Sometimes cry it all out

Sometimes cry it all out

It is good to appear strong, but sometimes it's important to let it all out and cry. When the pain becomes too much to handle, crying it all out in secret can be beneficial. This helps avoid being labeled as weak by others. Crying has its own health benefits, such as:

1. Activating the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS), which allows your body to rest and digest.

2. Reducing pain by releasing endorphins, which can alleviate both physical and emotional discomfort.

3. Improving your mood.

4. Breathing in cooler air, especially while sobbing, which can lower the temperature of your brain.

5. Assisting in recovering from grief, among other important benefits.

It's not necessary to hold back tears all the time in the name of being strong. Sometimes, it's better to cry it out. It may even help resolve the problem, and you'll feel better afterward. Holding back tears can lead to problems such as irritability, poor sleep, and anxiety. By holding back, you're adding another problem to the existing one. So, at times, it's advisable to let it all out in secret.