Nature determined that we are the only women in charge of giving birth to offspring through our body. This could mean that we created to endure the pain of labor and any other physical pain naturally. However, the reality is totally opposite: women feel more pain than men.
A Canadian study found that physical pain is processed differently in the brain of a man and a woman's brain. Women are much more sensitive than men to pain, but they are also better able to cope better.
According to Jeffrey Mogil, one of the researchers, these different reactions to pain opens the door for a future analgesic drugs are developed by gender. Thus, pain would especially for women pink and blue just analgesics for men, to name a few examples.
For Mogil, this research breaks down what all of us. "If you asked 100 people who feel more pain between men and women, one will answer 95 men." We all think that as women we are prepared to face the pain of labor, we feel less than men. But here's the difference: men feel less pain, but women hold up better.
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