Giving flowers: why and what impact as a gift

Don’t wait for special occasions to give flowers to your loved ones, and do it more often.

Because now it’s proven that bouquets are good for your health!

Flowers make men more attractive

According to a study by social psychology researcher Nicolas Gu├ęgen, the presence of flowers in a room enhances a woman’s perception of a man in a first meeting.

Unmarried female students invited to interact with a young man in a room with three large bouquets of flowers were able to deemed sexier than those who met him in a room without flowers!

They make us more sociable

According to research by the University of New Jersey’s psychology department, receiving flowers promotes interaction with other people even if they’re strangers.

By offering either a bouquet or a pen to people about to take the elevator, the researchers found that those who received the flowers were more likely to engage in conversation with strangers around them.

They soothe us

According to studies by Professor Liu Mingwang, the simple fact of seeing flowers is enough to provoke physiological benefits and improve our performance.

People who have watched a video of a florist composing a bouquet have shown an reduced stress and greater efficiency in mental arithmetic resolution than those who hadn’t seen it.

They make us stronger

According to studies by Professor Richard Mattson, the presence of flowers has a positive effect on the ability to resistance to disease and pain .

His teams placed a bouquet of flowers in the hospital rooms of patients who had just undergone appendicitis surgery. They found that the patients were asking for fewer painkillers and endured the pain better than those placed in rooms without flowers.