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Happy Hug Day 2022: As we near the end of Valentine's Week, people are getting ready to celebrate Hug Day with their special someone. It is celebrated on the sixth day of Valentine's Week. This year, it falls on Saturday, February 12. Hug Day is one of the most awaited occasions leading up to Valentine's Day, and rightly too. On this day, people meet their loved ones and comfort them by hugging, as hugs are a gesture of love, warmth and belonging. It conveys a warm message to your loved ones when words can't explain an emotion or complicated situation. After all, nothing fixes emotional cracks, doubts or anxiousness about the future better than a big warm hug. After Hug day, people celebrate Kiss Day and Valentine's Day on February 13 and 14.
So, if you and your partner or someone you like are celebrating Hug Day 2022, here are some best wishes, images, greetings and messages that you can share with them on WhatsApp, Facebook and other social media platforms. Happy Hug Day.
"We crave social connection and human touch," said Ashley Thompson, a social psychologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth. "Hugging and kissing are a big part of that, and we know they're incredibly beneficial for many reasons."
"When we share affection with somebody, it lowers our stress hormones," he said. "One of them is cortisol, which comes from the adrenal glands. When we're stressed out, our cortisol level is elevated, and affection can bring them back to the baseline level. It can also lower blood pressure and heart rate if those are elevated."
Hugging and kissing get the brain involved as well. "That releases oxytocin, which helps facilitate bonding," Thompson said. "The more oxytocin, the stronger the bond we're going to have with our partner. Without the oxytocin, we can't build those connections." That's why oxytocin is commonly referred to as the cuddle chemical, she said.
"We don't all need the same amount of sleep or to eat the same amount to be healthy," he said. "We don't all need the same amount of affection to feel fulfilled and connected. But just like with sleep and food, everybody needs some." 2b1af7f3a8