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Amazing Facts Human

Body
Omar Perez Estrada
2/3/15
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Nervous System
There are about 13,500,000 neurons in the human
spinal cord.
A new born baby loses about half of their nervet
cells before they are born.
The right side The brain controls left of the body,
The left of the brain controls the right side of the
body.
There are more nerve cells in the human brain
than stars in the milky way.
There nervous system can transmit sign at speeds
of 100 meters ( 328 feet ) per second

Human Muscle System


Muscles make up about 40% of total
body weight.
To take one step is using 200 muscles.
Our tongue is the strongest muscles in
our body since it has 8 muscles.
Smiling takes 17 muscles, while
frowning takes 43 muscles.
There are muscles in the root of you r
hair that give you goose bumps

Cardiovascular System
Your heart can keep beating even
if it separated from the body
because it has its own electrical
impulse
Your heart beat more when youre
scared or excited
An average heart pumps about
450 gallons of blood everyday
The end of a relationship really can
break your heart condition is
commonly known as broken heart
syndrome

Respiratory System
The right lung is slightly larger
than the left.
Hairs in the nose help to clean the
air we breathe.
The surface area of the lungs is
roughly the same size as a tennis
court.
The capillaries in the lungs would
extend 1,600 kilometers if placed
end to end.
The respiratory system is made up
of several organs; lungs, wind pipe.

Immune System
1% of bacteria in your body is good
for you.
People who lack humor in their life
tend to have a weaker immune
system
Skin secretes antibacterial
substances these substances
explain you dont wake up in the
morning with a layer growing on
your skin

Digestive System
Hydrochloric acid, the primary
juice in our stomachs, is capable of
dissolving substances as strong as
metal.
The human microbiome is unique
to each person and the bacteria in
it outnumber human body cells 3
to 1.
The muscle contract in waves to
move food clown the esophagus.
Means we can eat food up side
down.

Skeletal System
The skeletal of a newborn baby has
approximately 300 differently components,
which are a mixture of bones and cartilage.
The longest bone in the human body is the
thigh bone called femur.
The only jointless bone in our bodies is the
hyoid bone in the throd.
The area of our body with the most bones is
the hand, fingers and wrist where there are
54 bones.
About 3,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians
developed the first functioned prosthesis on
artificial big toe.