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What Happens When You Slap Someone Really Hard?

When you slap someone really hard, it’s not just their face that hurts.

The phenomenon of “contact shock” is a form of shock that occurs when objects come in contact with your skin.

Contact shock can be caused by an object striking you, or from something that touches your skin and transfers energy to you. This can happen in many different ways, including being struck or falling on the ground. The result is the same: an intense jolt of pain followed by a sharp sense of disorientation.

Researcher Michael L. Smith has found that there are two main effects of contact shock:

The first effect is pain – this is the primary sensation that occurs when contact is made with a painful stimulus. When you are hit with something heavy (such as a brick), the impact causes a sharp pain that lasts for a few seconds before fading away over time.

The second effect is disorientation – this occurs when something touches your skin and transfers some of its energy into you, causing dizziness and nausea.

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Last modified: September 19, 2022

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