Reduce Pain By Swearing [health]

#health You've just stubbed your toe, banged you knee, or are in pain for any other reason. Go ahead and let out a stream of expletives. Studies suggest swearing can lessen the pain. More »

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  • Hypoalgesic effect of swearing
    Research into the hypoalgesic effect of swearing has shown that the use of profanity can help reduce the sensation of pain.This phenomenon is particularly strong in people who do not use such words on a regular basis.
    05/23/2018 - 2:33 am | View Website
  • Swearing Helps Reduce Pain According To Science
    Well stop yourselves no longer, as it has been scientifically proven that swearing can reduce pain. Swearing used to be known as a sin which made pain worse and reinforced an angry feeling. This is due to catastrophizing, which is when we jump to the conclusion that the bad thing happening is the worst thing in the world.
    05/20/2018 - 5:36 am | View Website
  • Reduce Pain by Swearing
    You've just stubbed your toe, banged your knee, or are in pain for any other reason. Go ahead and let out a stream of expletives. Studies suggest swearing can lessen the pain. A study by Keele University researchers found that swearing helped volunteers endure pain nearly 50% longer than those who ...
    05/8/2012 - 8:27 am | View Website
  • Why Swearing Sparingly Can Help Kill Pain | TIME.com
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    11/22/2011 - 6:53 pm | View Website
  • Swearing can help relieve pain, study claims
    Swearing can help relieve pain, study claims Swearing after hurting yourself can help numb the pain of an injury, new research suggests.
    04/17/2011 - 7:55 pm | View Website
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