Every one of us is different and unique from each other. We, humans, are superior species and can perform some stunning things with our body. These will ultimately amaze you. It can also make you popular among family and friends.
Here are such 6 unexpected things people can do with their unique body all of them are entertaining and loved by the people.
Things only 1% of people can do with their bodies.
Lick your elbow
Licking of your elbow with the help of tongue is quite tricky for 99% of many of us. But there are 1% of the people who can perform this activity efficiently.
Folding your tongue in half
Yes, curling your tongue might sound easy, but folding your tongue in the shape of W is quite tricky, and not everyone can perform it.
Sneeze with open eyes
It may sound weird, or some of us never heard about this before. Yes, it is possible to sneeze with open eyes. But can only be performed by 1 % of the people.
Why everyone can’t do this because when we sneeze, sneeze center of our brain transmits the electric signals to the controlling muscles of the abdomen, chest eyelids, and several other organs of the body. Sneezing is a reflex action, which is why we cannot sneeze with open eyes.
Bending thumbs backward
Bending thumbs backward is possible with both as well as a single hand. It is likely due to the distal joints under the thumb. Due to this joint person performing the trick doesn’t feel any pain.
Touching nose by your tongue
The touching nose is an activity that can be performed by only 10 percent of the total population.
Rumble is a kind of sound that might be like the sound of the wind blowing. Sometimes you can hear this sound while coughing, chewing, or yelling. Not everyone can listen to this sound; only some can do.
Reason of the Ear Rumbling
The doctors state that Ear Rumbling is a protective activity to protect the Ear from damage. Sometimes the noise is too high, which can adversely affect our ears and damage our hearing ability.
Ear Rumbling protects us from the destruction by contracting the muscles, which pull the malleus bone inside the Ear, and it reduces the sound. It safeguards our eardrum. It lessens the vibration of the eardrum and produces a Rumbling sound. Tensor Tympani is the muscle behind all this.
Some people can do Ear Rumbling when they want
Some people can control the Rumbling sound. They do this by contracting there Tensor Tympani muscle under their Ear.