Can All Parts Of The Hand Distinguish Stimulation?
I want to ask, are all the palms of our hands that can correctly recognize all the stimuli provided by other people? Why?
Hello Laurencia, thank you for asking.
All your palms are you referring to, are 'all areas' on the surface of the hand or 'both' palms? In normal skin there are various kinds of receptors that are part of nerve endings. Recognition of stimuli depends on the type of stimulation given, how strong the excitement is given. Different types of stimuli so different types of skin receptors that accept.
Whether someone can recognize the excitement depends on the condition of the nerves. Nerves that are in good condition can certainly recognize and distinguish excitatory. If there are nervous disorders, it is possible that people cannot recognize the excitatory. You should give a more detailed explanation if you want to know about your health problems, so that the explanation can be more directed. If you want to know only a theory, you can refer to scientific articles and medical textbooks. Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.