100 People Try Crying On Camera To Show What Cathartic Release Looks Like

Let it out.

Whether you're happy or sad, surprised or excited, crying is a natural human reaction — and it's actually good for you.

In fact, The Huffington Post reports there are at least five key reasons why crying is healthy, including the fact that it can improve your mood and help relieve stress.

But to show what it actually looks like to have such a cathartic release, 100 people tried crying on camera in a recent video for Cut,

While such an experiment can certainly churn up a lot of different emotions, the video takes a more lighthearted approach in that it focuses on the participants' physical reactions to being on the cusp of tears. 

So go ahead, let it out — and be sure to check out the full video below for more:



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