Rabindra Dhungel, 9 october 2020. Tickling makes some people laugh. They start laughing even when they show hand gestures. Some people like it, some people don’t like it. Or both. Tickling is a unique behavior. Caucasus is often used to make children laugh. And they laugh out loud. Not only children but also adults can laugh when they are bitten on certain parts of the body.
According to Sukhi Shergill, a professor at Psychiatry and Systems Neuroscience, King’s College London, there are two types of caucuses: chrysanthemums, mild jerking sensations, and other gargles, which are caused by touching the skin with some intense pressure. In Gargalisis, when you touch your stomach, thighs and throat with your fingers, you get a laugh.
Coughing is mainly due to certain hormones and sensitivities in our body. The outermost layer of our skin is called the epidermis and is connected to many nerves. And when someone touches our skin, its message reaches our brain and it analyzes that touch. When the skin is touched, the nerve endings below it send electrical signals to the brain.
Do we laugh ?
Because its wave reaches two parts of the brain at once. On the part of analyzing touch and on the part of communicating happiness. According to scientists, wearing tickling shrinks the body. And there are more tingling sensations in the lower extremities, such as the abdomen and legs.
But of course, wearing a caucus is not always fun. In fact, it can even affect the part of the brain that causes a person to suffer. So while Sanda may seem strange, laughing out loud may be a response to the primitive human immune system, which may indicate that we have succumbed to the invaders.
So why can’t you caress yourself because it’s because of the part of the brain called the cerebellum, which pays attention to activity. That part can tell the difference between the expected and unexpected color experiences in the body. In other words, it already knows what you are doing and does not react.
But some people with schizophrenia may find themselves in a coma because their brains are unable to distinguish between what is being done to them. Some animals also tend to coo.
Sharks sniff when they sniff just below their beaks. But gargles are only found in chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans. It can also be a way to teach children to be socially united, that is, to teach them where their most sensitive organs are.
According to scientists, cocaine activates the part of the human brain that informs a person of pain. Therefore, the brain warns the body in advance while wearing tickling . When a person is very angry, he feels less timid and does not laugh.
Conversely, when we caress another person, we have no fear and the sensory signals received from other parts of our brain are under control. That’s why we don’t laugh when we caress ourselves. But it also depends on the state of mind whether laughter arises or not.