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Riassunto: There's a reason dogs are called a man's best friend: not only do they offer unparalleled companionship, but a growing body of research shows they also boost our health. Numerous studies suggest that owning a dog can prompt you to be more physically active - have leash, will walk. In addition, dogs can reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness in people and help calm jagged nerves: several studies show that petting a dog can reduce blood pressure and heart rate in humans (while having a salutary effect on the dog as well). In this Harvard Health Report, written in collaboration with Angell Animal Medical Center, we explore these studies. As dog owners ourselves, we can attest to the psychological and physical benefits of having a dog in your life. In this report, we recommend some healthy lifestyle changes for both you and your dog. If the two of you already exercise together, we suggest some ways to expand your activities. If you don't own a dog but would like to adopt one, we guide you in choosing a companion that will suit your lifestyle. We also cover the role of service dogs in the lives of humans and ways to benefit from contact with canines even of you don't own a dog yourself. And we've created a special section on optimal dog nutrition, plus a chapter on exercise, so you know exactly what your dog needs to stay healthy and fit.
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Descrizione libro Harvard Health Publications, 2015. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk1614010927
Descrizione libro Harvard Health Publications, 2015. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1614010927