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Interesting fun facts about human body

30 interesting facts
30 interesting facts

30 interesting facts

How well do you think you know your body? I bet you didn’t know these thirty interesting facts about the amazing and mysterious human body.

  1. More than 3% of the people in whole world are born with type of loss of knowledge – phonagnosia: they cannot recognize familiar people voices.
  2. When you take one step if fact you are using more than 200 muscles to lift that one foot. Suddenly walking seems so much more exhausting, right?
  3. We have a very powerful gut. If you were to get your stomach acid onto your skin, it would burn a hole in it.
  4. Your mouth is made of the same skin cells as vagina’s.
  5. If the human eye would be a digital camera then it would have 576 megapixels.
  6. How to know when someone is lying to you? Liars blink less often than normal when they are telling a lie, and then afterwards speed up to around eight times faster than usual.
  7. Your skin’s outer layer sheds every two to four weeks, so it rounds up to roughly 0.7 kg of dead skin in a year.
  8. If you could spread out all the wrinkles that are in your brain, it would be about the size of a regular pillowcase.
  9. The strongest muscle in the human body actually is the jaw muscle otherwise known as masseter.
  10. Your body’s sweat itself is odorless. It’s the bacteria on the skin that reacts with it and produces your body unpleasant odor.
  11. In your body, there is enough iron to make a metal nail 3 inches (7,6 cm) long.
  12. People who have blue eye color have a higher alcohol tolerance.
  13. Your heartbeat mimics the music you listen to and changes to it. Gloria Estefan was right the rhythm actually is going to get you.
  14. There is a scientific explanation to why men’s testicles hang between the legs. It’s to keep the testicles cool because sperm dies when it’s at body temperature.
  15. One out of every 200 people have an extra rib.

The word ‘muscle’ comes from Latin ‘musculus’, which means “little mouse,” because a flexed muscle was thought to resemble a mouse.

  1. Beer and vaginas have almost the same acidity levels, they both have an average pH of 4.5. “I like how beer tastes. I can drink beer all night” should be pick-up lines.
  2. This is one of those try-it-yourself facts. Oxford University discovered that if someone pokes one of your middle toes, while your eyes are closed, most people can’t tell which toe is being touched.
  3. There is an actual scientific name for when your stomach makes those growls. It’s called Borborygmus.
  4. Breastfeeding actually changes the way a women’s – mother’s brain works, making her more attuned to her child’s crying.
  5. An average person produces about 25,000 quarts of saliva in a lifetime. That’s about two full swimming pools.
  6. Exercise tip for those who want to lose weight: Sex burns 3.6 calories a minute.
  7. Well, here’s a little grouse fact: most of the dust underneath your bed actually consists of your own dead skin.
  8. Your heart beats 100,000 times per day, pumping 5.5 liters per minute, which adds up to about 3 million liters of blood a year.
  9. Having excessive body hair is related to a higher intellect. So, I guess the more you look like a monkey, the smarter you are.
  10. Bras actually make breasts sag. According to a French study published in 2013. We need more of those official no-bra-days.
  11. Why brushing your teeth is so important? Your body is made of up to 3 to 5 lbs. (1,4 – 2.3 kg) of bacteria. Between 100 million to 1 billion bacteria can grow on EACH tooth.
  12. Without your pinky finger, you would lose 50% of your hand’s strength.
  13. Your heart doesn’t even need your body to be able to beat. It can keep beating even if it is separated from your body because it has its own electrical impulse.
  14. Just like everyone has unique fingerprints, everyone has a unique tongue print as well.
  15. On average, one man produces about 10 million new sperm daily. That’s enough to repopulate the entire planet in 6 months.