The human body is a complex and amazing object, the functions of which often seem incredible. InoSMI published some interesting facts about the human body.
The human body is made up of approximately 100 trillion cells. If it were possible to unwind all the blood vessels and connect them together, they would stretch out to a distance equal to more than 3 circles of the Earth – or twice as much as from here to your nose.
Our skin is a complex organ made up of several layers. Its weight is about 15% of the total body weight, and it can reflect both physical disorders and mental or emotional changes.
Melatonin, a hormone produced by the body to regulate sleep and circadian rhythm, can also be taken as a sleep aid.
Your height increases slightly when you wake up in the morning because the space between your vertebrae widens during your nighttime sleep.
In zero gravity, astronauts’ hearts become round instead of conical as usual due to the lack of gravity.
When we are hungry, our stomach can comfort itself by producing acid that thins the walls of the organ and destroys them.
The human heart beats in a natural rhythm that can be imitated through songs. The music we hear affects the heart rate.
Human bodies emit a specific type of light called bioluminescence when they are in the dark. For example, a person’s eyes can glow from incoming photons.
Our body produces a small amount of alcohol. This happens as a result of food fermenting in the intestines, so we can be a little drunk even if we have not consumed any alcoholic beverages.
The human body is an incredible organism that hides many amazing facts and mysteries. As science advances, we will be able to learn even more about how it works and what makes it so incredible.
It is important to remember that each of us has different bodies, so we must take care of them in a way that suits our individual health needs.
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