A.Sleep is vital for giving your body rest and preparing for the next day. Itâ€™s a mini-vacation for your body. Sleep is as important as breathing or eating. In fact, people can survive longer without food than they can without sleep. Sleep also gives your brain a chance to sort things out. Scientists think that sleep may be the time when the brain sorts and stores information, replaces chemicals, and solves problems.
Q.Why does food especially something that’s sweet taste yucky when you eat it right after brushing your teeth?
A.Thats because one of the ingredients of toothpaste keeps your taste buds from sensing any sweetness for a while. So, your taste buds sense all food minus their sweetness. The good news: it doesn’t take long for the chemical’s effect to disappear, and then your favorite food goes back to its usual taste.
A. Blushing is a nervous reaction that triggers tiny blood vessels in the skin to widen. This allows more blood to flow to the skin and creates the reddening. Blushing happens to be the body’s way of reacting to a particular situation. Sometimes people may not blush visibly, but they may react differently like noisily tapping their fingers or clearing their throat.
A. It has to do with a very important ingredient of our body ” water. In fact, our body is two-thirds water. We become thirsty when some of that water leaves our body through our breath, perspiration and urine. Thirst is a signal that we need to replace all this fluid. Our body would have a hard time functioning if we didn’t take in lots of water every day. It would probably shrivel up.
Q.Have you ever wondered why we like music?
A.What is it in music that has such a powerful emotional and physical effect? Unfortunately, no one really knows why we like music, nor is there a formula for universally like able music. But researchers think that our love for music has something to do with the fact that we are all born with a sense of rhythm from listening to our mother’s heartbeats while we were in her womb.
A.It was made for the Universal Exposition of 1889, which was a huge international fair intended to show off France’s achievements to the world. There were dozens of other sculptures and buildings created, but the Eiffel Tower designed by Gustave Eiffel was the only one to remain. The tower is over 100 storeys tall. It took over 7,000 tonnes of steel to build and cost over a million dollars, an astronomical sum back then. It is a tourist attraction, but it is also used to broadcast television programmes.
Source: The Telegraph (Kolkata,India)