Why We Touch Things SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : You probably think you make decisions based on your free will. Well, think again! The way a person thinks and makes decisions can be influenced by touching light or heavy objects. This is what scientists discovered. What’s more, your behavior can be influenced by the surface you’re sitting on. Isn’t it weird? Let’s find out what this is all about!
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– Your sense of touch is the first sense that develops — before you’re even born.
– Physical touch has a great impact on our abstract thinking. Different textures evoke feelings that make us act and perceive the people around us in a particular way.
– But our sense of touch not only helps us come to conclusions about our surroundings! It also protects us from danger by letting us feel pain.
– If you’re engaged in an activity that demands intense concentration, it can diminish or even eliminate the perception of pain for the duration of the activity.
– Some people experience a condition called pain asymbolia. They are still aware of pain, and they know where it comes from and what part of their body is affected by it. But they just…don’t really care.
– At age 16 to 18, our touch receptors transmit information to our brain over a short period of time. After that, the process becomes slower and slower.
– Babies who were deprived of this because of adverse circumstances had weakened immune systems and cognitive problems while developing.
– Even when you grow up, it’s still important to have interaction with others through physical sensation. This can even have a healing effect.
– The more tactile sensations we receive from others, the more successful we are.
– Deprivation of human touch can lead to many problems, including depression and anxiety. Well, if you feel way too lonely and in need of a hug, you can always turn to a professional cuddler! 😊
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