetNutrition #NaturalPets The Amazing Health Benefits of Cat Ownership Did you know adopting a kitten or a cat can greatly benefit your mental and physical wellness? Research has found that living with a cat helps to reduce stress and anxiety, lowers blood pressure and heart rate, and protects against heart disease. Look at these amazing health benefits that come with owning a cat: Just looking at your cat can signal the release of oxytocin, a powerful neurochemical that brings feelings of joy and happiness, along with a decrease in cortisol, a stress hormone. Petting a cat can calm the nervous system, lower blood levels of stress-related hormones and enhance feelings of wellbeing by boosting levels of serotonin, the feel-good neurotransmitter. A cat’s purr creates vibrations within a range of 20-140 Hz. Science shows that vibrations at specific levels or frequencies cause healing changes in the body. Exposure to these vibrations can help relieve headaches, allow bones to heal faster, repair muscles, tendons and ligaments, and increase production of anti-inflammatory compounds, thereby reducing joint pain and swelling. The average housecat generally purrs in the range of 25-50 Hz. Exposure to purring vibrations at 20-50 Hz is associated with increased bone density, suggesting applications for osteoporosis, particularly in post-menopausal women and the elderly. If you are looking for an easy-care pet companion, consider adopting a cat or kitten and you too can start enjoying the many healthy and entertaining benefits of life with a cat! To read more about the benefits of cat ownership, visit our blog: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/the-health-benefits-of-cat-ownership/#.WRHyO-XyuHs If you have any questions, please contact us and one of our knowledgeable staff members will be happy to assist you! Phone (888) 245-5000 email: info@professionalsupplementcenter.com www.professionalsupplementcenter.com Receive exclusive SALE info when you sign up for our Good Health news letter: http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com/ThankYouSignup.aspx Check out Daily Deals on High Quality Vitamins and Supplements here: http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com/Daily-Deals.htm Our resident nurse specializes in optimizing one's health through the proper use of high quality vitamins and supplements. If you have questions or need advice on which vitamins and supplements are right for you, follow the link below to our free Ask The Nurse feature: http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com/AskTheNurse.aspx ** Subscribe ** Don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more reviews on the best rated, professional grade, vitamin and supplement products offered at www.ProfessionalSupplementCenter.com ALWAYS GUARANTEED FREE SHIPPING on ANY and ALL orders! #HealthLife #HealthyLifeStyle #NaturalHealth #HealthyLife #HealthyLifeStyle #NaturalHealth
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Viking Pups slay stress
Five adorable ”Viking Pups” provided Augustana College students with a welcome break from their finals week Monday Nov 2, 2015 with their wet noses, soft fur and an unquenchable desire for attention. Service dog in training Blue, a female Labrador retriever, welcomed a hug from Augustana College freshman Katherine Ludwig, of Belvedere, Ill., during the Viking Pup's fundraiser in school's Gerber Center, in Rock Island. Ms. Ludwig said she had just finished a final exam and spending the time with the Viking Pups was a welcome distraction from studying. Monday’s event was a fundraiser for the college's student group which fosters and trains service and facility dogs. Petting the pups cost 50-cents, hugs are $2 and pressures are $3. "Pressure is one of our deep pressure therapy tasks, where the dog will lay across your lap until released and it compresses your blood vessels and slows your heart rate and lowers blood pressure," said Sara Diemer, vice president of Viking Pups.
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The Members Of BFPP Take On The "Draw The Character Challenge!"
This challenge was one of the most fun videos to film! It's filled with laughs, jokes, and fun! Hope you enjoy! Fun Dog Fact: By petting your dog, you can lower your blood pressure!
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Emotional Support Animal or Service Animal: What's the difference?
Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy A service animal is any dog that is trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability. Other species of animals, whether wild or domestic, trained or untrained, are not considered service animals. Another type of service animal is a psychiatric service dog. A psychiatric service dog is a specific type of service dog trained to help their owner with a psychiatric disability or a mental illness, such as PTSD, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. These dogs are trained to alleviate some of their owners struggles, such as reminding them to take medication, or even barking or otherwise signaling for their owner to stop any repetitive or harmful behavior. Emotional Support Animals are often part of a treatment plan and used as therapy animals, they are not considered service animals under the American Disabilities Act. These support animals provide companionship, relieve loneliness, and can even help with depression, anxiety and phobias. They do not have special training to perform tasks that assist people with disabilities. A letter from a medical doctor or therapist (such as myself) is all that is needed to classify the animal as an emotional support animal. I find these to be helpful with my patients who struggle to get out of bed or care for themselves. Especially some of my patient who have struggled with suicidal thoughts or who have attempted suicide in the past. Having something that depends on us to take care of it, walk it, etc can not only keep us fighting for recovery, but also get us up and out of the house every day! There is definitely an increase in abuse of the ESA system. Many people claiming their animal is an ESA so they can bring them into restaurants, grocery stores, and on planes. As a Licensed Therapist, I am frequently asked to write people letters for their animals. Technically speaking this is against the legal and ethical standards that every mental health professional should hold themselves to. I find it offensive not only to my profession but also to the people out there who truly benefit from having an ESA. Because ultimately if all animals are given paperwork that they are ESAs then no animal an ESA. There is no special distinction. THE BENEFITS: While I believe that people abuse the emotional support animal system, I still think it’s important to talk briefly about why having an animal is good for our health as a whole. Petting an animal can help lower blood pressure and heart rate. Not to mention the fact that if you have an animal that needs to be walked, it gets you up and moving every day. More recent studies have linked how petting animals (it doesn’t even matter if they are fluffy or not!) releases oxytocin (which comes from our pituitary gland) which is a relaxation hormone (fun fact: is the hormone that helps us attach emotionally to others), and when oxytocin is released it decreases the release of cortisol (which is a steroid hormone linked to stress and anxiety). They also believe that by having an animal it encourages others to approach you and interact. Which if we struggle to meet new people and make new friends, having an animal could help with that. Overall, having an animal is good for our health. It can improve our mood, lower our blood pressure and help us feel connected to another being. So if you are considering adopting a pet, I say go for it! If you want to add translations, click the gear icon and go to Subtitles/CC then to Add subtitles or CC! PATREON A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. Do you want to help support the creation of mental health videos? https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/ JOURNALING & MOTIVATION TEXT SERVICE I have launched a new tool to help you journal & stay motivated. I know getting started on our path to self care can be hard and sometimes sticking with it can be even more difficult. That’s why I created this tool! I’ll be sending you messages twice a week, and my hope is that this can help get you thinking and writing more easily, or possibly take your journaling in a new and helpful direction. Let’s get started: https://create.getpurple.io/p/katimorton/ I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! CONTACT Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com Mail: PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 WORKBOOKS Please visit the Itunes Bookstore and Search "Kati Morton". My Ibooks include exclusive videos and worksheets to help you on your path to wellness. Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/ikq4/
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Follow Joy for Great health
Joy loves animals! Especially domesticated animals. I googled and found the benefits of keeping dogs! They claim that we 1. Get Sick Less! If our cleaning commercials are to be believed, humanity is in the midst of a war against germs—and we won’t stop until every single one is dead. In reality, the amount of disinfecting we do is making us sicker; since our bodies are exposed to fewer germs we can’t build up immunities to them. Fortunately, dogs are covered in germs! Having a dog in the house means more bacteria enters the home and gets inside the occupants (one study found “dog-related biodiversity” is especially high on pillowcases.) In turn, people with dogs seem to get ill less frequently and less severely than people with cats or no pets. 2. Resistance to Allergies! While dogs can be one of the worst triggers for people with allergies, growing up in a house with a dog makes children less likely to develop allergies over the course of their lives. Even if you were just a fetus when your mother lived with a dog, you are still less likely to be bothered by animal hair and dander, or to develop eczema as an adult. 3. Be Happier! Dog owners are less likely to suffer from depression than non-pet owners. Even for those people who do become clinically depressed, having a pet to take care of can help them out of a depressive episode, in some cases more effectively even than medication. Since taking care of a dog requires a routine and forces you to stay at least a little active, it is harder to stay inside feeling down all the time. The interaction with and love received from a dog can also help people stay positive. Even the mere act of looking at your pet increases the amount of Oxytocin, the “feel good” chemical, in the brain. 4. Better Heart Health! Everything about owning a dog seems to lend itself to better heart health. Just the act of petting a dog lowers heart rate and blood pressure. A Chinese study found that people who own dogs get better sleep at night and are sick less often. Other studies show pet owners have slightly lower cholesterol and are more likely to survive a heart attack. 5. More Exercise! While other pets have positive effects on your health as well, dogs have the added benefit of needing to be walked and played with numerous times a day. This means most dog owners get the recommended minimum 30 minutes of exercise a day, lowering their risk of cardiovascular disease and keeping them in better overall shape than cat owners or people without pets. 6. A More Active Social Life! Polls show people trust others who have dogs more than just random people walking on the street and are more likely to go up and interact with them. Even if you live alone, having a dog has the same emotional benefit as that of a human friendship. 7. Cancer Detection! Your dog could save your life one day. It seems that our canine friends have the ability to smell cancer in the human body. Stories abound of owners whose dogs kept sniffing or licking a mole or lump on their body so they got it checked out, discovering it was cancerous. The anecdotal evidence was later backed up by scientific studies. Dogs are so good at this that some of them are trained to detect cancer, in as little as three hours. 8. A Reflection of Your Personality! The kind of dog you have tells people a lot about your personality. A study in England found a very clear correlation between people’s personalities and what type of dogs they owned; for example, people who owned toy dogs tended to be more intelligent, while owners of utility dogs like Dalmatians and bulldogs were the most conscientious. Other studies have found that dog owners in general are more outgoing and friendly than cat owners. But be careful: Dogs also take on their owners' personality traits, so if you fly off the handle all the time, it might explain why your dog is so aggressive. 9. Lower Stress at Work! The benefits of bringing a dog to work are so increasingly obvious that more companies are catching on. Studies show that people who interact with a pet while working have lower stress levels throughout the day, while people who do not bring a pet see their stress levels increase over time. Dogs in the office also lead to people taking more breaks, to play with or walk the dog, which makes them more energized when they return to work. This, in turn, has been shown to lead to much greater job satisfaction and productivity. (Adapted from mentalfloss.com) Wowow No wonder Joy is so healthy and happy! However, do not keep a pet on impulse! No time! No pets! Please! Animals need a lot of love and attention! They cannot talk but they have feelings too! Okay! That's all folks! God bless!
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Can Animals Help You Feel Better? Aimee Song & Kati Morton | Happy Hour Ep. 1
Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Welcome to my new series "Happy Hour" where we spend an hour of our day showing you ways to improve your mood and overall mental health! I hope you love it as much as I do! Today we have Aimee Song with us to learn about the animal rescue The Amanda Foundation, and how animals can be useful in the therapy process. Many of you have told me how much having a dog or other animal has helped with your mental health. They find that just petting an animal can lower your blood pressure, and release those feel good hormones. Many of my clients have told me how it's helped them get up and out of the house when their depression, anxiety or PTSD tried to keep them in bed. Check out the vid we did on Aimee's channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIjH-_tpba8&t=10s other fun Aimee videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvpdyOggIPI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWZnBqdXoY0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2chB4irKCY Cute Puppies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nFrY8eaJ-s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FReibAoQaRA Please donate to the Amanda Foundation today! Amanda Foundation - https://amandafoundation.org/ how donation cards work https://support.google.com/youtube/?p=donate_FAQ Follow Aimee http://www.songofstyle.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/songofstyleblog PLEASE READ If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call a local emergency telephone number or go immediately to the nearest emergency room. BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon Patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. xoxo https://www.patreon.com/katimorton I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos - Depression, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Self-Harm and more! Mental health shouldn't have a stigma attached to it. Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 Download my workbooks: (visit Itunes and search for Kati Morton) Eating Disorders Self-Harm LGBTQ+ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/9but/
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YRMC Volunteer Spotlight: Don Packard
Studies show that pets can lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety. In addition, petting an animal can release endorphins that have a calming effect and can enhance healing. Yavapai Regional Medical Center offers pet therapy to patients through the PAWS program. YRMC volunteer Don Packard and his dog Sailor visit patients regularly. Don says, "It does their heart good, and it does mine too.” For more information on the PAWS program and other volunteer opportunities, contact YRMC Volunteer Services at (928) 771-5678 or visit yrmc.org/volunteer-services.
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Benefits Of Having A Dog or Cat | Special Benefits of Pets For The Elderly
How Dogs & Cats Help Seniors Thrive There’s no magic recipe to ensure that we live longer, but one thing is certain: dogs and cats can help. There is nothing quite like playing fetch with a bouncing bundle of energy with your dog or cuddling up on the couch with your cat to enjoy a night of television. For years, many people have believed that animals offer emotional relief and assist the healing process. Now research and studies are backing that up. Therapy and service pets have become increasingly common over the last few decades, helping people with hearing loss, limited mobility, and vision loss, too. They’re also helpful for those with mental illnesses, autism, and more. For heart attack patients, a dog can increase their life expectancy. Just the act of petting an animal can boost the mood, lower blood pressure, decrease loneliness, and reduce the risk of heart attack. Whether a senior takes a dog for a companion, or for service, there are plenty of incredible benefits with a dog as your companion. And cats, well, cats are cats and are very therapeutic just being lovable and cuddly cats!
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Are Cats Good For Your Health? - Suzanne Somers Breaking Through
Kittens have taken over the studio! In this episode, Suzanne discusses the health benefits of owning a cat. Studies have shown that cats can relieve stress and anxiety, and potentially lower your risk of heart attack. Guest Sandra DeFeo from the Humane Society of New York explains how you can adopt a cat of your own, and Suzanne shares her favorite cute cat videos. Don't forget to subscribe to see a new episode of Suzanne Somers Breaking Through every Thursday!
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Cats Soup Cat Guide omg funny facts - Pet the kitty - Do!
Did you know that petting or stroking a cat can help you to lower your blood pressure? The nose pad of a cat has a pattern that is unqiue as a fingerprint of a human. A litter of kittens is called a kindle. Cats can purr at around 26 cycles per second, which is the same frequency as an idling diesel engine. Cat are the only animals that purr. Calico cats are almost always female. During her reproductive life, a single cat can deliver over 100 kittens! Cats get an average of 16 hours of sleep per day. Cats use their whiskers to determine if the space they are entering is big enough for them. A cat's IQ is only surpassed by that of chimps & monkeys. The oldest cat on records was from England. She was 36. You should Never feed your cat dog food - cats need 5 times more protein than dogs do. In order to calm a frightened cat put your hand over his eyes and forehead or let him bury his head in your armpit. The following is a list of foods that cats should never eat: onions, garlic, root vegetables, chocolate, grapes, raisins, milk. If you think your cat has been poisoned - contact your veterinarian or the National Animal Poison Control Center. Please, leave me a comment. Do you have a cat? Tags: cats, cats funny, space cats, cat bath, cat fight, cat power, cat talking, cat stevens, cats and dogs, space cat, cat in the cradle, cats meowing, cats musical, cats mating, funny cats and dogs, memory cats, mean kitty song, ninja cat, why do cats purr, bloopers, cat food, very angry cat, two talking cats, cats vs dogs, kitten surprise, how to break a cat fight, talking cat, cat man do, nora cat, piano cat, cat plays piano, funny animal videos, simons cat, the funniest cat video, stalking cat, don't pet the kitty, pussy cat, let me in, deadly fight, secrets of cats, crazy cat, very funny cats, keyboard cat, original, nom nom nom, persian cat, sweet cat, cute kitten, puppy vs cat, dramatic cat, memory from cats, kitten vs watermelon, kitty cat, when cats attack, Nala the Laughing Cat, Crow and Kitten, mama cat comes to rescue her little kitten, Cats Playing Pattycake, evil and funny cats, lachende katzen, laughing cats, Rat loves cat, The Cat Video, Dog Cat and Rat, Nora The Piano Cat, Talking cat in sink, cat soup, Cat on LSD, Halo Kitty Cat Dance, cat and mouse, Cat Flushing toilet, Crazy Cat Attacking Spuds Dog, Cat bloopers, tiger vs lion, fat cat, Guide to Cats, Funny Cats Compilation, Hilarious cats, Official trailer for Thunder cats movie, Heavy Metal Cats, Key of Awesome, Cat Attacks Gators, Cats vs Dogs Training, How To Wrap A Cat, Standing Cat, What Cats Are Really Thinking, Cat Betrayed His Girlfriend, cats Sex, cat in Heat, cats Rage, cats moods, ugly cats, Inception Cat, cat shower, Cat gives a cardiac massage, injured cat, Subwoofer Cat, fainting goat kittens, original video, cats video, Ugly Kid Joe, My Kitty is EMO, Cat Head Theatre, Herding Cats, stupid cat, cat attacks rabbit, Farting Cat, cats first orgasm, puss in boots, Devil Cat, very funny, small cat vs large dog, cat and turtle, The OMG Cat, Cats Learning to Swim, śpiewające koty, cat moments, lazy cat, happy birthday cat, funny cat show, Cat Toilet Training, cat toilet video, Yelling At Cats, dancing cats, kitty mystic, cats slide, cat Revenge, World's fattest cat, The Aristocats, How to Wash A Cat, crystal cats, jingle cats, big cats fight
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Healing Heroes: Therapy Dogs Travel to Texas After Deadly Church Shooting
More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 The K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry is in Sutherland Springs, Texas, to help victims and loved ones affected by Sunday's church shooting. The canine cohort was started in 2008 and has been traveling ever since to heal at locations of tragedies around the nation. The founder says dogs are non-judgemental listeners, and that petting them lowers blood pressure and helps those who are hurting to relax. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki has more.
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How to check your dogs blood pressure **LOL**
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Saving A Life
Animalconnection.ning.com no longer exists, please join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AnimalConnection Thinking of adding a pet to your family? Here are five reasons to adopt your new best friend. 1. You'll save a life Sadly, about 2 million dogs and cats are euthanized each year in the United States simply because too many people give up their pets and too few people adopt from shelters. Because there is limited space at shelters, staff members sometimes need to make very hard decisions to euthanize animals who haven't been adopted. The number of euthanized animals could be reduced dramatically if more people adopted pets instead of buying them. By adopting from a private humane society or animal shelter, breed rescue group, or the local animal control agency, you'll help save the lives of two animals—the pet you adopt and a homeless animal somewhere who can be rescued because of space you helped free up. 2. You'll get a healthy pet Animal shelters are brimming with happy, healthy animals just waiting for someone to take them home. Most shelters examine and give vaccinations to animals when they arrive, and many spay or neuter them before being adopted. In addition to medical care, more and more shelters also screen animals for specific temperaments and behaviors to make sure each family finds the right pet for its lifestyle. It is a common misconception that animals end up in shelters because they've been abused or done something "wrong". In fact, most animals are given to shelters because of "people reasons," not because of anything they've done. Things like a divorce, a move, lack of time or financial constraints are among the most common reasons why pets lose their homes. 3. You'll save money Adopting a pet from an animal shelter is much less expensive than buying a pet at a pet store or through other sources. In addition, animals from many shelters are already spayed or neutered and vaccinated, which makes the shelter's fee a real bargain. 4. You'll feel better Pets have a way of putting a smile on your face and a spring in your step. Not only do animals give you unconditional love, but they have been shown to be psychologically, emotionally, and physically beneficial. Caring for a companion animal can provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment and lessen feelings of loneliness and isolation in all age groups. Pets can help your physical health as well—just spending time with an animal can help lower a person's blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and dog walking, pet grooming, and even petting provide increased physical activity that can help strengthen the heart, improve blood circulation, and slow the loss of bone tissue. Put simply, pets aren't just good friends, they're also good medicine and can improve a person's well-being in many ways. 5. You won't be supporting puppy mills and pet stores Puppy mills are "factory style" dog-breeding facilities that put profit above the welfare of dogs. Most dogs raised in puppy mills are housed in shockingly poor conditions with improper medical care, and the parents of the puppies are kept in cages to be bred over and over for years, without human companionship and with little hope of ever joining a family. And after they're no longer profitable, breeding dogs are simply discarded—either killed, abandoned or sold at auction. Puppy mill puppies are sold to unsuspecting consumers in pet stores, over the Internet and through newspaper classified advertisements to whoever is willing to pay for them. Marketed as coming from great breeders, well-rehearsed sales tactics keep money flowing to the puppy mill by ensuring that buyers never get to see where the pups actually come from (a vital step in puppy buying). Many of the puppies have serious behavioral and health problems that might not be apparent for months, including medical problems that can cost thousands of dollars to treat, if they are treatable at all. Unfortunately, a lot of people are not even aware that puppy mills exist, so when they buy a pet from a pet store, online or other retail outlet, they are unwittingly supporting this cruel industry. By adopting instead of buying a pet, you can be certain you aren't supporting cruel puppy mills with your money. Puppy mills will continue to operate until people stop purchasing their dogs. Instead of buying a dog, visit your local shelter where you will likely to find dozens of healthy, well-socialized puppies and adult dogs—including purebreds—just waiting for that special home—yours. http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/adopt/tips/top_reasons_adopt.html
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10 Health Benefits of Living with Cats
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FOX NEWS | The cure for obesity, heart disease, and anxiety? Puppies!
Researchers just discovered a simple way to fight obesity, heart disease, and mental illness – by giving people puppies. That may sound barking mad. But a new round of medical research shows that dogs, cats, and other four-legged friends can significantly boost people's physical and mental health – to the point where interacting with pets can actually be an effective form of therapy. Consider how pets could help the 75 million Americans who suffer from high blood pressure, which increases the likelihood of experiencing a heart attack or stroke. In one study of more than 1,500 people aged 60 and over, dog owners had systolic blood pressure that was 3.34 milligrams of mercury lower than that for non-owners. Systolic blood pressure is the pressure in a person's blood vessels when his heart beats – the first number in a blood pressure reading. A difference of just over 3.34 milligrams of mercury may not sound like much. But for each milligram of mercury decline in blood pressure, a person's risk of stroke goes down by 5 percent. After five months, those who adopted dogs had significantly lower blood pressure than those who did not. When the remaining patients eventually adopted companions, their blood pressure also dropped. Another analysis examined 30 patients at risk of high blood pressure. Some of the patients adopted dogs right away; others waited. After five months, those who adopted dogs had significantly lower blood pressure than those who did not. When the remaining patients eventually adopted companions, their blood pressure also dropped. Pet owners are also more likely to exercise regularly. A study conducted by Australian researchers found that dog owners were physically active for an hour more each week than those who didn't have dogs. My own research aligns with these findings. In a survey of people in Grenada – home to St. George's University, where I teach – my team found that less than 13 percent of pet-owners were obese. By contrast, 50 percent of the people in our sample who did not own pets were obese. Keeping blood pressure low and staying active is great for the heart. One analysis of 3.4 million people spanning 12 years revealed that those who owned pets had a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease than those who were pet-less. Research shows that pets also improve people's mental health. In one Israeli study, scientists deliberately elevated participants' stress levels by telling them that they might have to hold a tarantula. Then, to calm the participants down, researchers gave them either toy rabbits, toy turtles, real rabbits, or real turtles. The toys did nothing to relieve stress. But petting both the hard shell of real turtles and the soft fur of real bunnies calmed participants effectively. A survey of veterinary school students produced similar results. Investigators asked students to report their stress levels on a scale from one to ten, as well as whether they had a pet at home. Six in ten people who did not own pets reported stress levels of eight or higher; only four in ten pet-owners said that they were similarly stressed. Another review of 17 studies found that people with mental illnesses – including post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder – derive health benefits from owning pets. Some hospitals and schools are acting on this research. At Indiana University Health North Hospital, dogs wander the hallways and spend time with patients who request a visit. Jon Goble, president of IU Health North, noted that when patients go in for surgery, "the dog will completely take their mind off what's happening or about to happen." Virginia Commonwealth University offers therapy dogs to students during finals week. Experts there found that the dogs significantly reduced pre-exam jitters. All this research exemplif ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer The information on this channel is for information purposes only. The Youtupe Mania channel assume no liability for any inaccurate, delayed or incomplete information, nor for any actions taken in reliance thereon. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE PLEASE, FOR UPDATING THANKS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #usbreakingnews#breakingnews#LatestNews#newstoday#usatoday ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks For Watching 🎥 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- if you want to feedback or give us idea, US BREAKNG NEWS will reply 24h ================================================== and don't forget like and share videos if you us thank you so much
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5 Benefits of Pet Ownership You May Not Have Thought Of
5 Benefits of Pet Companionship There have been numerous studies concerning pet ownership. Having an animal in the house can help both young and old with physical and emotional health, find you a date, and can even save you money. We will discuss these benefits below. Boost Junior's Immune System Recent studies have shown that having a pet in the house when a baby is born can give his ability to fight off bacteria and allergens a boost. This seems to work best with dogs or cats, but exposed to large animals on a farm is also beneficial. The thinking is that these furry creatures are dirty and babies that come in contact with the dirt and allergens on a regular basis have positive benefits on their immune system. These same children were less likely to develop eczema, colds, and ear infections during their first year. Fido is Good for Your Heart Those who get a prescription of dog ownership may have healthier hearts than their dogless neighbors. Many dog owners walk their dogs. This exercise is good for the heart (and waist) and can lower blood pressure. Research has also found dog owners who survive a heart attack live longer than those who don't have the same four-legged companionship. Furbabies Soothe Our Savage Beast Woman on the sofa petting kittenWhen people get stressed or angry, cortisol and adrenaline are released. These hormones prepare us for the "fight or flight" response. This release makes blood vessels restrict and blood pressure increases. If we were to pet or play with our pet when stressed out, serotonin and dopamine levels may increase. These neurotransmitters have the ability to calm people down and allow them to experience pleasure instead of stress and anger. What a good looking dog, can I get his phone number? Tired of looking through the personal ads? Try taking your dog for a walk. People, especially shy people, are more likely to talk to someone walking their dog. They ask about the breed, pet it, and watch it do tricks. This common interest puts people at ease and the interaction may turn more social. Fluffy Comes with Rebates When elderly people are involved in the daily care of their furry friends, they may be able to save money along with receiving the benefits of exercise and companionship. The Midland Life Insurance Company includes questions concerning pet ownership for its clients over 75 years of age. Many times they offer insurance premium discounts for those do own pets. There are many benefits to animal companionship. We barely scratched the surface today. Pets become family members. And just like our human family, we want them to have the best nutrition possible. Sometimes the food and treats we choose just aren't enough. Please consider vitamins and other supplements for your pet. DR Vitamin Solutions offers a selection of high quality pet nutrients to help with everything from anxiety to premium vitamins to supplement commercial foods. By Greg Benic, DR Vitamin Solutions http://www.drvitaminsolutions.com/Pet_Care_Dog_Cat_and_Veterinary/ Honey Bee music track by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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