The five senses - hearing, seeing, touching, tasting, and smelling - help you, and other living animals, navigate through daily life. They not only help you enjoy the pleasures of life but also alert you of potential dangers that you may encounter.
The Sense of Hearing
The sense of hearing is the result of a reaction to mechanical stimuli, where vibrations from sounds are translated into nerve impulses that are received by the brain.
The Sense of Sight
The human eye has the ability to see when visible light is processed by the eye and interpreted by the brain.
The sense of touch is the result of a stimulus that becomes triggered and activates the sensory neuron. This stimulus notifies the area of the brain that is responsible for the specific body part.
The Sense of Taste
A chemical reaction occurs when a substance comes into contact with taste bud receptors, creating the sensation of taste.
The Sense of Smell
The sense of smell happens after the brain receives signals that molecules in the air attach to areas of the olfactory receptors.
If you are noticing changes in your sense of hearing, please contact us at Pure Sound Hearing for a free hearing test and consultation.
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