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
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 ...
Jan 10, 2014 ... And, while many animals shed tears, emotional tears seem to be a uniquely
human experience. “Tears are necessary to keep the eyeball moist ...
The lowdown on tears: Why some cry easily, others don't cry, and how to ... ''
Crying is a natural emotional response to certain feelings, usually sadness and
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 ...
In “Emotional Freedom,” I discuss the numerous health benefits of tears. Like the
ocean, tears are salt water. Protectively they lubricate your eyes, remove ...
Crying can be scientifically defined as the shedding of your tears in response to
an emotional state; very different from 'lacrimation', which is the non-emotional ...
Tears are necessary to give you good vision, keep your eyes healthy and protect
them from irritants. Emotional tears – caused by strong feelings of happiness, ...
May 1, 2015 ... The Three Types of Tears," Alex Gendler explains the physiology of tears through
their three classifications: basal, reflex, and emotional.
Apr 29, 2014 ... Has secretory and excretory functions that produce tears and drain them. ... to cry
emotionally, and unlike the other two, emotional tears involve ...