Pinocchio syndrome is seen as hiccuping as the person lies and continues throughout the Korean drama before the person confesses the truth.
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What is the pinocchio syndrome?
There are two ways of describing the pinocchio syndrome
- It’s the fear of being laughed at, i.e., a kind of social retreat to prevent public ridicule. Due to specific movement patterns among these individuals, it is called Pinocchio syndrome when they felt they were laughing at awkward, wooden gestures that resembled those of wooden puppets.
- The second explanation is very similar to the tale and the drama. This happens when the person lies. Some claim it’s because of the rush of blood to the nose when lying, causing the nose to itch. The man, therefore, scratches the nose, showing that it is a lie. This is accompanied by unusual fidgeting, dry lips, clenched fingers, deep breaths and fear of looking into the eye on an ongoing basis.
Pinnochio syndrome – a reflex epilepsy?
The disease of Pinocchio is reflex epilepsy. A triggering mechanism (most commonly a visual stimulus) will routinely provoke substantial part of the seizures. Reports of unusual epilepsy occurred while the patient was lying. With loss of consciousness and generalized convulsions, patients with this condition suffer attacks. These attacks begin with sensations that the patient experiences many times a day on a regular basis. They consisted of epigastric constriction, a hot flush sensation rising from the stomach to the ears, then auditory and visual illusions, such as hearing sensation of extreme fear in echo.
When the patient is lying, more than a third of the attacks happen. Without apparent factors, other episodes occur. For some writers, in some extremely rare cases, emotions have regularly triggered seizures. The limbic lobe is concerned with feelings. He may feel a specific emotion while the patient is lying, and this limbic activation could have caused epileptic discharges in the amygdala.
The Pinocchio effect
A common term for the observation that telling lies results in temperature changes around the nose, which are due to insula behavior (in the brain). Truthful answers are said to increase insula activity and decrease the temperature of the nose; lying decreases insula activity and increases the temperature of the nose, which is detected by thermography. First mentioned in December 2012 by staff at the University of Granada (Spain), the effect, if confirmed, has significant consequences for law enforcement as it would provide a tool much superior to that of polygraphs, which in about 53 percent of cases are successful in detecting lies. This effect or syndrome is named after the children’s story “PINOCCHIO“
Why this syndrome is known as the pinocchio syndrome?
Owing to the gestures individuals make when in public, this condition has the nickname “Pinocchio Syndrome”. They appear to make gestures that a wooden puppet makes that are very awkward, wooden like.
Pinnochio syndrome cannot be exactly true
Someone can get hiccup attacks in terms of definition if they are anxious, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re lying. They may be worried about situations, backlash, or even the person challenging them. Your body can send abnormal signals to the part of the brain that regulates your breathing when someone becomes nervous. It affects the nerves in the diaphragm and produces hiccups in turn. This also implies that shock and tension will cause you to get hiccups. I think if anyone hiccups and lies, too, it’s all completely coincidental.
A temperature change in the stomach can also cause hiccups. The temperature of the face varies when someone is lying, it has been shown. So this explicitly rules out the possibility of connecting hiccups and liars. The gastrointestinal tract is a long way from the ears.
The Harsh Truth about Pinocchio syndrome
Before saying the true facts, we have this growing propensity to say half-truths, if not plain lies. We do it to mask minor conflicts at work, to put those who want to know what we are really thinking on the wrong track, to trick someone who would otherwise cause issues, to prevent arguments or to brag about something we have never done before, and have never even conceived ourselves. To come across as being stronger, or different.
Pinocchio was a bundle of mischief and he turned from a puppet to a boy only when he stopped lying. In all toy stores, we see plenty of Pinocchio puppets, but most of them wander freely around doing great harm to themselves and other people. Contact as a treatment? It would be much easier to connect with themselves, especially if they are choosing their future.