Redheads are generally maligned by society writ large. Even though many of the biggest household names out there have red hair, including Prince Harry, Ed Sheeran, and Jessica Chastain, a great amount of conversation does revolve around their hair color.
Science Says That Redheads Are Super Resilient People!
But, a woman named Erin La Rosa has recently published her book The Big Redhead Book: Inside the Secret Society of Red. In her book, she explains that natural redheads need to be proud of being red-haired. She also notes that there’re many biological benefits to being ginger.
Science Says That Redheads Are Super Resilient People
Erin reveals many interesting facts about being a redhead. She points out that they’re the “unicorns of the human world”.
What’s more, she also thinks that they’re blessed in a more important way. She says that according to research, redheads can handle pain more effectively than others, because of the MC1R gene mutation that gives their hair its color. Additionally, a 2003 McGill University study shows that women who have natural red hair tend to tolerate about twenty-five percent more pain compared to women who do not have natural red hair.
According to the researchers from The University of Louisville, redheads need about twenty percent more general anaesthesia when they undergo a surgery. This means that redheads are actually super resilient people.
Furthermore, according to a University of Louisville study carried out in 2005, redheads are also more sensitive to temperature changes. Namely, these people are actually the first to tell others when winter is on its way.
Billy Ray Cyrus‘s daughter continues to turn heads from her famous role in the Hannah Montana series. Whether to change her hair or her turbulent relationship with actor Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus knows how to talk about it! With 42 million subscribers on her Instagram account, Miley is the idol of a generation … New hair for Miley Cyrus, so she knows for sure that her image is scrutinize and teens love it.
2011. This is the end of the series Hannah Montana and Miley decides to take a break from her music career to focus on acting. Now that she is no longer at Disney, the 19 years old girl is allowed to experience side hairstyle. But for now, she is content with a shadow and a wise bohemian braid. Miley then proves she is no longer a teenager, but a young woman cutting her long mane, but retaining its shaded coloring.