Crying is known can make a person feel relieved and better, this is because it was thought to cry can help remove the pressures that exist in the body.
When the crying tear ducts will issue a combination of water, oil and mucus into the eye.A few tears will run through a small hole in the side of the eyelid to flow into the nasal cavity, causing the release of snot. Louann Brizendine, a neurologist at the University of California, San Francisco, said thatwhen a person experiences physical pain, emotional anguish and frustration, theamygdala of the brain that are part of the limbic system (emotional brain) will get a signal.
If the stimulus or stimuli that got big enough, then the energy can move from emotionalareas in the frontal motor strip. This condition would make a person sobbing whenbreathing while crying, as quoted by the Wall Street Journal.
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