Stress and anxiety from thinking that something bad could happen on the plane can result in an increased heart rate, faster breathing – and emotional chaos. Photo: Shutterstock

Why people cry on planes: the ‘Mile Cry Club’ explained and other emotional and sensory risks

  • Why do people start sobbing over Deadpool or airline safety videos on planes? There could be a host of reasons, from feeling a lack of control to fatigue
  • It’s not just emotions that can go haywire on planes – many of your senses are also compromised, with a variety of interesting results
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Stress and anxiety from thinking that something bad could happen on the plane can result in an increased heart rate, faster breathing – and emotional chaos. Photo: Shutterstock
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