Is it healthy to cry? Let your tears flow.

Is it healthy to cry?

We all know releasing pent up emotions can be therapeutic, healthy and a good thing to do.

Intuitive core healing takes this understanding one step further by explaining to you why you feel the way you do, why emotions are triggered within you, how the blocks in your life are formed, where they come from and how to get rid of them once and for all!

So with this, healthy crying, connecting to your feelings and then dis-creating them and releasing them not just for now but forever!

It’s time to get rid of this old taboo of crying once and for all! Don’t be ashamed of your emotions, embrace them, be honest & true with them, take responsibility for them and release the negative emotions!

Tears can be beneficial!

1. Tears Help Us See

Tears not only lubricate our eyeballs and eyelids, they also prevent dehydration of our eyes. No lubrication, no eyesight.

2. Tears Kill Bacteria

Our tears act as our own antibacterial and antiviral agent working for us, this can fight off all the germs we pick up on in daily living!

3. Tears Remove Toxins

They actually remove toxins from our body that build up courtesy of stress. They are like a natural therapy or massage session, but they cost a lot less! How cool!

4. Crying Can Elevate Mood

The act of crying can actually lower a person’s manganese level. A build up of manganese can cause : anxiety, nervousness, irritability, fatigue, aggression, emotional disturbance, and the rest of the negative feelings we all experience.

But even better, you can now elevate your mood permanently with energy psychology techniques like Intuitive Core Healing connected to the emotion that you are feeling when you feel tearful, read more here.

5. Tears Release Feelings

Crying is cathartic.“All these feelings need to be felt. We need to stomp and storm; to sob and cry; to perspire and tremble.” –  Home Coming by John Bradshaw  – (Taken from

Some rough statistics for crying: 

20% of bouts of crying last longer than 30 minutes

8% go on for longer than one hour

70% of criers make no attempt to hide their crying

77% of crying takes place at home

15% at work or in the car

40% of people weep alone

39% of crying occurs in the evening, the most popular time compared with morning, afternoon, and night (16, 29 and 17 per cent respectively)

6-8pm is the most common time for crying

88.8% feel better after a cry

47: average number of times a woman cries each year

7: annual number of crying episodes for a man”

(taken from the Independent article ‘ How crying can make you healthier’ )

So next time you think to yourself  ‘oh don’t be so silly…there’s no need to cry!’ Think again! ;)

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