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Why do we cry?
You cry to relieve stress
Tears flow from our eyes when we cry because they contain chemicals and hormones produced by our bodies. When we become upset, our brains and bodies overreact and work overtim…e by producing chemicals and hormones. Crying helps eliminate these extra chemicals that we don't need. The chemicals and hormones disappear from our body through the form of tears. As our tears flow, they sooth our sadness or distress by withdrawing these chemical agents. That is why many people feel calmer or more refreshed after crying--because the tears get rid of these hormones that are produced when we are sad, happy, or distressed.
The reason why you cry is because when you think of something sad,your eyes become watery.The water in your eyes is actually mixed with mucus and sea water.
I cried for many reasons, these include- acting, confusion, anger, the passing away of someone close, knowing I've done something wrong, feeling wronged, movies that are about… the unfairness of society or based on real life stories that revolve around the unfairness of something, when someone close in my family cries, when people argue, when I'm hurt, really emotional lyrics, anything that brings about deep feelings. because im a cry babi and Brittany 2 she like Darren
im a man!
I am not sad.
you may suffer from clinical depression, a common disorder. My wife has it, and takes an anti-depressant. You should see your doctor.
You're watching the final scene in Thelma and Louise, and you're on your third handkerchief. You turn your tear stained face to the side and look through blurred, saline-flood…ed vision at your cat, who is staring back at you witnessing the curious spectacle. Why is it that humans can be reduced to blubbering messes, while other members of the animal kingdom don't seem to let out even a sniffle? We have tear ducts to lubricate and protect our eyes from dust and other particles. The ducts are under the upper eyelids and produce a salty liquid-a tear---that gets spread throughout the eye after each blink. Animals too have the ability to produce tears, but not necessarily for the same reasons that we humans produce them. Three types of tears are generated by the human eye. Basal tears protect the eye and keep it moist. Reflex tears flush out the eye when it becomes irritated. And emotional tears flow in response to sadness, distress, or physical pain. Studies have shown that emotional tears contain more manganese, an element that affects temperament, and more prolactin, a hormone that regulates milk production. Sobbing out manganese and prolactin is thought to relieve tension by balancing the body's stress levels and eliminating build ups of the chemicals, making the crier feel better. But this minor physiological benefit aside, the most likely reason we produce emotional tears is because it's a means of communication. Before babies can speak, they can cry. The only way for infants to express frustration, pain, fear, or need is to cry. Adults may use crying to bond with other humans. Expressing sadness can prompt comfort and support from peers. Different languages can provide barriers to spoken communication, but emotions are universal. There are also culturally acceptable reasons for crying that bring people together, such as at funerals or weddings. Though there is a significant debate over whether animals have emotions and can express them, some animals do appear to cry for emotional reasons. Elephants seem to grieve when a family member dies and will guard the body and travel long distances to view it. Elephant experts at the London Zoo once told Charles Darwin that the animals do indeed mourn. Chimpanzees also appear to cry, but some scientists still insist that the tears released by these animals are strictly for cleaning the eye. Whether or not animals shed tears for emotional reasons has yet to be scientifically proven. Humans, however, can and do dissolve into tears for any number of reasons. Cleansing the eye, relieving stress, conveying pain, communication, and societal assimilation can all lead to an empty tissue box. So weeping after that sappy movie might not mean that you are a total wuss after all. In fact, it may mean that you are behaving like a perfectly normal human being.
well child when you become of age you will hit puberty and not feel like a baby two year old anymore, the best advise i can give is GROW UP PUB RESENT B****H
Crying is the most common way that human beings relieve the pressure of strong emotions. When you cry, you produce drops of water or tears from your eyes. People oft…en cry when they are feeling strong emotions like sadness or happiness.
Because he is sad.
you feel sad and it help remove bacteria through liquid
We cry when we are hurt because if it is sexually, emotionally,verbally, or even cyber bullying we need to express how we arefeeling. Some people decide to show these emotions… through hurtingthemselves, killing others(homicide), or even killingthemsleves(suicide). We all need to express our pain somhow.Althought homicides and suicides are not a good idea. :(
We can't know that, but often people cry when they experience overwhelming emotions.