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This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Cry
Crying is a natural response to a strong emotion — like watching a sad movie or going through a particularly painful breakup. Sometimes the emotions you feel when you cry can be so intense that they lead to physical symptoms, like a headache. Only tears tied to negative emotions have this effect. Migraine and tension headaches are two of the most common headache types:. In one study , researchers found that anxiety-provoking and stressful situations were the biggest triggers for migraine and tension headaches. They saw crying as a likely and common but less well-known trigger worthy of further study and discussion. Medication can help prevent tension and migraine headaches as well as relieve symptoms once they start.
Never mind the emotional drainage which is bad enough, TBH —if you're lucky, flat-out bawling just means bloodshot eyes, a runny nose, and bright red maybe even swollen face. But if you're not as fortunate, you can also expect a pounding headache —ilike a bad cold mixed with a hangover. But why oh why does your head hurt so damn much from crying—do you really need the extra punishment? When you're sad, your body releases stress hormones, like cortisol, says Lawrence Newman, M. Those stress hormones set off neurotransmitters a.
This topic covers infections of the middle ear, commonly called ear infections. For information on inner ear infections, see the topic Labyrinthitis. The middle ear is the small part of your ear behind your eardrum. It can get infected when germs from the nose and throat are trapped there. A small tube connects your ear to your throat. These two tubes are called eustachian tubes say "yoo-STAY-shee-un". A cold can cause this tube to swell.
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An earache is a sharp, dull, or burning pain in one or both ears. The pain may last a short time or be ongoing. Related conditions include:. Many children will have minor hearing loss during or right after an ear infection. Most of the time, the problem goes away. Lasting hearing loss is rare, but the risk increases with the number of infections. The eustachian tube runs from the middle part of each ear to the back of the throat.