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Why crying is good for you
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“Emotional tears have special health benefits,” writes Judith Orloff MD in the Huffington Post.
“A study by biochemist and ‘tear expert’ Dr. William Frey discovered that reflex tears are 98 percent water, whereas emotional tears also contain stress hormones which get excreted from the body through crying.

After studying the composition of tears, Dr. Frey found that emotional tears shed these hormones and other toxins which accumulate during stress. Additional studies also suggest that crying stimulates the production of endorphins, our body’s natural pain killer and ‘feel-good” hormones.'”

Since its YouTube upload on September 11, 2013, more than 9 million people have viewed this Thai TV commercial produced by communications company, True Move H.
I wonder how many millions have cried watching this, because I sure have. And you?

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Isabel

And since the topic is Thai TVCs, this is a favorite- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgF-2DeTtc8&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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javamince Reply:

Hope we have this kind of creativity din sa Philippines :p

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;D Reply:

We do. Just look around you. Just not given opportunity. That’s all.. ;D

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javamince

Hope we have this kind of creativity din sa Philippines :p

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;D

We do. Just look around you. Just not given opportunity. That’s all.. ;D

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javamince

Thais are really the best when it comes to these things. Their movies are nothing to scoff at as well.

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Vincent Tuason

oh my. naiyak nga ako. goodness given, really comes back.

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johbeeze

i just saw the life insurance commercial and that made me cry. whats really funny is, the two commercials are far more better than some of the tv shows or movie we have nowadays!

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jabez

http://youtu.be/v9-s8Z6ejgI <- here's another one. *sniff, sniff*

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Odellbub Reply:

Jesus christ, this made me cry even worse!

“I have money, I have a house. Take it all!”

BAAAAAAWWWWWLLLL

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Odellbub

Jesus christ, this made me cry even worse!

“I have money, I have a house. Take it all!”

BAAAAAAWWWWWLLLL

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Odellbub

Who’s been cutting onions around here?!?!

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Maiba Lang

I’ve read a story from an email similar to the video… about 4 years ago. The payment were cookies and a glass of milk. The patient was the daughter instead of the father.

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Liana Noah Reply:

Yes. The story of Dr. Howard Kelly. It happened in real life, during the early 1900’s.

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Liana Noah

Yes. The story of Dr. Howard Kelly. It happened in real life, during the early 1900’s.

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janina

aiii dedma sa mga drama!

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mavsny

Sorry but I am skipping watching this video. I saw it twice already and lets just say I need a towel to wipe the tears…..

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Angela G. Magpayo

Bawling my eyes out at 1:30 in the morning!

All the good that you give talaga, comes back to you a thousand fold ­čÖé

What a remarkable TVC ­čÖé

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oh_fudge

naiyak ako. eto nakakaiyak din: http://youtu.be/1BZmuz88KEY

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CVS Reply:

hahaha. natawa ako. sorry :))

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