They say that love hurts however, it just may help us to cope with physical pain.
U.S. scientists studied the tolerable ability of pain in the different ages of women. While some injurious women held the hands of volunteers, they allowed a third of them to hold the hand of the beloved man.
Analysis of responses showed that those who grasp the hand of the beloved man, felt less pain.
In the second test, again with severe pain, the women were shown photographs of a man and then the man they loved. Again, those who see your favorite person, felt less pain.
The thought that someone supports us, helps our body, even if we see only a picture, the researchers were categorical. Therefore, they advise, if you experience are related to pain, hold the hand of a loved one, or at least look at his picture. But they still have no explanation of how this practice occurs.