Women love being called baby; it has a positive impact on our brain - Lady

Women love being called baby; it has a positive impact on our brain - Lady

- A lady on social media has stated that women love being called 'baby' because it is an instant stress reliever

- She added that being called 'baby' has an immediate positive effect on their brain

- Though she could not back her claims with any scientific proof, she said women like being called with their pet names

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A lady has made a fantastic assertion that women love being called 'baby' because it is an instant stress reliever and has an immediate positive effect on their brain.

According to her, though there is no scientific evidence to back are claim women like being called with their pet names.

In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady whose name is only known as Switflav said it is important for guys to call their women with pet names because it helps them destress.

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" Being called “baby” has a positive effect in the female brain , causing instant emotional stress relief," she tweeted.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Multi-talented actress and broadcaster Nana Ama McBrown had flaunted her beauty as she slayed in her beautiful African wear.

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In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Ama McBrown asked if her fans spoke to God when they woke up today.

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