Science teaches that the human body is composed of cells. These cells are known as the building block with which the human body is made. At adulthood, there are about 50 trillion of those cells in the body. These cells come together to form cells, which in turn combine to form organs. All these organs inside the body work together as a system. Basically, it is the cell that gives life to the body.
Do you know that there are several things about our human body that we are unaware of. Most individuals are happy with just being alive and are unconcerned about some salient facts which may help make their lives easier and keep them a lot more healthy.
Facts about the human height
When you stand upright and stretch your arms out, the distance between your left middle finger into the right middle finger is equal to your height. This fact is true for humans who don’t have any deformity.
Facts about the human eyes
Irrespective of their ethnicity the eye color is same for many babies. Melanin and ultraviolet light are need for the eyes to reveal its true color.
The brain doesn’t sleep. At night when we sleep, the brain becomes most active. Additionally, it has been discovered that instead of a good brain because most folks think, our brain consists of 80% water. The brain also does not feel pain; although it processes all signals, it doesn’t share in the pain that the body feels.
Facts about Stimuli
It is impossible to tickle oneself. However, the body reacts differently to different circumstances. It is possible to suddenly posses the strength capable of lifting up a car, or run faster that a cheetah. All these are made possible by adrenaline.
Facts about the teeth
The human baby unlike other animals aren’t born to fend on their own immediately. They need to be nurtured and cared for. Consequently, it’s uncommon for a baby to get teeth upon delivery. But, one in every two thousand babies are born with teeth. These teeth don’t arise from any gene mutation and these babies are perfectly healthy.
Other Facts about the Body
The human stomach contains acid that is capable of dissolving zinc, yet it does not irritate the human stomach. This is because the walls of the human stomach are being continuously renewed continually.
The human body is made up of 70% water.
The smallest and the largest cells are found in the reproductive system. The smallest is the male sperm and the largest is the female egg.
With the passing of each day, new facts about the human body are being uncovered. These facts are true, though a number of them seem unbelievable and unimaginable.