1. 50 billion cells die in your body daily. New cells regenerate at 25 million new cells per second.


  1. Bones are 50 times lighter than steel but just as strong as steel. Bones only account for 14% of the total weight of the body.


  1. Your nose can recognize 50,000 different scents. The weakest sense among the five senses is your sense of smell.


  1. The brain receives nerve impulses at speeds up to 240 km/h. The human brain is a very soft substance looking just like butter. Your brain requires a lot to function. It uses 20% of your body’s oxygen and calories.


  1. Our body generates enough heat in 30 minutes, enough to boil half a gallon of water.


  1. A typical human being produces 28400 liters of saliva in his life. The average human being swallows one liter of saliva a day.


  1. Humans are mostly made up of fungi and bacteria accounting for 90% of the cells that make up a human.


  1. The human body contains around 250 grams of salt, which is why your sweat and tears taste a bit salty.


  1. The human body contains 200 pain receptors per square centimeter of the skin, and it also contains 15 receptors for pressure, 6 for chilliness, and 1 for warmth.


  1. Newborn babies see everything upside down as their little eyes haven’t learned to flip the images up the right way yet.


  1. When you were born into the world, you had over 300 bones in your body but, when you turned into an adult, it turned into 206 bones.


  1. The human brain has enough power to light up a small light bulb as we discharge around 20 watts of electricity that means you could charge an iPhone in 70 hours.


  1. Sneezing is dangerous in a way. If you hold your breath while sneezing, you risk damaging your neck or head, but sneezing too hard can cause a human to fracture a rib.


  1. Not only do we get goosebumps from we’re too scared or stressed but, our body secretes more earwax as well


  1. If you add up the population of every country in the world. You still don’t get the same number of bacterial microbes that live in your mouth.


  1. Humans glow in the dark and it is called bio-luminescent. But human eyes aren’t able to see the light we emit.


  1. The heart creates so much pressure when it pumps it could fire blood nine meters into the air if there’s no obstruction.

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