In the modern world of ours we are able to reach everyone but yet we are unable to touch anyone. In the area of intimacy most people are sex obsessed but touch deprived.
Lots of cultural do and don’ts prevent people from touching each other leading to an invisible emotional distance. Touch deprivation has become mantra in our world, with mandates against touching in our school systems even from as early as the preschool stage. People are conditioned to be afraid of touching each other. It is no wonder that people are willing to pay for cuddling.
There are professional cuddling agencies that have sprung up in the US. The company trains and certifies would-be professional cuddlers. There are websites as a virtual marketplace for clients and cuddlers to find each other.
Supposedly the cuddling service serves as a platonic and—importantly—a therapeutic service. It has set out to fill a perceived void in the emotional realm of modern society, one where sex is easy to find, but not genuine intimacy. Yet there is a fine line whether paid cuddling is “a real thing”, a legitimate, non-sexual service that the current wellness industry fails to provide.
Cuddle is form of touching that is yearned by many. Cuddling is being touched- not just intimacy but a type of intimacy that is undemanding and unconditional. However you may feel about cuddling, cuddling offers real health benefits. Setting aside your and partner’s likes and dislikes, you may want to take a look at cuddling ways.
Cuddling is form of caring. There are times when total intimate experience is not desired (for whatever reasons); this is when cuddling comes handy. It is intimate and yet desired form by which body exchanges warmth and positive vibes. It is handy during times of fatigue or nights you want to be glued to your television.
Cuddling improves relationship. The cuddling is ultimate form of expression of satisfaction after an intimate encounter. Cuddling increases your sense of security with your partner, which increases your desire to be emotionally intimate.
Cuddling lowers blood pressure. Cuddling is just connecting with your partner. In fact, hugging and cuddling can actually help lower blood pressure. It just may help the heart health of both you and your partner.
Cuddling is good for immune system. Snuggling up with your partner may actually help you stay healthy. Cuddling gives your immune system a pick-me-up that some believe is just as effective as popping a multivitamin. When cuddled, you are releasing all the feel good hormones.
Cuddling eases stress and promotes healing. As feeling good by cuddling releases stress it can also help increase pain thresholds and promote growth and healing.
Cuddling makes you happy. You will be happy when you’re curled up in your lover’s arms as cuddling releases some pretty key ingredients that’ll help boost your current feel-good status. When cuddled, you release dopamine and serotonin thus elevating your moods.
Simply put, there are many emotional reasons to cuddle up. Cuddling is a comfortable way to communicate non-verbally. Cuddling makes people feel connected and gives them a sense of understanding. Ultimately ensures that after all you are not alone.
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