11 Amazing Facts About The Human Body You May Not Know

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People hang out with their own bodies all the time, so they tend to take them for granted. However, if you stop and think about everything your body does, you just may consider how amazing it is. All the time your body is doing thousands of things that you are not even aware of, such as digesting breakfast, growing new skin and carrying nutrients and oxygen to each cell from head to toe. Here are 11 amazing facts about the human body you may not know.

Female Egg

The biggest cell in the human body is the female egg and the smallest cell is the sperm cell. The egg is in fact the only cell in the body that is visible to the naked eye.


According to a study, body position can affect memory. Apparently, where we are and how we are positioned in our environment can substantially trigger memory.


Teeth are the only part of our body that cannot repair themselves.

Human Strength

Adrenaline gives people super human strength and that is why, in particular situations, some individuals can raise heavy objects that under normal conditions they wouldn’t be able to.


The neurons in your brain are constructed differently from one another, and information passes along them at different speeds. That is why people can recall particular information immediately, whereas other information takes a little longer to retrieve.


Our eyes stay the same size from birth; however, our ears and nose never cease growing.


If you spread your brain out, it would be about the same size as a pillowcase. The brain grows to about 80% of adult size by age three and 90% by age five.


Your liver has a remarkable ability to grow back if part of it is removed due to surgery, disease or injury. It will even grow to be just the correct size for the body it’s in.


People are extremely visual; 90 percent of the information they collect from their surroundings is from their eyesight.

Baby Foreskin

Baby’s foreskin is frequently used as a skin graft for burn patients.


People get a new stomach lining every three or four days. If they didn’t, the strong acids their stomach utilizes to digest food would also digest their stomach.