Sometimes we get angry, sometimes we are happy, sometimes we laugh, and sometimes we cry; what do we think and imagine? We begin to strive for that. These seem to be the very unique and amazing features that define humans from all other creatures.
We, humans, introduced astonishing technologies such as holograms, human augmentation, and much more, but we are still a long way from our creator’s creations. And we humans are one of the many examples of how science has surprised and continues to surprise us by uncovering unique and amazing facts about our bodies.
So, in this post, we’ll peel back the curtain to reveal new unexplored facts about your own body. And I’m sure you’re not familiar with these fascinating facts about your own body. So, are you ready for an unforgettable and eye-opening roller coaster ride? So, before you begin, have a glass of water!!! You will need it. LET’S GET STARTED:
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Eight-legged bugs mate, lay eggs, develop, and repeat on your face:
It’s possible that reading this will make your skin crawl. Cigar-shaped, snaggle bugs around 0.3 mm in length crawl across your face, too tiny to notice. On your face, microscopic eight-legged bugs mate, lay eggs, develop and repeat.
Hairline, eyelids, and eyelashes are also popular concealing spots. A number of these mites fall down the drain as we scratch or try to wipe our faces. They can, however, create skin issues or eye irritation if they go out of hand.
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The liver will almost entirely regenerate:
The liver has the greatest capacity for the regeneration of any biological organ. Despite the fact that it may seem impossible, your liver may regenerate back to its original size and function in a few months, according to UPMC HealthBeat. This is due to the rapid growth of liver cells, which leads the liver to recover to its normal size (or very near to it up to 75%) in roughly a month.
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Hearing movement of eyeballs:
Is it possible to hear your eyeballs whirling within your head? Maybe you can, if you are among the few people who can do it, so it is normal.
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Replacement of taste buds:
Although your perception of taste changes with time, this does not affect how you taste. According to the research, taste receptor cells in the bud have a lifespan of only 10.5 days.
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You were born with blue eyes:
Most of us admire blue eyes, but what if I told you that you were born with blue eyes and later lost them? If you don’t have blue eyes today, you were born with them. Every child’s birth eye color is blue due to the pigment melanin, however, most people’s eyes change their color as they grow.
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Your Body posture affects your memory and mood:
How Posture Affects Memory Recall and Mood? was published in the journal Biofeedback in 2017 and looked at how posture affects memory recall and mood. The effect of sitting with shoulders drooping or erect on remembrance of either unfavorable (incompetent, helpless, weak, or defeated) or favorable (empowered or hopeful) experiences is examined.
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There are more than five senses in humans:
In addition to sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing, humans have “proprioception” (feeling of space) and “nociception” (sense of pain). Depending on who you ask, there’s also “equilibrioception” (feeling of equilibrium), “thermoception” (sense of body temp), “temporal perception” (perception of time), and much more. So, yes, The Sixth Sense may need to be rebranded.
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You have a second brain:
We’ve all experienced the sensation of “butterflies in the stomach”. There’s a scientific explanation for this: the stomach consists of a network of neurons that some scientists refer to as our “second brain.” The gut not only helps with digesting, but it also has its reflexes and sensations, and it is inextricably linked to your nervous system. So, listen to your gut.
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The sound of cracking knuckles, neck, back, and other joints:
When your knuckles, neck, back, or other joints crack, you will hear a cracking sound, which is caused by an air bubble popping in the joint fluid.
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It’s nice to have earwax:
To be obvious, earwax is not something you should consume! However, the irritant you’re removing with Q-tips is essential for greasing, cleansing, and preventing infection in your ears. It’s up to 50% fat, and it coats the ear and traps dirt and grime, retaining your ears clean even though it looks awful.
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Sweat doesn’t smell awful:
Sweat has no unpleasant odor. The link between these odorless sweat secretions and the production of a strong body odor has been the subject of various investigations. Furthermore, according to studies, skin bacteria feed on sweat, resulting in an unpleasant “body odor.” Their waste, or whatever it is, smells awful.
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Blinking every few seconds was probably just something you did to keep your eyes moist or keep dust out of them, but scientists have uncovered another benefit: it provides your brain with a short power nap called a “Micro Nap”. In fact, blinking is a vital service, but humans blink significantly more frequently than is required for that purpose (approximately about 15 to 20 times per minute).
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Is it true that humans have a third eyelid? Yes, the pink corner of the eye is the third eyelid. We humans have a little fold on the inner edge of our eyes that is the remnant of a membrane that protected ions from dirt in birds and mammals. We no longer require this feature to provide transparency, it will very certainly be phased down over time.
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Taste Buds dull with age:
Fruits and meat may taste better with age, but we find it more difficult to enjoy them as we become older. Your sense of taste deteriorates over time in the same way that your hearing and vision do. Taste buds develop more slowly as you become older, whether from an injury or from taking certain medications.
The majority of people over 65 have lost 50% of their taste receptors. And disappointing news for the women: Women’s taste sensitivity begins to wane in their 50s, however, men’s taste sensitivity does not begin to decline until their 60s.
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Stomach acid dissolves razor blades:
You obviously shouldn’t be ingesting these things, but you might be astonished to discover that if you did, your stomach could cause considerable harm to them. Our stomach liquids are quite acidic. They are so acidic, that some metals can be broken down by them.
This will not suggest you should eat coins and keys, but according to a scientific study, our stomach acid can dissolve a razor blade. Given that stomach acid doesn’t harm us, this seems odd, yet our stomach walls can repair themselves quicker than they decay.
True but bizarre facts:
- Your brain consumes the same quantity of electricity as a 10-watt light bulb, yet the human brain can store five times more data than Wikipedia!
- Your body generates enough heat to boil a half-gallon of water in half an hour.
- Your DNA is long enough to travel 600 times from the earth to the sun and back.
- If your veins, capillaries, and arteries were put out flat, they would extend more than 60,000 miles.
- Every hour, you shed 200 million skin cells, and these dead skin cells help to reduce air pollution.
- Your breathing and heart rate may match the music you’re listening to.
- The average person carries over 8 pounds and 22 square feet of skin, it is the largest organ in the human body.
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