I m’ joel from insane curiosity , and this is 10 things that guys and girls do in a different way !! all the differences between women and men !
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10) Men and women see in a different way
If you're a woman, you can easily tell the difference between raspberry, amaranth and fuchsia colors. If you're a man, you'd probably have just one name for all of those hues: pink. Women can see more color than men. What's more, it's been proven that both genders process colors in a slightly different way. An orange would seem redder to a man than to a woman and grass – well, grass will appear greener to a woman. Regardless of what side of the fence it will be.
On the other hand, men are better at tracking fast-moving objects and seeing details from a distance. Women see better what's around them. Some researchers explain it as an adaptation for our prehistorical roles – men were more likely to be hunters, so seeing far ahead was a very useful skill. Women's task was gathering, so they needed the ability to objects close to them a lot more.
9) Men and women hear in a different way
Do you know the stories told by couples that have become parents recently and a mother gets up as soon as a baby starts to cry, while a father doesn't hear anything? It appears it's not because the father is so careless or has so much deeper sleep. It's because men hear in a different way. Women have a keener sense of hearing than men and can pitch up high-frequency sounds.
Women might be better at hearing things, but men are better at distinguishing the direction the sound comes from. This difference can also be explained from an evolutionary perspective: the ability to tell where the sound comes from would help men during hunting and hearing high frequencies is essential to react fast if something happens to a baby.
8) Men and women deal with emotions in a different way
It is quite common that women are unhappy with the way their male partners express feelings. Dear ladies, be more understanding – it's not that your men don't want to express feelings as well as you do, they simply can't. A study conducted in Germany showed that positive and negative emotions are processed differently in females and males after puberty. To simplify it, to some point boys and girls' brains work in the same way: negative emotions are localized in the part of the brain called amygdala, which has few brain connections to the cerebral cortex, a part responsible for a language and reasoning. That's why children find it difficult to talk about feelings. During the adolescence, a large amount of brain processes associated with negative feelings move to the cerebral cortex. However, this change only regards girls. So boys still have difficulties with expressing their feelings.
Another thing that women do better is reading subtle emotions. They can recognize signs of sadness in 90% of the cases, while men in only 40%. That might be actually an explanation why women cry more often than men. It's just the easiest and most obvious way to show they're sad.
7)Men and women feel pain in a different way
It is commonly believed that women can handle more pain than men. After all, giving a birth to a child is not an easy task, is it? 2/3 of women think that they really can deal with pain better than men, but only 1/3 of men would be eager to agree with them. So who's right? It turns out that the answer is a bit complicated.
Another picture of a woman experiencing pain
Researchers from the University of Florida found out that women show greater sensitivity to most forms of pain and experience more pain in general. And scientists from Stanford University add to it the fact that women feel pain more intensely than men. Does it mean that men are more resistant to pain than women after all? Not necessarily. Don't forget that feeling of pain is a highly subjective matter. Studies show that women underreport pain. And, quite interestingly, the fact that they always try to care about their appearance, in this case, backfires for them. Why? Simply because others, even those working in hospitals, don't believe that a woman suffers from pain if she doesn't look as if she was dying. Women feel pain more often but that makes them more used to it. Women have more pain receptors than men. And, on top of that, men's brain produce endorphins that help them cope with pain, which women's brains don't do. So it's not that men are tougher than women, it's just easier for them to handle the pain.
6)Men and women navigate in a different way