Many things get happened in our day to day life that are so annoying, and we can explain them scientifically. Some of the examples of such activities or things are like someone is chewing so loudly sitting next to you, and you are late for your work, and you are unable to find your keys. If we get to know the reason behind these things that happen to us, then we can avoid them to occur in the future.
Through the article, we will get to know the reason behind happening these things, and you will find ways to protect yourself from them and to avoid them.
When you are stressed, why does your Sweat smell so bad?
Our apocrine glands start working very fast and these glands release sweat when we are stressed. This released sweat contains more nutrients, lipids, and protein than the sweat released by eccrine glands. This sweat contains salt and water.
The nutrients present in our sweat are a delicious meal for the bacteria that live in our pores. When the bacteria break down these chemicals, then they release the putrid odor. According to this, we smell worse when we are nervous because this sweat is delicious for the bacteria around our skin pores.
If you will snooze your alarm for 5 minutes more, why is it more difficult to wake up?
A new sleep cycle begins when we fall asleep again. One sleep cycle takes around 100 minutes. And if one period lasts for less than 100 minutes, then this cycle will not complete. So you need to wake up at your first alarm to start your day as best day.
Why do people drive us loudly, who chew loudly?
Misophonia is a scientific term to this syndrome. This term is related to an aggressive reaction to some noises like chewing, whistling, when speaking, a slight pop of your lips, and so on. Around 20% of people in the world suffer from this syndrome. Several parts of our brain react this way when it receives triggering signals.
When our voice gets recorded, why does it sound so different and strange?
While speaking when we hear our voice, it mixes with the surrounding environment through the external auditory eardrum, canal, and middle ear to the cochlea. And when we hear our recorded voice, we hear only those sounds that are transmitted by the air. The surrounding environment sounds disappear. So our voice sounds weird and strange to us.
In photos, why do we have red eyes?
When someone is taking our picture, our pupil fails to constrict sometimes. Our eyes look red because one essentially light reflecting off the blood vessels in our retina.
In the same way, animal eyes can be red, grey, green, and so on. The animals’ eyes have a reflecting layer that improves their night vision. So the color of their eyes looks different.
If you want to avoid your red eyes in the photos, take photos when there is very much light.
When you crack an egg, why do pieces of eggshell always fall in the bowl?
If you do not crack the eggs correctly, the shells of eggs will always get stuck in the egg whites, and they fall in the bowl. If you want to avoid this, hold the egg in the middle and firmly grasp the egg.
Press the egg inward with your thumbs against the countertop. Separate the shell from the egg and get the yolk and white into a bowl.
There is a specific reason that why you can’t find your keys?
The reason for not getting your keys means you do not involve your working memories when you come back to your home and throw your keys somewhere in the house. And you do not get the keys when you need them and make your home mess when you try to find your keys.
You should organize a place for these keys so that you will find your keys quickly.
Why do the shoelaces untie themselves?
When our foot hits with the ground, the heel goes up and unties the knot of the shoes. Children’s shoelaces untie faster because their gait differs from the pace of adults. Children always keep stomping with their feet.