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Science Explains Why Tickling Kids Can Be Harmful

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1. Just because a child is giggling doesn't mean they are enjoying being tickled:

Science Explains Why Tickling Kids Can Be Harmful
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Let me tell you that in a study conducted at the University of California in 1997, scientists found that tickling doesn't create the same happy feelings that are created when a person laughs at a funny joke. Tickling just creates an outward illusion that a person is laughing.

2. Tickling is a way to assert dominance:

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We all know that a person who is being tickled sometimes loses self-control. The struggle to gain control can be humiliating for the child & can leave unpleasant memories for a lifetime.

3. Tickling has been used to torture people for ages:

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Many of the study subjects reported tickling as a type of physical abuse. The study concluded that tickling can provoke extreme physiological reactions in the victim such as vomiting & loss of consciousness due to the inability to breathe.

4. The child may not be able to tell you to stop:

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Laughter caused by continuous tickling can reach a point where the person being tickled can no longer breath properly, nor can they say that they are in a difficult situation.

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Now what do you think about tickling? Let me know your answers & opinion about this post in the comment box & share it with everyone whom you know.

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Donatello

Now I know that tickling is bad . Thank you!!!!!!!!

5 Months ago

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Bebo

Tickling is not too bad also both the person from each side enjoys it after crossing limits it becomes injurious

5 Months ago

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Iron Man

why you commenting same for everyone bro but yes nice information

4 Months ago

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