Monday, 18 March 2019

Benefits Of Living With Cats

If you're a cat lover you will already know the obvious benefits of living with cats. They make wonderful companions, they cheer you up with their antics, they help you to relax. But there are also proven health benefits to owning cats.

At least one study has indicated that people who live with a cat have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. This includes lowering the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. 

Cats are also credited with helping to reduce stress levels. This in turn helps to reduce blood pressure, They also help lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of depression.

A more recent study found that children raised with pets may be healthier as well. Children raised in a home with cats (or dogs) were found to have fewer allergies, ear infections and respiratory problems than those without pets.

Surveys have shown that people with cats sleep better too.

Here are a few more benefits of living with cats! Do you know any more?

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  1. Wonderful to know that they have some really positive health benefits.

  2. I so believe in this and I think it is excellent therapy for anyone. Why else do the elderly just smile and calm down as soon as they see an animal that visits long term care. Look at how many people have benefited from owning an animal. I personally have a leg warmer and a face warmer when I am in bed

  3. I don't need convincing. I love my 13 cats :)

  4. I would love to have a cat again, unfortunately hubby is not into cats.


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