• Tina

Why Virtual Parties are good for your health.

Updated: May 13

Social distancing will keep us apart, but a human's nature is to be sociable. Finding ways to connect is more important than ever for our emotional and mental well-being.

Social interaction boosts your mental health, your immune system and keeps your brain active! Those positive connections release Oxytocin that lowers your cortisol levels, making you feel less stressed and increases your level of trust. Dopamine is also generated which gives us that positive mental boost.

Enjoying those deeply embedded close ties with friends and family can improve our overall life satisfaction and by interacting with others we train our brains to improve our memories and protects from degenerative diseases.

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