10 superpowers of the human body

The brain stores the same amount of information as a 300-year-long video, men can produce milk, muscles can lift tons… is the mystery of human strength.

The human body is a wonderful machine with many complex unsolved mysteries.

The brain’s memory is large enough to store 2.5 million GB of information, equivalent to about 300 years of video. Memory peaks at age 25 and starts to decline at age 50 if you don’t exercise regularly.

This effect is called the diving reflex. When the brain realizes that the body is underwater, it immediately slows down the heart rate and redirects blood from the limbs to vital organs to conserve oxygen.

The deeper you dive, the slower your heart rate becomes.

Newborns are very strong for their size and weight. If a newborn baby clings to a crossbar, he can hang there for a long time without getting tired. This palm grip reflex is inherited from our ancestors, when newborn monkeys had to cling to their mother.

By 3 months of age, infants usually lose this ability.

If all the blood vessels in an adult’s body were connected, the total length would be more than 160,000 km. This length is enough to surround the equator 2.5 times. In addition, the human heart pumps an average of 5.7 million liters of blood during its lifetime. This volume is enough to fill 3 Olympic swimming pools.

All people regardless of gender have milk glands. Men can be stimulated to produce milk. This happens in some cases of hormonal imbalance due to severe stress.

The type of television you watched as a child can affect the color of your dreams now. This study found that the majority of people who grew up with monochrome televisions saw dreams in black and white. While people born after the invention of color television have colorful dreams.

10 superpowers of the human body
The human body has more than 600 muscles, enough to lift thousands of tons. (Photo: Bright side).

The human body has a total of 640 muscles. It gives humans the strength to lift objects whose size is out of control.

In 1982, in Lawrenceville, Angela Cavallo lifted a 1964 Chevrolet Impala. The car slid out of place and hit Tony, who was repairing the car below. Mrs. Cavallo lifted the car high enough for the two neighbors to pull Tony out from under the car.

An average adult body produces 1.5 liters of mucus a day. In addition, the body also produces one liter of saliva, 3 liters of gastric juice, 3.5 liters of intestinal water and one liter of bile.

Fluid leaking through the nose could be brain fluid. This fluid is located around the brain and is kept in a special membrane. Sometimes it can leak through the nose in small amounts as a clear liquid.

The human body removes dead cells regularly. In the span of a few seconds, your 22 million cells are dead. In the next 30 seconds, the body will produce 72 million new red blood cells and will get rid of 174 thousand old skin cells.