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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  • Crossing your fingers might reduce pain, says study
    Previously, scientists have shown that swearing when you hurt yourself is not only a vocal expression of agony, but that it also reduces pain. The study, but the University of Keele, found that when people were free to let rip verbally, they could cope ...
    03/26/2015 - 6:19 am | View Link
  • The Benefits Of Swearing: Researchers Point Out That Cursing Can Actually Reduce Pain
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  • New research finds swearing can be really f—ing good for you
    Per The Daily Mail, a new study conducted by psychologists at Keele University in Staffordshire, U.K. has found that swearing when frustrated can be a healthy emotional release that eases tension and even make us feel more capable and resilient.
    05/14/2014 - 10:22 am | View Link
  • Does swearing during labour help reduce pain?
    I'm so sorry for all the swearing," I said to the two dedicated midwifes that helped me bring my daughter into the world. My baby girl dozed on my chest, but amid the euphoria I was embarrassed. During the delivery I had cursed like a sailor; it wasn't ...
    05/5/2014 - 1:00 pm | View Link
  • Reduce Pain By Swearing
    You’ve just stubbed your toe or banged your knee. Go ahead and let out a stream of expletives. Studies suggest swearing can lessen the pain. Photo by SFerdon (Shutterstock) A study by Keele University researchers found that swearing helped volunteers ...
    05/8/2012 - 6:30 am | View Link
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  • Swearing and the Brain
    Comment #1 (Posted by Ruby) Rating This article is entirely narcissistic in its viewpoint. Swearing may not be harmful to the individual when the individual is alone.
    11/30/2015 - 12:39 pm | View Website
  • My Amazing Tips For Reducing Epilation Pain
    Epilators can cause quite a lot of pain but there are a lot of tips that can help you with reducing the pain caused by epilators, making them a great cheap hair
    11/30/2015 - 2:37 am | View Website
  • Use Foul Language to Relieve Stress and Pain
    It's a good thing you yell that obscenity when you stub your toe or are thwarted by a co-worker. It makes things better. Science has just proven it.
    11/28/2015 - 2:35 pm | View Website
  • Swearing as a response to pain.
    Although a common pain response, whether swearing alters individuals' experience of pain has not been investigated. This study investigated whether swearing affects ...
    10/9/2015 - 1:54 am | View Website
  • The complete guide to swearing at work
    Why? Perhaps because in some cultures, taboo language has given men power, according to Melissa Mohr, author of Holy Sh*t, a Brief History of Swearing.
    08/23/2014 - 7:57 pm | View Website
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