Information and human facts :

Sleep and dreams :

Human sleep is divided into several cycles during the night;

each cycle consists of five stages, while the first four stages of sleep are characterized by varying depth ranging from light sleep to deep sleep,

and in the fifth and final stage of sleep, increased activity in the brain occurs, almost more close to waking state,

in addition to rapid eye movement (REM), so that dreams usually occur at this stage,

and it should be noted that 90% of people forget their dreams.

Digital print :


A University of California study indicates that children have fingerprints when they are six months old in the mother’s womb.

Breathing rate :

Babies have fast breathing rates of 30 to 60 times per minute,

As for the child from one to three years old, he breathes 20 to 30 times a minute.

Older children and adults breathe about 12-20 times a minute throughout the day,

This means that they breathe about 17,000 to 30,000 breaths a day or more, and average breathing rates can be 50,000 times or more a day if someone is active.

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Hair follicles :

Hair color helps determine the intensity of the hair on the head, so the average number of human hair is around 100,000 follicles,

Each bulb is capable of producing 20 hairs, and it is indicated that those with blond hair rank first in density with an average of 146,000 bulbs.

As for people with black hair, they have 110,000 bulbs, while people with brown hair have about 100,000,

People with red hair have about 86,000 bulbs.

Other information about the human body :

There is a lot of surprising information and facts about a person and their body, including:

  • The brain is sometimes more active when the person is asleep.
  • A person loses approximately 4 kg of skin cells each year.
  • Children only cry when they are at least one month old.
  • The left lung is smaller than the right lung ( about 10 % )
  • Human teeth are as strong as shark teeth.

Information and human facts :

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