One of the greatest myths has been dispelled through a study being taken out by the Alfred hospital and Monash University. It was considered that redheads were less sensitive to anesthesia and they could awake anytime during surgery.
However, it has been proved in a recent study being led by Professor Paul Myles that redheads do not need to worry, as they are equally sensitive to anesthesia as other colored hair people. One difference that they noted was that females were more resistant to anesthesia in comparison to men.
In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers carried out an experiment on 468 healthy people, who were going through elective surgery procedures.
Myles said they did not notice any such thing, which can confirm that redheads are resistant to anesthesia and could get up during the surgery. In fact, they found them to be like others, who were spotting different colored hair.
By saying that they did not notice any such thing, which can reveal less sensitivity towards anesthesia, Myles said they are not saying that previous studies are wrong. It is just that they need to carry out a bigger research on the matter.
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