Isolation can be a good time for reflection, take a look at these astounding facts...


There is more bacteria on the surface of your tongue than there are humans on Earth


One drop of blood contains about 10,000 while blood cells and 250,000 platelets


If you spread your brain out it would spread to a size of a pillowcase


About 10,000 human cells can fit on the head of a pin


Your salivary glands produce two to six cups of saliva a day. That would equate to almost filling up a 2 little bottle of water


Every 3-4 seconds, around 50,000 cells in your body die and are replaced by new ones


During the average lifetime, your heart will pump a grand total of 182 million liters of blood around the body


It's much easier to be happy, you use 17 muscles to smile whereas you us 43 to frown


Your ears and nose never stop growing!


It’s impossible to sneeze and keep your eyes open at the same time.


The strongest muscle in your body is the masseter, your jaw


A human brain uses as much energy as a 10-watt light bulb.


Walking uses a total of 200 muscles with every step you take.


Our little finger is responsible for 50% of your hand strength.


Your big toe bears around 40% of your overall body weight.


The human heart beats around 100,000 times every single day.


The largest bone in the human body is the femur. It can support 30 times the weight of a person's body.


In an adult human, 25% of their bones are in the feet


The body can detect taste in .0015 seconds, which is faster than the blink of an eye


The brain contains 86 billion nerve cells joined by 100 trillion connections. This is more than the number of stars in the milky way...


If you’re curious to discover more about your own body consider checking out some of Falcon Chiropractic’s blogs.


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