Psychological time perception affects wound healing speed. The placebo effect of psychological time on the body.
【Wonders of the Human Body. Psychological Perception of Time Affects Wound Healing Rate】
・Wounds heal faster when the injured person feels that a longer period of time has passed, when in fact the same amount of time has passed (Harvard study).
・This means that the length of time felt subjectively has a significant effect on how well a wound heals. Depending on the length of time felt, wounds heal faster or slower.
Don’t underestimate the “placebo effect of psychological time on the body.”
As a placebo effect,
I’ve often heard that if you take something that feels good to your body, your body will feel better,
It’s possible that because you feel that a long time has passed, your body also heals as if a long time has passed.
It is like a placebo effect of psychological time on the body. It is interesting.
But I was just thinking,
The “psychological time and body placebo effect,” which makes people think that a long time has passed in order to make wounds heal faster, is effective, though,
Depending on how you look at it,
Recovery as if a long time has passed,
It can also be said that a metabolic process has occurred as if a long time has passed,
Or more specifically,
Or, more specifically, aging as if a long time had passed?^^;
The “placebo effect of psychological time on the body” is effective in healing wounds quickly (and time efficiently), though,
In some situations, it just might speed up the aging process, right?
I find the “placebo effect of psychological time on the body” very interesting.
In a boring class that feels long, you might be changing your body like it’s been a long time, or (in other words, if you’re bored all the time, you might be getting old easily? LOL)
In a fast-paced fun time, your body might be changing as if only a short time has passed. (In other words, if you have fun all the time, you might stay young? LOL)
What “placebo effect of psychological time on the body” do you receive on a daily basis?
It might be interesting to think about it.
See you then
Even a feeling like “I slept well” may be quite a placebo effect on the body.