Hold partner's hand can give relief from pain: Study
The Valentine’s week is going on and love in air. In this week people express the love to partners and shares the happines. It an amazing feeling to be with partner and shares feeling with each other. Now, according to the study, holding partner's hand helps the brainwaves sync and reduces pain.
According to the study, the more empathy a comforting partner feels for a partner in pain, the more their brainwaves fall into sync. And the more those brain waves sync, the more the pain goes away.
lead author of the study Pavel Goldstein, from the University of Colorado at Boulder said, "We have developed a lot of ways to communicate in the modern world and we have fewer physical interactions. This paper illustrates the power and importance of human touch.”
The researchers said, "It appears that pain totally interrupts this interpersonal synchronization between couples and touch brings it back.’ The reseacher further added, you may express empathy for a partner's pain, but without touch, it may not be fully communicated.