Don't let the headline strike you as playful: we have collected extremely decent and obscenely curious facts about the female body.
A woman's heart beats faster than a man's.
Women blink twice as often as men.
Women burn fat more slowly than men - about 50 kcal per day.
Women have stronger immunity.
The diameter of a woman's hair is half that of a man's.
The corpus callosum in a woman's brain is thicker than that of men and has 30% more connections. This is why women are better at multitasking.
There are more taste buds on a woman's tongue.
Women have more pain receptors, but because of the inflammation-blocking estrogen, women generally tolerate pain better.
Women are better at distinguishing colors than men, since color discrimination is directly related to the X chromosome.
Women's skin is 10 times more sensitive than men's.
Women have more elastin than collagen in their muscles and ligaments, so women are more flexible.
Women are much better at distinguishing high-frequency sounds than men.
The electrical activity of the female brain during sleep is reduced by only 10%, so the female sleep is more sensitive.
Women are better at distinguishing shades of sweet taste than men.
Women are less oriented in space than men. Parallel parking is successful in 82% of men, 71% - on the first try. In women, the result is deplorable. Only 22% can do it, 2/3 of them will not do it on the first try.
Two brain centers are responsible for speech in women, so a woman can easily pronounce up to 8, 000 words a day, use up to 3, 000 sounds and up to 10, 000 non-verbal signals. The same indicators for men are two times lower.
From birth, women have a better sense of smell than men.
Peripheral vision is well developed in women. For men - tunnel.
The woman's neck is more mobile, so when she is called, the woman usually turns her head. The man turns his whole body.
Baldness is an X-linked recessive trait that a man inherits from his mother.
Due to the presence of two X chromosomes, women are less likely to experience complications and chronic diseases.
Women cry on average 30 to 64 times a year, men only 6-17 times.
30% of women have a passion for inedible things during pregnancy.
Elevated levels of the hormones progesterone, cortisol and estradiol increase anxiety and danger in women. Therefore, a woman intuitively feels threatened better than a man.