Why Are Feet So Ticklish?
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 the skin and internal organs to the brain, where they are translated into...
Other commonly ticklish areas include the feet, sides of the torso, neck, knee, ...
indeed, very ticklish people often start laughing before actually being tickled.
Nov 15, 2014 ... If you've ever had someone run a feather or fingertip across the bottom of your
foot, you know how incredibly ticklish your feet can be. But why ...
The soles of the feet and the underarms are two of the most common ticklish
places on the body. But the feet's ticklishness fits nicely with Darwin's theory,
Aug 16, 2013 ... Lightly trailing a feather or a finger over the instep of someone's foot usually
causes several predictable reactions: The person laughs, giggles ...
He had incredibly ticklish feet, not something I've ever encountered before. There
was so much going on with him, but one of the things that ...
According to scientist Christine Harris, who studies ticklish behavior and laughter,
feet are one of the most ticklish places on the body for many people because ...
So let's look at some ways that we can increase the sensation: Firstly, the key to
feet being more ticklish is to have them as soft as possible. This means having ...
Mar 2, 2013 ... Why so evolutionarily? Why so neurologically? Why not so much my hands?
My feet were ridiculously ticklish before I got to college. ... In my experience (very
ticklish from a light touch in many places) this can definitely be ...