The researchers answered the question of why people cry from happiness

When a surplus of emotion the human brain is getting confused in feelings, scientists from Australia. In a recent study they tried to figure out what exactly makes people cry in moments of sincere happiness.

In the experiment, the volunteers were asked to complete the questionnaire and to be examined on a functional MRI machine. Scientists have found that when a person is overwhelmed with positive emotions, the brain decreases the overhead in processing them. As a result there are irregularities in the discernment of the senses, and the brain perceives the emotional signals in the form of "neural porridge". Because of this, feeling happiness is a point of involuntary tears.

The study showed that crying from happiness can both men and women. Now scientists are planning further research in a given direction to set the other imperfections of the human brain.

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