Our body is a set of systems consisting of a combination of many systems. It is an amazing mechanism with still unexplored points. Systems working in sync with each other form this structure. The smallest cornerstone of our body is the cell. Cells make up tissues, tissues make up organs, and organs make up systems. Movement, digestive, circulatory, nervous and respiratory systems provide the fulfilment of all the basic functions of the body. If the systems are working correctly, healthy growth can occur. Without drowning in this general information that most of us know or hear, let’s move on to 10 interesting pieces of information about our body…
Our nose can distinguish 50,000 different odours.
600,000 skin particles are shed from the human body in an hour.
The human body consists of approximately 7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms.
There are 60 more bones in the baby’s body than in an adult human.
There are approximately 161,000 kilometres of blood vessels in the human body.
A person secretes 25,000 litres of saliva during his lifetime. This amount is enough to fill 2 swimming pools.
There is enough iron in the human body to make a 7.5 cm long nail.
Sweat by itself is odourless. Sweat combined with other bacteria in the body produces odour.
Excessive body hair is thought to be related to advanced intelligence.
The growth of the ear and nose continues throughout human life.
Do you know of any other facts about the human body? If you do why not tell us about them in the comments below.