It has long been known that pets have a positive mood. But can they also affect physical health?
Cats are known to spin when they are happy and satisfied. The sound that is emitted during spinning ranges at a frequency of about 15 to 25 Hz, and scientific studies have confirmed that this sound can have a positive effect on human health.
Here’s what all spinning a cat does for human health:
Thanks to the low frequency of cat spinning, when it lies on your stomach, it comes from the relaxation of the body and mind.
By transmitting the frequency of spinning to the human body, the stress hormone is reduced and the person is happier and healthier.
Research has shown that when a cat spins, bone fractures heal faster! The trick is that vibrations at a frequency of 25 to 50 Hz accelerate the healing of human bones.
Believe it or not, a cat spinning on your stomach can lower blood pressure.
Scientific studies have shown that cat owners have a 40 percent lower risk of heart attack.
Vibration encouraged by spinning a cat speeds up circulation and thus can reduce swelling and eliminate infections from the human body
They can detect a disease you are not yet aware of. After research, experts have come to the conclusion that spinning cats differs at the moment of enjoyment and at the moment of warning a person about a certain disease, so if you notice that a cat has been spinning differently lately, pay more attention to what happens to your body – it can’t hurt.