#7.Crying in sadness:
Crying is not just for sadness. It is to cleanse our eyes will the harmful chemicals.
#8.The response of sweating:
Sweating works as a thermoregulatory response by lowering the temperature of the body by secreting excessive water through the pores on the skin.
Hiccups happen when the food we eat get into the wrong canals of the body and hiccups are the way to fix it.
#10.Sudden, myoclonic jerks:
When you sleep, the body lowers the breathing mechanism of the body and the brain misunderstands that as if the human is dying, so sudden jerks or jolts are a way to keep the human awake or alive.
#11.Floaters in eyes:
The virtuous fluid in our eyes are large enough to be seen, which is why, we often see them when we rub our eyes too hard.
#12.Wincing in pain and surprise:
Wincing is an involuntary action which happens due to pain which our body reacts to it.
#13.Turning of hair into gray:
The melanocytes in our hair turn weaker with the growing age, and due to that, the keratin in our hair receives less pigments which causes us to have gray hair in old age.