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Crying - Wikipedia

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Crying is the shedding of tears in response to an emotional state. The act of crying has been defined as "a complex secretomotor phenomenon characterized by ...

The Purpose of Crying - How Crying Works | HowStuffWorks

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The third type of tears is emotional tears. It all starts in the cerebrum where sadness is registered. The endocrine system is then triggered to release hormones to ...

Looking At Tears Under A Microscope Reveals A Shocking Fact.

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Emotional tears have protein-based hormones including the neurotransmitter leucine enkephalin, which is a natural painkiller that is released when we are ...

The Science of Crying | TIME

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Mar 16, 2016 ... Science is close to solving the mystery of why humans shed tears (and why some don't)

Why We Cry: The Fascinating Psychology of Emotional Release | Alternet

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May 18, 2012 ... Physiologically speaking, emotional tears are elicited when a person's system shifts rapidly from sympathetic to parasympathetic activity—from ...

Why do we cry? The science of tears | The Independent

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Sep 18, 2014 ... Crying can be scientifically defined as the shedding of your tears in response to an emotional state; very different from 'lacrimation', which is the ...

Why we cry - American Psychological Association

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"I think the study of crying, more than is the case for any other emotional expression, may help us to obtain a better insight into human nature," says leading tear ...

Why Do We Cry? The Three Different Types Of Tears And Their ...

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May 1, 2015 ... The Three Types of Tears," Alex Gendler explains the physiology of tears through their three classifications: basal, reflex, and emotional.

The Health Benefits of Tears | Psychology Today

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Jul 27, 2010 ... Emotional tears have special health benefits. Biochemist and “tear expert” Dr. William Frey at the Ramsey Medical Center in Minneapolis ...

The Microscopic Structures of Dried Human Tears | Science ...

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Nov 19, 2013 ... Emotional tears, for instance, have been found to contain protein-based hormones including the neurotransmitter leucine enkephalin, a natural ...

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13 Things You Probably Don't Know About Tears | The Huffington Post

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Jan 10, 2014 ... Crying. Sobbing. Blubbering. Whatever you call it, from the time we're babies, we all do it. And, while many animals shed tears, emotional te...

Crying: Do Emotions Change the Structure of Our Tears? - Mercola

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Sep 10, 2015 ... Emotional tears, for instance, contain leucine-enkephalin, a natural painkiller your body releases in response to stress. There are, however ...

The Health Benefits of Tears by Judith Orloff M.D.

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The Health Benefits of Tears. Adapted from “Emotional Freedom: Liberate Yourself From Negative Emotions and Transform Your Life” (Three Rivers Press, 2011).