Mental Health

Pets help improve your mental health that has been affected by the Corona

Did you know that owning a dog or cat at home can help you cope with the Coronavirus crisis? A recent study showed that pet owners have a greater ability to adapt to psychological stress. Are you thinking about your role in owning a pet?

A recent study found that people who have a pet at home have decreased feelings of loneliness and have better mental health during the Corona crisis, as mentioned by the British Daily Mail website. The study sought to know the extent of the British adaptation to measures to limit the spread of the Corona virus in the United Kingdom between March and May.

According to the study, which was based on a survey of 6000 people in the United Kingdom, every 8 out of 10 participants had a higher ability to psychologically adapt to the measures of closure and social distancing thanks to their pets.

The study’s supervisor professor at York University stated that the respondents view their pets as a source of support, and there are no differences in feelings related to the type of animal, as the participants are emotionally related to their animals, regardless of species or species.

Click on Next button to learn more

Prev1 of 2