Why do you get goose bumps?

In the cold, or fear, or a special joy, the hair muscles contract under the skin. The accompanying sebum, compressed glands, and a small swelling is formed. So

Why do you get goose bumps?

In the cold, or fear, or a special joy, the hair muscles contract under the skin. The accompanying sebum, compressed glands, and a small swelling is formed. So the small hill, the ensure that our skin looks like that of a goose caused.

The shudder is a Remnant of our hairy ancestors. In them they served for protection against the Cold. By the put up fur insulation was air cushion, which saved the body from the cold. The same phenomenon can be seen today in animals to observe.

In the course of human development, our ancestors invented a better protection against the weather. The man lost his dense body hair, since warm fire and clothing made them useless. Nowadays, not much of the fur left over, but the Reflex is still with us, still.

To deter enemies

In fear of situations, our hair also. Scientists assume that this reaction with men on. An enemy facing you, had you by the protruding fur stronger and more threatening.

the long-awaited reconciliation in a movie, or a particularly soulful song goose bumps can cause the body. This is due to the fact that the situations evoked such strong emotions that our body responds to it, and the heat-regulating sets at the end of function.

This article was written by Holly Hey,

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Updated Date: 04 July 2020, 04:27

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