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Positive impact of creative hobbies

Today, I have read an interesting article about creative hobbies. Recent studies show that the process of creating something with your hands, which is also called “crafting,” is useful for mental health.

The condition that a person enters while crafting is compared to meditation. Many people take up work specifically to relax and relieve stress. Those who engage in creative hobbies more often get significant mental and emotional relief.

Neurobiologists study various forms of creativity and believe that any creative activity (for example, cooking, painting, photography, music and even solving crosswords) is useful.

When we take a creative approach, our brain begins to produce dopamine, a natural antidepressant. The creativity that helps to focus attention is a non-medicinal way to always have a good mood. Scientists are sure that if you are looking for a way to improve your mental health, then a creative lesson can help you with this.

Personally, I rarely have time for crafting, but my wife loves knitting, especially crochet.

Credit for the image: Pixabay

  • Do you have a creative hobby?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you have enough time for it?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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Written by Abhishek Verma

Vicky Verma started his career as a mechanical engineer. Nevertheless, he always wondered to do something, which could bring some change in others' life but was blank. In 2016, he moved towards the Internet world, as it attracts him powerfully, so he decided to create something which could help him share factual and interesting things to others. Now, he often uses social media to interact with the readers of his blog and always replies to them in each of their queries. You can mail him personally from the contact page.

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  1. I love to knit, crochet, cross stitch, needlepoint, tatting and I want to learn to do needle lace. When I work with my needle or hook with thread or wool, I feel the load coming off my back. I relax, enjoy what I am creating and then either use my creation to wear or hang on a pole (like curtains), or on a wall as a picture. I also used to draw and paint and just might that activity again at some point…

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