Do you worry when your body does weird things like sweat when you’re nervous, you forget an awesome dream, or get carsick on a long ride? It’s puzzling, eh? Have you ever wondered why we wake up before the alarm clock? Or how the weather gives you a headache?
Our brain is also a tricky thing. For example, it perceives going to school or work as a threat and tries to protect us from this stress by keeping us in bed. That’s why it’s hard to wake up on weekdays and so easy to wake up on the weekend. Interested? So let’s hop into our submarine of discovery and dive deep into why these strange tricks of our bodies happen.
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Why do we bite our lips? 💋
Why do we forget dreams? 0:58
Why do we wake up before the alarm clock? 1:42 ⏰
We can’t stand being tickled, yet why do we react to it with laughter? 2:12
Why do we sweat when we get nervous? 2:56
How does the weather give you a headache? 3:34
Why do we feel carsickness? 4:13 😖
Why does skin darken in the sun, yet hair gets lighter? 4:54
Why do we hear ringing in the ears? 5:45
Ever stood up too fast and gotten dizzy and lightheaded? 6:23
Why does crying cause that weird lump in the throat? 6:42
Is it true that our heart stops during a sneeze? 7:17
Why do we get lazy after a big meal? 7:52 🌭
Why is it hard to wake up on weekdays? 8:20
Why do we get cramps when we run? 8:47
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– Our brain gives our body an “order” to bite our lips so that we think less about problems and calm down.
– Dreams are chaotic, full of symbolism and strange images, so the brain thinks: (Brain: “This guy already has enough on his plate in real life – he doesn’t that dream consuming his thoughts.”)
– It’s just that waking up to an alarm clock is a big shock for the body. To avoid this unnecessary stress, the brain releases a protein that’s responsible for wakefulness.
– The most ticklish areas happen to cover vital organs and arteries, so nature has made them very sensitive.
– If you were an early human trying to get out of a headlock with a rival, then your wet skin would be slippery. Sweaty palms also cling to tree branches better.
– When the weather changes, the air pressure changes. Your blood vessels and nerves feel this difference in pressure and react – they expand, get smaller, or spasm.
– In comparison to human history, cars appeared not so long ago, so the brain hasn’t completely adapted.
– With more and more pigment being produced, the skin gets darker. With hair, things are a little different. It does have small reserves of melanin, but it can’t produce it like your skin can.
– When you quickly go from a lying position to standing, the blood in your body drops to your feet and legs, thanks-a-lot gravity!
– Back before there was science to explain these things, people believed that during a sneeze, the body let go of too much air and that it could stop your heart forever.
– If you want to wake up ready to take on the day, try thinking about what a great day tomorrow will be before you go to bed.
– If you’ve ever experienced a running cramp, you know that it can be super uncomfortable. The good news is that it is totally normal.
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