Stress In Men And Women Are Different

Why men tend to be emotional when stress, while woman does not? Studies have proof!

The key is that there are genes in both sexes. Researchers found that aggressive reactions that occur when stress is caused by a gene found only in men. SRY gene is present in the Y chromosome. This gene is a direct effect on the organ systems that respond to stress, heart and brain.
SRY gene showed “machismo” in an ordered way the brain and peripheral tissues to regulate the movement of the body and blood pressure in men. In the state of stress, SRY causing blood pressure to rise.
On the other hand, the absence of SRY gene in women and the influence of the hormones estrogen and internal opiate, hormones are used to control pain. This creates a less aggressive reaction when faced with stressful situations.

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