Dr Oz: Are Women More Sensitive To Pain Than Men?
Dr. Oz sat down with the two funny guys who wrote the book Manology, Tyrese Gibson and Rev Run, for a candid discussion about how men think. They answered audience questions and Dr. Oz explained the differences between male and female brains, including who is more likely to get emotional and who is more apt to bottle up their feelings.
Dr Oz: Do Men Think About Sleep More Than Women?
Rev Run and Tyrese Gibson, authors of Manology, revealed the secrets to help women better understand how men think, but Dr. Oz wondered just how well they truly know what makes men tick, so he challenged them both to a little quiz. How would you do on the same quiz? Find out what answers might just surprise you!
It is a known fact that men think about lovemaking way more than women do, but who actually thinks about sleep more often? Is it men or is it women? The correct answer is actually men and Dr. Oz added that men actually think about ALL of their biological needs more than women.
- Men’s Priorities = Lovemaking, Food, Sleep
- Women’s Priorities = Food, Lovemaking, Sleep
Which gender is more sensitive to pain? Men or women? The answer is actually women because they definitely have more exposure to pain, like in childbirth, but their pain is also spread to other areas of their body because of the white matter in the brain that causes them to be more emotional. Women like to talk openly about their pain whereas men tend to clam up and keep it to themselves. Dr. Oz explained that women often experience their pain beyond the physical feeling with it also affecting them emotionally as well as other areas of their life.