The human body is a perfect creation. There are amazing things that are not yet known. Here are the top cool facts about the human body that you didn’t know.
Your Foot And Forearms Are The Same Lengths
Do you think it’s a joke? Try measuring the length. Measure your forearms from the wrist to the crook of your elbow. Compare the length with your foot. You will be surprised by this cool fact.
Images Are Seen Upside Down By Our Eyes
Our eyes use the physics of light refraction. Light refraction causes an impression of upside-down of images on our retina. The images travel into the brain through the optic nerve. The mind flips the images to their upright position.
Without the help of the brain, we could be seeing a world that is upsides down.
Anatomical Defects Cause Dimples
Dimples add to someone’s attractiveness. They are facial depressions visible when a person smile.
Dimples are defects due to shortened facial muscles. The short muscle causes depression on the cheeks when someone smiles.
Everyone has a Unique Tongue Print
From now on, stop sticking your tongue out. Protect your identity. That’s a joke!
Just like the fingerprints, humans have unique tongue print,
Our Height is less or more equal with Our Wingspan
More often, human height is equal to the wingspan. In case of a difference, it’s only one- or two-inches difference. This is a cool fact.
Babies Attain a Full Vision At 8 Months
At birth, babies have poor vision. The eyes are under the development stage. At the sixth month, a baby can have a clear sight at shorter distances.
At the age of eight months, the baby attains a visual acuity.
Human Have More Bones At Birth Than Adulthood
At birth, babies have approximately 300 bones. The head bones are not fused to allow passage through the birth canal. The bones at ankles and wrists are also not joined.
By the age of 2 years, a complete fusion happens on the skull. At the age of 17 years, all bones are fully developed and fused.
The Hearing Is The Only Sense That Does N
ot Dim During Sleep
We have five senses. The hearing is the only sense that does not dim when humans are sleeping. Human ears during sleep, continuously receive signals. The brain is sleeping at this time and doesn’t process the signals.
The Waist Is On The Same Transverse Line With Elbow Crook
In a healthy human anatomical position, both Elbow crook and right waist are on the same transverse line. The narrowest part of the body is used to measure the waistlines.
However, this is not simple when measuring people without a perfect hour-glass figure. The best way to measure the waist is to check the position of elbows.
In conclusion, it’s always fun to learn cool facts about our bodies. You learn different things about yourself that you didn’t know. Keep learning more facts about your body. You will be amazed by many things that you didn’t know.