Facts About The Human Brain
HUMAN BRAIN FACTS
The average brain weight is 3 lbs.
Of all organs, 60% of the brain is by far the largest.
Cerebrum is 85 per cent of the brain.
75 per cent is water in the blood.
Early pregnancy developed 250,000 neurons per minute.
18, Which is the average point at which the brain ceases to develop.
The brain is aware of your presence, and you can not get tickled.
Stress changes the structure and brain cells.
Dreaming requires more brain activity than any task of waking up.
Music enhances coordination in the brain.
On average, you have 70,000 thoughts a day.
Your brain needs to work 20 per cent of your blood and oxygen.
A chemicals in your brain called oxytocin make you feel love.
Your brain can’t feel pain; your brain has headache that includes nerves and muscles.
Your brain produces electricity in between 12-25 watts.
This is enough to drive a low-wattage LED lamp.
There’s a reason the brain was called a ‘random thought generator.’
The average brain generates up to 50,000 thoughts a day.
750-1000 millilitres of blood flow into the brain each minute.
It is adequate to fill one bottle of wine or liter of soda.
Your brain will perceive a picture that your eyes have been seeing for as little as 13 milliseconds less than it takes you to blink.
Size matters for some things, but bigger doesn’t necessarily mean better or clear with the brain.
Men’s brains are usually 10 per cent bigger than women’s, even after taking into account the greater size of the body.
However, in women, the hippocampus, the portion of the brain most closely associated with memory is usually larger.
The brain of Albert Einstein weighed 2.71 pounds (1.230 grams) 10 per cent lower than the 3 pounds (1.400 grams) average.
And his brain’s neuronal density was greater than normal.
Neandertal brains were 10 per cent bigger than our Homo sapiens brains.
While humans have the largest brains relative to the body weight of all animals.
The distinction belongs to 17-pound brained whales.
Human brains have been getting increasingly smaller for the past 10-20,000 years.
The volume lost corresponds to the size of a tennis ball.
These are some amazing Facts About The Human Brain.
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