Ever wonder why there are some things that you can't explain in your body? Or are you wondering of the simple things that happen in you and your surroundings? We all have mysteries in our mind that needs explanation for some reasons. These are some of the most common things that we wonder about that are explained by science.
Ever wonder about your finger warts?
Don't tell me you didn't do this sh*t
Are you one of those who run to the toilet after drinking coffee?
Did you bring your diaper?
Does your hair get gray?
Did anyone of you guys wonder about this?
Why do we feel hungover?
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Are you holding your fart in?
Is throwing up when dizzy normal?
Do you sing in the shower?
1. school of thought maintains that we feel more relaxed and comfortable in the shower, not to mention that we’re typically alone. This physical comfort gives way to mental comfort, and before you know it, you're belting out Taylor Swift (don't lie).
2. The other theory is that the tile, plastic, glass or ceramic that lines your bathroom creates an acoustically-pleasing environment. This makes your voice sound fuller, and helps hide imperfections in tone and pitch, thus releasing your inner opera star.
Having fun in poking a bruise or picking scabs?
Picking scabs is an entirely different issue, but like rubbing a bruise, something we seem to do instinctively. On one hand, it can be a symptom of "obsessive-compulsive tendencies that often signal an underlying, often as-yet-undiagnosed mood or anxiety disorder." On the other, some experts say it's a remnant of the way our ancestors were compelled to groom, lick, and preen themselves. Scabs are like plaster over a healing wound, and they definitely itch, so maybe it's just a response to the fact that we're hyper aware of it.
Do you palms sweat when you are nervous?
Is it okay to pee in the ocean?
Is it okay to pee on plants?
Why do I get goosebumbs?
It is also the cause of the release of a stress hormone called Adrenaline, which in humans is produced in two small beanlike glands that sit atop the kidneys, not only causes the contraction of skin muscles but also influences many other body reactions.