30 Things You Didn’t Know About The Human Body, But Absolutely Need To.
It's easy to take our bodies for granted. The moment we are injured, however, we begin to think more actively about how to protect ourselves. Something as little as a paper cut can bring enough discomfort to ruin our daily routines. The best way to understand and take care of our bodies is to keep learning more about them.
When we are educated on just how fragile and, conversely, how strong our bodies are — yes, they can be both — we learn how to nourish ourselves with the right food, proper rest, and care. We can also push ourselves to run faster and more often, and we know to switch to products that our bodies respond more positively to.
Wherever you are in your learning journey, you're a lot more interesting and more powerful than you think. Here's a list of 30 facts about the human body to prove it.
#1. Your body has enough iron in it to make a metal nail 3 inches long.
#2. Have you ever felt calm while listening to a slow song? That's because our heartbeats mimic the music we listen to.
#3. Each heart has its own electrical system, which means that as long as it receives oxygen, it'll continue to beat even if it's removed from the body.
#4. On a daily basis, our hearts produce enough energy to drive a truck for 20 miles.
#5. Sweat is odorless, and body odor actually comes from it mixing with bacteria on the skin.
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