The human body is one of the complex systems made by the creator. When we read the encyclopaedia, no matter how many times we have read it, there is always something new and interesting that can amaze us. This is the case with our bodies. As we research, we explore more amazing features.
1- The amount of strength your muscles can muster is controlled by your brain. Should the muscles of the leg contract with the full force that they are capable of, the femur would be crushed.
Consequently, people who get adrenaline when they are put in dangerous situations are able to do things like lift cars off of children. Your body is capable of incredible strength, but it also has the capacity to cause you a great deal of pain. Because of this, we are rendered helpless sacks of jelly by our brains.
Vomiting can help alleviate the pain associated with a migraine. Dehydration is a potential side effect of vomiting. Dehydration can trigger migraines. The result is an interesting example of a vicious circle.
3-Organisms of people who live for generations in conditions considered “extreme” adapt to these conditions as a result of their prolonged exposure to them. People who live at higher elevations, for instance, frequently have larger lungs and a distinctively different blood composition. And in order to store more blood, the people of the Bajau people, who live on the water and spend a significant amount of time diving, have a spleen that is fifty percent larger than average.
4-Viral DNA makes up 8% of the human genome. Since the beginning of time, numerous gene sequences from viruses have been embedded in our DNA, where they have been meticulously replicated ever since. The vast majority of them are now dysfunctional, but a few of them are still operational and actually code for proteins that are of some use. This lends credence to the idea that viruses can occasionally play a useful role as a source of mutation during the process of evolution.
In passing, I should mention that the coronavirus has also figured out how to integrate into human DNA.
5-According to the cardiac anesthesiologist, the smell of the heart is similar to that of mushrooms.
6-You, despise the way your voice comes across on tape because it does not have the same low frequency that you are accustomed to hearing.
You are able to hear your own voice as it travels through the air and returns to your ear when you are speaking. Additionally, it travels through your skull to your ear, and the bony conduction mechanism that does this is superior to air conduction at transmitting low frequencies.
However, there is only a hollow sound in the recording of your voice. This causes dissonance between how you hear your voice in your head and how it actually sounds. Because of this, the pitch of your voice will (almost always be) be higher than you believe it to be.
7 The average human body has about the same amount of hair as that of a chimpanzee. It is simply shorter and more slender.
8 Your eyes have their own immune system that is separate from the rest of your body’s immune system. In many instances, if the immune system of your body comes into contact with your eyes, it will mistake them for a foreign body and cause you to become blind.
9 On average, the brain only accounts for about 2% of our total body weight, but it burns through 20% of all calories.
10-Although humans are bioluminescent and emit light, the light that can be seen by human eyes is 1,000 times fainter than the light that humans themselves emit.
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