TEARS
[@OMG FACTS #10]

You may have heard the term "crocodile tears" used to describe someone who is a false guard, but did you know that crocodiles do cry?

 

Tears stream for 3 reasons:

  1. Basal tears – clean and grease up your eyes

  2. Reflex tears – when your eyes are bothered by things like onions or dust

  3. Emotional tears – requires no explanation!

 

Humans are the only species that produces emotional tears, and we produce tears when we feel an emotion strongly. Basal reflex tears are important to help us see clearly and maintain the health of our eyes.

 

Do you know emotional tears may contain more proteins than other tears? Studies shown that tears have a positive effect on blood pressure, heart rate and blood sugar levels.

 

When you cry, your nose runs too; it stops you from simply shedding tears. You might notice or hear that some people cry in public while others cry in the washroom. Crying heavily has many different health benefits, which may lead some to argue that crying more often is better.

 

Here are some unusual facts about TEARS:

Elephants crying in pain

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Women cry more than men do

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Tears are salty – contains salt ions

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An "awful" cry make you feel worse

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Need to drive a hard deal? Begin crying

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We produce less tears as we get older

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Babies don't produce tears when they cry

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An annoying gas is the explanation onions make you cry

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Your watery eyes could be an indication of dry eye disorder

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Infants figure out how to cry contrastingly in various cultures

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Pseudobulbar influence (PBA) is a condition that can cause wild tears

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Each tear has three layers - inward bodily fluid layer, watery center layer & external sleek layer

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Sleep crying is genuine / real

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A lack of tears can harm your eyes

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Tears assist you with seeing better

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It's completely normal to cry after sex

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Man get turned off when a woman cry

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A "great" cry may truly give mental relief

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Emotional tears may really care about you

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Tears are intended to deplete down your nose and throat

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Your tears encompass messages that can be picked by others

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Animals shed tears; however, feelings have nothing to do with it

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They have same composition as saliva - contains metabolites, enzymes, electrolytes and lipids

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