Why do we often raise our voices and cry at others? Do you automatically increase your voice to establish yourself as a dominant speaker? If yes, you may harm your ability to communicate better and secure cooperation.

Shouting is a physiological mechanism through which our body gets relief from overwhelming emotions, such as hysterical laughter or intense sadness. Furthermore, it alerts others to our distress and encourages them to offer help or affection when we need it most.

Yelling can happen in different ways. It may occur when we are frightened or excited or when our thumb is hit with a hammer. But most probably, it is a sign of emotional aggression.

 When we raise our voices, stress and tension dominate. The louder the voice, the greater the intensity of anger, which can quickly turn into physical violence.

However, there are multiple reasons why we shout. Check out some below-mentioned reasons for yelling.

To relieve pain

When you are suddenly hit with some heavy object, the sudden shock may bring tears to your eyes. But for instance, when you experience intense pain like after surgery or trauma. You are more likely to cry aloud. Does your cry help to relieve pain? Research shows that your body releases oxytocin and endorphin that act as pain relievers when you shout.

To vent out anger

Shouting bitterly helps you to cope with your frustrations. It is one of the best ways to release negative emotions when you cannot handle your situation anymore. However, any physical response to vent anger may consider illegal or inappropriate. So, people often scream when unable to express their stress healthily.

To strengthen bonds

Screaming often puts you in a susceptible position. Besides your emotions distracting you, your tears blur your vision, making it difficult to see clearly. However, when you show your weakness, others sympathize with you and promote bonding. They also show kindness, compassion, and emotional support that may contribute to solid human connection.

We shout to get help

Screaming is a sign to get help. When you cry, your tears convey that you need assistance that you cannot ask through words. Furthermore, research shows that when people cry, they often seem more agreeable and peaceful rather than aggressive. It means when someone is in tears, even if their expression does not necessarily indicate sadness, you may be more willing to offer support.

To process emotions

Cry can provide relief when feelings become so intense that you don't know how to deal with them. There is no denying that emotional pain can cause deep distress, such as sadness, guilt, or worry. However, any emotions may cause tears, no matter how painful. Expert says that tears play a crucial role in processing intense emotions.

To gets your need met

Some people often shout to fulfill their needs. Or sometimes they turn on the tears for this purpose. But this may not always happen. Sometimes feelings of frustration make most people cry. If you find yourself suffering in such situations, you need to consult experienced creators who can explore potential reasons and find healthier ways to express your needs and feelings.

To sympathise

Whenever you see a painful movie or see someone who is in trouble and whose eyes are filled with tears, you show sympathy. Even sometimes, it may happen that you may also start crying too. It is not a bad thing to cry in someone else pain. In a true sense, it suggests you take other perspectives into account and feel others' pain.

Conclusion - 7 reasons why we shout 

There are a variety of reasons behind shouting. If you feel that your shouting is negatively affecting your life – consider using one of our companionship experiences, where you could outburst your anger, shouting and screaming to someone, other than your closed ones. Our experience creators can offer you listening experiences, allowing you to just speak out.

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