You probably thought of the functions our body has and how complicated they are. When you come to the point where uncontrolled actions like hiccups, farting and burping occur, you think that the universe is against you since these thing are made to embarrass you.
The farts are the most hilarious among all. There is no way you can control and not laugh whenever you hear or smell a fart. But, do we know any information about farting?
We never thought of it since all we do is laugh and feel embarrassed about it.
You probably do not know these facts about farting so read more and stay informed:
- Everyone knows that men are more into farting than women.
- The literal meaning of the term fart is wind from the anus, and it is firstly used in 1962.
- You are not aware, but you can fart approximately 14 times a day.
- These 14 farts a day can fill up one balloon.
- The farts are a good sign which shows that everything is all right with your digestive system, therefore, you should not be embarrassed. Consult your doctor if you notice that you are not farting.
- If you wander what the farts have in their consistency, learn that they are full with hydrogen sulfide reducing mitochondrial damage. A recent discovery says that smelling farts can be of great benefit for your health, that is why when you hear someone fart do not clog the nose ut rather take a breath.
- The fart of a woman is smellier than the one of the man because it has more hydrogen sulfide in the system. Although the far of a women is rarer than the men, it is more healthy to smell.
- 10ft/sec is the normal speed of a fart.
- A louder fart is produced when a person has very tight sphincter because there a smaller area to squeeze out from.
- If you chew gums and drink soda then you are more likely to fart excessively and if this bothers you avoid their consummation.
- The great amount of farts are produced while we are asleep during the night.
- The only animal which fart the most are the termites. After them, the list goes on with camels, elephants, zebras, cows, sheep, dogs especially labs and retrievers.