April 24th is celebrated as Scream Day every year. What’s the purpose of this holiday? It’s a day that’s designed to give people permission to let out one good primal scream. According to scientists, screaming is a good way for people to release tension in the muscles and it can release endorphins in the central nervous system that can lead to a lowering of anxiety, a reduction in pain, and an increase in a person’s pleasure.
In other words, screaming is good for a person’s mental and physical health, as long as it’s done in a responsible and controlled manner. This holiday in no way advocates for people screaming at each other.
The History Of Scream Day
Primal scream therapy is something that has been practiced since ancient times. It was an important part of Eastern medicine, and all throughout history it’s been advocated by all kinds of different medical professionals around the world.
So it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that this holiday was created to help people with productive primal screaming. Although we’re unsure of when Scream Day was officially created, or who created it, we do know that it’s been a holiday that’s been around for a while.
Some Quick And Dirty Facts About Screaming
Okay, since we’re already on the subject of screaming, we thought that we’d take the time to cover the subject in a little more detail. We hope that the following points are good enough to educate and entertain our readers. If they’re not, then don’t scream at us.
- Screaming is used as a vocal technique for several different styles of music including screamo, punk, and metal.
- Screaming not only conveys danger to other people but is also capable of producing fear.
- Although screaming can calm a person down, it can also cause people around the screamer to become more anxious.
Observing Scream Day
This is a good day for people to start a primal scream routine to release stress, and to make themselves feel better. This is also a good day to watch the Scream horror movies or spread the news about this holiday using the hashtag #ScreamDay online.