More men than women analgesic
More men than women analgesic.The men claimed their pain threshold is higher than women. While women say otherwise and childbirth as evidence. Now, scientists have found the answer to everything. Men are more able to withstand pain than women and tend to allow themselves to suffer for it look more macho. According to researchers from Leeds Metropolitan University, as quoted Dailymail page, showing male gender stereotypes tend to be quiet when they are injured, while women are more sensitive.
Scientist Dr Osama Tashani recruit 200 people to research the UK and Libya. He said that traditionally, men are more resilient while women are more sensitive. “Some of the ethnic groups represented more resilient, while others are seen as more free in expressing their pain. We did not detect any difference in the discomfort of pain,” he explained.
Dr Tashani monitor sensitivity, durability, and willingness to report pain, and found men have a higher pain threshold and intensity reported less pain than women, regardless of their nationality. Volunteers England can not bear the pain as participants from Libya, but they are more willing to report it.
But the reaction by gender stereotypes more visible on Libyan volunteers than the UK, shows gender and culture play a role in mengatasai discomfort.
The research was conducted in two years and published in the Journal of Pain. They perform two procedures that cause pain. They stuck a hand volunteering with blunt-tipped object 1 centimeter deep, while they have to hold their hands above their heads. They wore cuff to restrict blood flow