50 amazing things about the human body

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The human body is full of mysteries, and each part of the body can be a miracle. This article presents information about some of the amazing things about the human body.

Thus, you will find that the human nose can recognize 50,000 different odors, that a man needs 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown and eyes have the same size from birth, but your nose and ears never stop growing.

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2. Amazing information about the human body

Amazing information about the human body

1. It is possible that the human body survive without a surprisingly large percentage of internal organs. Even if a person has no stomach, spleen, 75% of the liver, 80% of the intestines, one kidney, one lung, and any of the organs of the pelvic and groin, won’t live very healthy, but would live.

2. Throughout life, a man produces enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.

3. The largest cell in the human body is the ovule and the smallest is sperm.

4. The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue and the hard bone is the jawbone.

5. Human feet have 52 bones, accounting for a quarter of the total number of bones in the body.

6. Feet contain 500,000 sweat glands and can produce more than 500 ml of sweat per day.

7. Stomach acid is strong enough to dissolve shaving razor.

8. The lungs contain approximately 2400 km of airways and 300-500 million of cavities, with a total area of 70 sqm. Moreover, if all capillaries surrounding the lung cavity would be developed and placed one on the end of other, would measure about 992 km. Left lung is smaller than the right to provide enough pace for the heart.

9. A normal sneeze exceeds 160 km / h and cough measures about 95 km / h

10. A person’s body provides enough heat in 30 minutes to boil half a liter of water.

11. The body has enough iron to make a nail 3 inches long.

12. Earwax protects the ear’s delicate interior of bacteria, fungus, dirt and even insects, cleans and lubricates the ear canal.

13. Every person has a unique smell, except for identical twins who smell the same.

14. Teeth start to grow six months before birth.

15. A baby’s head is measuring a quarter of its total length, and at 25 years it will be only one-eighth of the total length of an adult, as a human head growing at a much slower pace than the body.

16. Babies are born with 300 bones, but at maturity their number is reduced to 206. Some of the bones, such as those of the skull, combine with each other, reducing the total number.

17. A person can’t tickle herself. The reason is that it is aware of the time and place to be tickled, unlike spontaneously tickle.

18. About a third of people have a view of the 20/20 and only two out of three people can’t see perfectly.

19. Human nose can recognize 50,000 different odors. Women smell is more developed than men.

20. It is estimated that blood vessels in the human body measures 60,000 km.

21. The three things that a pregnant woman dreams during the first trimester are frogs, worms and potted plants – a fact attributed to hormonal imbalance during pregnancy.

22. Average lifespan of a human hair is 3-7 years. Every day a person loses 60-100 hairs.

23. Brain cells can store five times more information than an encyclopedia. Although the brain interprets pain signals received from the body, the brain itself can’t feel pain.

24. The tooth is the only part of the body can repair on its own.

25. The eyes have the same size since birth, but your nose and ears never stop growing.

26. Since the age of 60, 60% of men and 40% of women will snore.

27. Each person is taller in the morning than the evening because during normal daytime activities, cartilage of the knee and other cartilages slowly compress.

28. The brain works the same energy as a 10 watt bulb even during sleep. In fact, the human brain is more active at night than during the day.

29. Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel with about 275 km / h and neurons continue to multiply throughout human life.

30. People who dream often and intensely have on average higher IQs.

31. The middle finger nail grows faster than the other.

32. Facial hair grows faster than in other parts of the body. This is true for both men and women.

33. On every square inch of the human body there are as many hairs as the body of a chimpanzee.

34. A human fetus has no fingerprints until the age of three months.

35. By age 60, most people lose about half of their taste buds.

36. On the skin are about 32 million bacteria, but most are harmless or even useful.

37. If the room where a person sleeps is colder, the chances to have nightmares are bigger.

38. Three hundred million cells die in the human body every minute.

39. Human lips have a reddish color because of the high concentration of capillaries under the skin.

40. Like fingerprints, each individual has a unique pattern of language that can be used for identification.

41. A human head remains conscious about 15-20 minutes after he was beheaded.

42. A man needs 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown.

43. People can survive longer without food than without sleep.

44. The most common blood type worldwide is type O and the rarest is A-H, which was found in Bombay. Since the discovery until now, only a total of 100 people were found to have this blood type.

45. Immediately after conception, each man, spend around 30 minutes as a single cell. Shortly afterward, the cells begin to multiply rapidly and form small embryo.

46. Right-handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left-handed people.

47. Ears secrete more wax when a person is afraid.

48. Koalas and primates are the only creatures with unique fingerprints.

49. Humans are the only creatures that cry from emotions.

50. The human heart creates enough pressure to spray blood to your height 10 meters in the air.

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