Multiple Tattoos Boost Immune System: Scientific Finding
New scientific finding!!! More than one tattoo will boost the immune system of body. Tattooing emerges out of one’s deep passion towards some thing. Tattoo is a form of body modification, made by inserting indelible ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment. People receive tattoos for a variety of reasons: to identify themselves with a religious or social group, to adorn their bodies, as protective symbols, to cover skin discolorations, or as ongoing art and social projects.
Scientists say that multiple tattooing improves the immune system of our body. It also helps in defending the common cold.
The American Journal of Human Biology professed that getting multiple tattoos can actually strengthen your immune system. According to the opinion of the researchers from The University of Alabama the tattooed persons have a good immune system compared to the people without a tattoo.
The news is mind blowing!! Right!! The hidden thing behind the news is that it is very painful to do tattooing for the first time. It will lower the immune system and the person will become weak. That is why the word Multiple Tattooing is more highlighted. That means even though first tattooing is painful, the next one will help to boost our immune system. Here is the opinion of Dr Christopher Lynn, the UA Associate Professor of Anthropology about multiple tattooing.
She told: After the stress response, your body returns to an equilibrium. However, if you continue to stress your body over and over again, instead of returning to the same set point, it adjusts its internal set points and moves higher.
The above finding has been declared after the research that was carried out on a small group of people (24 women and 5 men). After collecting saliva samples of the people before and after getting inked. After collecting the samples, the level of cortisol was analyzed. Cortisol that suppresses human immune system was found to be less in people who had undergone multiple tattooing.
Oops this is a great finding. Now how many of you are going to get tattooed after reading this. Any way this is glad news for those people who had already undergone multiple tattooing!!!