The Ears Often Feel Blown By The Wind?
I really want to know so deeply about goosebumps that make my ears like the wind blows when reading or hear something that really amazes me? thank you
A person will experience the sensation of goosebumps when he feels cold, afraid, experiences something that makes him awe, remembers old memorable memories, and so on. When experiencing the things above, the body will produce the hormone adrenaline and the sympathetic nervous system will be activated, as part of the "fight or flight" response, which is the body's response to fight or flight to physical and psychological stress. emotions). The hormone adrenaline causes an increase in heart rate, respiration, metabolic blood pressure, and body temperature, while the sympathetic nervous system causes the small muscles under the hair follicles to contract so that the hairs on the body stand up (goosebumps). The person may also feel a wind sensation in the ears or tingling in the stomach.
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