8 MYSTERIOUS HUMAN BEHAVIORS THAT EVEN SCIENCE CAN’T UNDERSTAND!

November 12, 2016/0 Comments

Each day of the life you spent encompass by secrets that include what seem by all accounts to somewhat conventional human practices. What makes you cheerful? Why do you experience difficulty controlling certain practices? Why do you carry on another way as a grown-up than you did as an immature?

8 MYSTERIOUS HUMAN BEHAVIORS THAT EVEN SCIENCE CAN’T UNDERSTAND!

Scientists have been keen in finding the reason behind certain behaviors of individuals. They are doing researches to solve the mystery of why some people act in a particular way and what factors affect their behavior.

  1. Superstition

Having faith in paranormal causality is the offensive behavior shown by superstitious people. Superstition is a derogatory term that one occasion prompts to the reason for another with no physical procedure connecting the two occasions. For example, crystal, gazing, signs, witchcraft that repudiates characteristic science.

The awkward behavior of superstitious people makes no evolutionary sense. In Turkey, you cannot chew gum around evening as some superstitious people think that it will decay their dead tissues.

  1. Shyness-Introvert Behavior

Shyness is the feeling of the anxiety, absence of solace, or clumsiness experienced.  Shy people hesitate to meet new people, make new friends, visit their neighbor and get close to someone.

Timidity may originate from hereditary characteristics, the place where a person is born or some bitter experience.

  1. Self-Sacrifice

It is human nature to help others. Especially helping others without hoping for return help is something unusual these days. Such people sacrifice for the sake of others while from a logical perspective helping people is pointless if return help is not guaranteed.

Self-sacrifice is the concerned with the well-being of others. It is religious customs of some areas that follow traditional cultures.

  1. Picking A Nose

The unappealing propensity for ingesting ‘nasal waste’s offers no nutritious advantage, so why do a fourth of young people do it, all things considered, four times each day? Some think it supports the invulnerable framework.

  1. Shaking A Leg

Some people have a habit of shaking a leg even in formal occasions. It looks odd. People unconsciously do that. Science is unable to understand the logic behind shaking a leg.

  1. Adolescence

Everyone experience the eccentric high school years. Our thinking habits and other perspectives totally change from the period of adolescence to legitimate adulthood.

This is the temporary phase in which our mental and physical health grows. We tend to adopt new behaviors, our eating, reading and other habits totally change and sometimes we behave awkwardly.

  1. Laughing & Blushing

Charles Darwin attempted to clarify why advancement made us turn red when we lie, which cautions others. Be that as it may, some think it might diffuse showdown or cultivate closeness by uncovering shortcoming.

Blushing is the extraordinary human characteristic. Becoming flushed the automatic blushing of a one’s face because of shame or enthusiastic stretch. It is because of love-struck, or from some sort of sentimental incitement. The reddening is the aftereffects of an overactive thoughtful sensory system.

  1. Dreaming

Dreams help us prepare and combine feelings without the surge of stretch hormones that would go with the genuine experience. They likewise help with memory and critical thinking. I think what we assume, think, watch and in short the situation which we are going through come in our dreams.

Why human behave weird? Scientists are trying hard to get a logical answer to this question. But they fail to get the logical consideration behind these weird human traits. I think for sure there are some factors that directly influence these weird behaviors.

Author Bio

Lorraine Neil is a Psychology Teacher by profession. She has keen interest in reading and writing. Her passion for blogging allows her to shares thoughts on  psychology topics at writemyessaynow.co.uk.


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