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Mind Blowing amazing Facts About Human Body

In this article, you are going to know mind-blowing amazing facts about human body that you should know to enhance your knowledge. If you are preparing for competitive exams then you must know these amazing body facts.


Mind Blowing amazing Facts About Human Body

Amazing facts about human body

The human body is really an amazing creation of nature and has a sharp mind with a well-organized body structure.

I think you should know amazing facts about humans to enhance your knowledge and for competitive exams.


Yes, friends, today's article is related to the human body, today we are going to give you all the interesting facts related to the human body and knowledge-rich information, which will prove beneficial in understanding the human body, so let's know.

125 Amazing Facts about human body

             1.            Largest bone – the femur (examined bone)-It is the strongest bone in the human body

2.            Smallest bone – stapes

3.            In an adult human, 25% of his bones are in the legs.

4.            Largest gland – liver

5.            Largest endocrine gland – thyroid

6.            Largest Cell – Nerve Cell (Neuron)

7.            Largest artery – abdominal aorta

8.            Largest Vein – Inferior Vanacava

9.            Largest muscle – Gluteus maximus

10.      Smallest muscle – Stepadius

11.      Largest white blood corpuscle- monocyte

12.      Organ with the highest regeneration capacity – liver

13.      Organ with lowest regeneration capacity – brain

14.      The busiest organ – heart

15.      Total volume of blood in the body – 5-6 liters

16.      Normal blood pressure – 120/80 mm of Hg

17.      Number of red blood cells in men – 5- 5.5 million /cubic mm

18.      Number of red blood cells in women – 4 -5.5 million/cubic mm

19.      our brain is more active when you're asleep than when you're awake.

20.      Life span of red blood particles – 120 days

21.      Life span of white blood cells – 2-5 days

22.      Normal number of white blood particles – 5000-1000 cubic mm

23.      Blood platelet counts – 2000000-40000000 per cubic mm

24.      Hemoglobin in males –14- 16 g/100 cc blood

25.      Hemoglobin in females – 12-14 g/100cc blood

26.      Omnivorous Blood Group – 'O'

27.      Omnivorous Blood Group – 'AB'

28.      Normal body temperature - 90.4 F

29.      Normal respiratory rate - 16-20 per minute

30.      Weight of brain – 1400 grams

31.      Number of cranial nerves – 11 pairs

32.      Number of spinal nerves – 31 pairs

33.      Normal Pulse Rate -72

34.      P H- of gastric juice- 14

35.      PH- of urine - 6.0

36.      PH of blood - 7.4

37.      Number of bones in adult humans - 206

38.      Total number of muscles in the body - 639

39.      The share of water in the body - 65%

40.      We lose about 4 kg of skin cells every year.

41.       A human skeleton completely renews itself every 10 years.

42.       The skin cells that make up human skin are the same type of cells that are in the human mouth.

43.      The blood vessels of an adult human being are so long that they can surround the earth's equator four times.

44.      By the time a person reaches the age of 70, he has drunk more than 12,000 gallons of water.

45.      Our mouth produces about one liter of saliva per day.

46.      There are 67 different species of bacteria in the stomach of an adult person.

47.       Human body can detect taste in 0015 seconds, which is faster than blinking.

48.      The human heart beats more than three billion times in an average life span.

49.     Our left lung is about 10 percent smaller than our right lung.

50.     Our blood weight is about eight percent of our body weight.

51.      There are about 500,000 sweat glands in a person's feet.

52.      The little finger of a human being contributes more than 50% of the strength of the hand.

53.      The speed of a human sneeze is about 100 miles per hour when a person sneezes.

54.      Human teeth are as strong as shark teeth.

55.       Until the child of a human being is at least one month old, he cannot shed tears.

56.      The human brain uses only the body's 10-watt light bulb.

57.      Our sputum contains our entire genetic blueprint.

58.   The strongest muscle in the human body is the jaw muscle.

59.      Scientists estimate that the human nose can recognize more than a trillion smells.

60.      An average person walks about 100,000 miles (160,934 km) in his lifetime, which is equivalent to walking four times around the world.

61.      A healthy person can only blink his eyes 11,500 times a day.

62.      Humans spend about five years of their lives eating.

63.      Human bones are five times stronger than steel bars.

64.      Humans produce about three to eight ounces of faces a day.

65.      The nails of the hand with which a person writes grow faster than the other hand.

66.      There are more bacteria in the human mouth than there are in the world.

67.      A healthy person's digestive system contains about 5 pounds of bacteria.

68.      For an adult human, taking just one step uses 200 muscles.

69.      Messages from the human brain travel to nerves at a speed of 200 miles per hour.

70.      Like fingerprints, each human tongue also has its own distinct print.

71.      A healthy person releases gas about 15 times a day.

72.      Liver is the only organ in the human body that can regenerate after being destroyed. 25% of the original liver mass can return to its full size after being destroyed.

73.      Human hair grows about 6 inches per year and the human scalp has about 100,000 hairs.

74.      A person eats about 35 tons of food in his lifetime.

75.      A human eye can distinguish between about 10 million different colors.

76.      The small intestine of an adult human is about 18 to 23 feet long, which is about four times the length of an adult person.


77.      An adult human lung weighs only 2.5 pounds (11.1 kg).


78.      The blood in the arteries of the human body is bright red in color, and the blood in the veins is dark red.


79.     Our skull is made up of 29 different bones.


80.      The human embryo receives fingerprints within three months of conception.


81.      A person has about 5 million sweat glands in their feet.

82.      99% of the calcium present in the human body is only in the teeth.

83.      There are 100,000 chemical reactions in the human brain every second.

84.      People with blue eyes are more sensitive to pain than others.

85.      There are so many nerve cells in the human brain that it can take about 3,000 years to count them.

86.      An adult human body is made up of about 7 octylene atoms.

87.      The human brain contains 86 billion nerve cells that connect to 100 trillion connections, more than the number of stars in the Milky Way.

88.      The cornea of the eye is the only part of the human body where blood does not reach.

89.      99% of the human body's calcium is in the teeth.

90.      Teeth are the only part of the human body that cannot heal itself.

91.      A healthy person falls asleep in an average of seven minutes as soon as he closes his eyes.

92.      The human heart pumps 182 million liters of blood in an average lifetime.

93.      When you were reading this sentence, 50,000 cells of your body died and were replaced by new cells.

94.       Women's heart beats faster than men.

95.      Right-handed people live an average of nine years longer than left-handed people.

96.      The fastest muscles in the human body are those that blink the eyes, they can react in less than one-hundredth of a second.

97.      There are ten times more bacterial cells in your body than human cells.

98.      A person breathes about 23,040 times a day, or about 672,768,000 times in a lifetime.

99.       A person suffering from anosmia is unable to detect foul smells.

100.  Nerve impulses sent from the brain are 274 km/h. Let's go at a speed of 100 km/h.

101. 90% of the dreams seen by humans in sleep are forgotten by humans when their eyes open.

102. The total length of all blood vessels in the human body is about 100,000 km.

103. A person's respiratory rate is one-third higher in spring than in autumn.

104. More than 5% water loss in the human body can cause fainting, and more than 10% reduction can lead to dehydration to death.

105. At least 700 enzymes are active in the human body at all times

106.  Only 1% of bacteria can make the human body sick.

107. Right-handed people chew most of their food on the right side of the mouth while eating, while left-handed people do so on the left side.

108. The total weight of bacteria in the human body is 2 kg.

109. Human lips are hundreds of times more sensitive than the tips of a person's fingers.

110. The total strength of the muscles on one side of our jaw is equal to 195 kg.

111. The blood of an adult human travels about 19,000 km a day. It's like crossing the widest part of the Pacific Ocean.

112. The small intestine of an adult human being is about 18 to 23 feet long, about four times the length of an adult.

113. Human skin is completely changed about 1,000 times in a person's lifetime.

114. A human's little finger contributes more than 50% of hand strength.

115. There are 8600 million nerve cells in the brain that connect to about 100 trillion (10 lakh crore) connections.

116. For an adult human, taking just one step uses up to 200 muscles.

117. The size of the human heart is approximately equal to the size of a person's fist weighing 220-260 grams in an adult.

118. At birth, the baby's body is made up of about 300 bones. But when adults, their number increases to 206.

119. The total strength of the chewing muscles on one side of the human jaw is equal to 195 kg.

120. The surface area of a human lung is approximately equal to the area of a tennis court.

121. The human eye can distinguish between 10 million different colors.

122. Each of us has about 2,000 taste buds.

123. The lining (a type of layer) in a person's stomach changes every 4 to 5 days to prevent it from digesting itself.

124. Men's semen typically contains 140-300 million sperm per millimeter.

125. By the time a person reads a sentence of about 25 words, The average person has about 250 hairs per eyebrow. The lifespan of the hair of the eyebrows is about 4 months.


So these are the Mind Blowing Amazing Facts About Human Body, hope these will help you in your competitive exams.


           Frequently Asked Questions

1.       1. Why human body is so amazing?

         Ans.- The human body is the most amazing creation in nature because it adapts to every environmental condition and sharp brain over all other creatures.

         2. Is skin an organ?

         Ans. Yes, the skin is the largest organ, its main function is to protect other internal organs.


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1. What are some mind-blowing amazing facts about the human body?
Ans.- The human nose can distinguish among a trillion smells. The human eye can distinguish about ten million different colours. The acid found in the stomach is so strong that it can dissolve ZINC.

2. How many times do our hearts beat up daily?
Ans.- Our heart can beat up to 100,000 times daily. 

3. What muscles never get tired in our life?
Ans.- Muscles of heart (cardiac muscles) never get tired.

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