New York, rejected it was not bad. Smooth as any rejection was delivered still feelsuncomfortable. Researchers reveal the rejection can make people really feel the pain.
Scientists find literally rejection made ??by the couple or the environment is painful.
This is because all the experience and memory associated with someone whorefuses it will try to be eliminated, thus triggering activation in brain regionsassociated with the physical sensation of pain.
For centuries people use the word ’pain’ to describe the same mental and physical suffering she felt. This condition is causing researchers to wonder whether that ishappening on the same brain region.
“Literally rejection was sick so that makes us want to avoid rejection,” says EdwardSmith, a cognitive neuroscientist at Columbia University in New York, as quoted byFoxNews.
Smith found that the pain of a strong emotional feeling can activate the same neural pathways as a person to feel physical pain.
Scientists examined 40 people who experienced rejection by performing a scan onhis brain regions. Researchers found that emotional pain whether it is feelingrejected, sad or mourning the loss of a loved one can enter into the same neuralnetwork when someone is really sick.
This condition indicates that the rejection is really making people sick should appeardifisik pain.
“But I do not recommend the consumption of aspirin for the pain, because an hourlater you may start thinking about that person anymore that can trigger back pain,”said Smith.
These findings were published online on March 28, 2011 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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