Making Inferences Why do you feel pain when you pull on your hair or nails, but not when you cut them?

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Making Inferences Why do
you feel pain when you pull on
your hair or nails, but not when
you cut them?

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Linh Đan 3 years 2021-07-26T12:21:11+00:00 2 Answers 16 views 0

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    2021-07-26T12:22:42+00:00

    Answer:

    because the pain in our body is from the skin or tissue so when you pull the hair you are actually up rooting it from its attachment with ur skin hense you feel the pain

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    2021-07-26T12:23:02+00:00

    So your hair and nails are made of Keratin and don’t have nerves In them but they do have nerves attached to them. So pulling your nail or hair triggers the nerves around them and send signals to your brain to trigger pain. This is kinda similar to a spider web. The spider isn’t connected to the fibers in her web but she does feel the vibrations around her from the web. If you damaged a part of the web she wouldn’t be injured herself but she will be disabled because she essentially is missing a part of the system which she uses to survive. ( fun fact spider vision is actually very poor so their webs act as their eyes)

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