The Human Brain

By: Michelle Chotowetz Farkas - Health and Wellness Coach Posted On Sep 20, 2021
Ten interesting facts about the human brain - post is from SCIENCE FIRST

The human brain is one of the most important organs in a human body. It helps us think, reason, remember, and learn new things. In fact, our brain and its superior functioning differentiate from animals and other creations of the Almighty.

Here are 10 interesting facts about the Human brain:

  1. The human brain weighs 3 pounds
  2. It comprises 60% of fat and is one of the fattest organs in the human body
  3. Human brain has the capacity to generate approximately 23 watts of power when awake.
  4. Of the total blood and oxygen that is produced in our body, the brain gets 20% of it.
  5. When the blood supply to the brain stops, it is almost after 8-10 seconds that the brain starts losing the consciousness.
  6. The brain is capable of surviving for 5 to 6 minutes only if it doesn’t get oxygen after which it dies.
  7. The blood vessels that are present in the brain are almost 100,000 miles in length.
  8. There are 100 billion neurons present in the brain.
  9. In early pregnancy, the neurons develop at an alarming rate of 250,000 per minute.
  10.  As we grow older, we are unable to remember new things. According to the researchers in the US it is because the brain is unable to filter and remove old memories which prevent it from absorbing new ideas.


About the Author
~ In 2020 certified as a Health and Wellness coach. I am officially certified with the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaches. ~Specialize in embodied stress reduction, attention, meditation, emotion regulation, caregiving, and embodied mindfulness training ~ Mom to three; two teen daughters and one young adult son with Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome. ~ I have the skills and passion to coach, educate, and work with all adults and adolescents. ~I have personal and professional experience with special needs and caregiving as part of daily life. ~ I am keenly interested in and skilled to work with adolescents and adults to coach to arrive at and meet goals in all areas of their life. ~ In 1994 Educational Psychologist in Alberta and Saskatchewan for the next 26 years. I worked in rural school divisions, as well as private work with the Heartland Health District with individuals with autism. ~Special Education teacher in early 90's. I was fortunate to work with children, adolescents, and their families with challenges including neurodevelopmental difficulties, genetic differences, and many other special differences.

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