- This was one of the first studies on “movement hatred” on this movement.
- Misogynism can also cause anxiety, anger and disgust at the sight of a repetitive gesture.
- It increases with age.
Almost every human disorder has a name. This August 26, review Scientific reports Light up on myoskinesia, which refers to irritation caused by small, repetitive movements in another person. This disorder also affects one in three people according to the study!
Even anxiety, anger and disgust
The researchers conducted a series of experiments with 4,100 volunteers. They are exposed to visual stimuli and this should reflect what is causing them emotions. The study is based on a comment made by Dr. Todd Handy, a researcher at the Department of Psychology at the Canadian University of British Columbia, which initiated the study. “I get stressed when you are anxious“, He told him. It makes the researcher want to be deeper to better understand this emotion.
The results revealed that one-third of the volunteers said they were suffering from repetitive movements. This was one of the first studies on “movement hatred” on this movement. Misogynism causes repetitive gesture and causes anxiety, anger and disgust, i.e.Strong effective or negative emotional response”, The study reported. However, the researchers did not measure participants’ repetitive motion sensitivity. However, they found that impatience increases with age.
Understanding the origins
The causes leading to this disorder are not known but the authors of the study have put forward some ways for reflection. This can be caused by mirror neurons in the brain. These are activated when we move and when others move. “When we see someone suffering, the pain spills over into us. When people are unknowingly anxious, because they are anxious, noticing them also makes us anxious”, Suggested Sumeet Jaswal, who participated in the study.
Researchers say they want to better understand myoskinesis. We hope they can. “Take a closer look at this question in our future research and find out if there is a genetic component to this susceptibility”, Todd follows Handy.