Who are needy? "They or We"

Relationship between human beings & pets.

7/21/20233 min read

Who are needy? "They or We?"

Human beings are social animals. But in today's Era we all have everything, home, car, gadgets, technology, etc. but even having all these assets we are not happy enough. We always feel lonely, which harms our physical, emotional as well as mental health. Is there any solution to it?

Yes, a simple adoption can make your life much better than you are having it right now. Yes, you heard it right. A simple step of adopting a "Pet" literally can change your whole world.

Animals are full of love, emotions, and positivity. They not only build your physical health but also share an emotional bond with you. Having a pet has numerous health advantages. They will keep you fit and healthy. Walking or playing with pets regularly helps lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels slow breathing, and relax muscle tension, 10 minutes of petting a pet can make a significant impact on your body.

They can help avoid sickness and possibly add years to your life, whereas isolation and loneliness can trigger depression symptoms. Caring for an animal can help you feel desired and wanted while diverting your attention away from your troubles, which is especially beneficial if you live alone. Most dog and cat owners communicate with their pets, and some even utilize them to sort out their problems. They help us to boost our mood whether we are working or not we always feel some type of tension in our daily routine. But whenever you see or meet your pet it is relaxing to find a pet all excited from only your presence and help us to boost our mood.

Through their friendship, pets can aid in the management of loneliness and depression. Sometimes some accident in our life can change our behavior's towards life we feel very lonely and depressed. Loneliness can bring poor health problems. There is some evidence to suggest that having a pet at home might improve people's moods and help kids develop their social skills. Having a pet has numerous positive effects on your health. They can expand opportunities for socializing, going outside, and exercising.

Pets can be an excellent social lubricant for their owners, assisting in the formation and maintenance of new friendships. On walks, treks, or in a dog park, dog owners frequently stop and talk to one another. Pet owners can meet new individuals by going to pet stores, clubs, and training programs.

Not only physically but pets can cope with your psychological crisis. With their unconditional love, they create an emotional bond and positive aura that's why "Therapy dogs" are sometimes brought into hospitals or nursing homes. A survey showed that 74% of 2,000 pet owners reported improvement in mental health.

Indeed, people who have pets frequently have better health than those who do not, a pet does not have to be a dog or a cat. If you are allergic to other animals or have limited room but still want a fuzzy pet to snuggle with, a rabbit could be great. Birds can promote social interaction and keep your mind sharp in older adults. Even seeing fish in an aquarium might help you relax your muscles and lower your heart rate.

As you get older, you'll lose items that used to occupy your time and give your life meaning. You may retire from your job, or your children may relocate far away. Caring for a pet can be pleasurable and beneficial to your morale, optimism, and sense of self-worth. Choosing to adopt a pet from a shelter, especially an elderly pet, might increase your sense of pleasure because you've given a home to a pet that would otherwise have been euthanized.

Although they may seem healthy, pets may carry harmful germs that can make humans sick. The following advice can help you and your family maintain good health while enjoying pets.

  • Make sure the pet is the ideal fit for you and your family before committing to adoption.

  • Pregnant women, younger children with weakened immune systems, and people 65 years of age and older are at a higher risk for certain animal-related diseases. So we must notice this point before adoption.

  • Keep your pet healthy. A healthy pet requires frequent veterinary appointments. Consult your pet's veterinarian for advice on how to maintain your pet's health. Give your pet a healthy diet, clean bedding, fresh food, water, and lots of exercises.

Last but not the least please keep them happy. If they give us unconditional love we should also give them proper love, care, and affection to feel them comfortable with us.