The study indicated that women get more negatively affected, both emotionally and physically, by a heartbreak. Women participants rated their 'emotional anguish' to be 6.84 post break up and whereas, the figure turned out to be 6.58 for men. Both men and women get depressed. But research shows that women, in general, bounce back more successfully after a breakup. Men are twice as likely to feel severely depressed for a longer time and are twice as likely to commit suicide after a divorce.
They found that women tend to be more negatively affected by breakups, reporting higher levels of both physical and emotional pain. Women averaged 6.84 in terms of emotional anguish versus 6.58 in men. In terms of physical pain, women averaged 4.21 versus men's 3.75.
Contrary to popular opinion, women seem to much more concerned with the body below the neck than men are. Only 2% preferring the face above all else. Taking the lead is the chest at 24%, closely followed by hair at 22% and arms at 19%. These preferences suggest the importance of muscles in making a man more attractive.
Women feel pain more intensely than men, according to a new study of 11,000 men and women who were patients at the Stanford Hospital and Clinics. But overall, women were more likely to indicate higher pain levels than men.
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