Why do I have extremely ticklish feet?

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Many people have extremely ticklish feet. Scientists believe that some people are ticklish due to a trait developed over the evolution of the human being. They believe that it occurs as a way of noticing when something is crawling on the body so as to allow the individual to react and remove it. Additionally, there is the belief that those who are ticklish are actually experiencing a psychological response. In other cases, it may be sensitivity to the nerve endings located in the feet.
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Yeah im the same way actually im ticklish on every part of my body i know "freak show right" I do think it might be psychological just like pain. I think you see someone
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Tickling, the act of lightly touching someone else's skin to make them laugh or squirm, is caused by stimulating nerve endings. Nerves run throughout the body, sending signals from
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Feet are ticklish because they house the nerve endings of your entire lower half, so there is a high concentration of receptors there. The hands and feet are similar in this way,
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Tickling involves signals from nerves associated with both pain and touch. Endorphine released
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