The science behind kindness and its ripple effect

September 22, 2022


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Kindness and its effect on the brain
, a psychiatry professor at Cedars-Sinai, suggests that when we perform acts of kindness, these chemicals and hormones are released in the brain and can give us a “helper’s high.”

. says that when you make an effort to be compassionate and treat others with kindness, you can reduce cortisol levels—which is a stress hormone. 

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