Yawning: Why It’s So Fascinating

Hey all!

I love asking myself questions about really random things. My mom has always told me that “No matter what, even when you’re not in school, never stop learning. ”

I’ve stuck with that, ever since she first told me.

Anyways, let us delve into this topic which I am sure you are just thrilled to read about. 😉

So, yawning mostly has to do with the temperature of your brain.

You know that you yawn a lot when you are tired? That’s because your brain is slowing down, and the temperature is dropping lower. When the temperature of your brain is lower, you are more prone to yawn.

I don’t usually yawn when I’m bored, but I know that some people do. The reason for that, is your brain doesn’t feel stimulated. The temperature in your brain then gets lower, thus making you yawn.

Okay!! This is the really cool part, that I found absolutely SO fascinating.

I’m sure you have heard that yawns are contagious. Perhaps you’ve even been a part of that; I know I have.

The reason for this, is that, when you see someone else yawn and then you yawn, it shows that you are more empathic. Why? Because you are bonding and empathizing with the one who is yawning. Isn’t that just SO awesome??

I think that we serve a pretty amazing God!! I know that I never could have come up with any of that. I’m awed, just thinking of it. It totally and absolutely fascinates and intrigues me.

That’s all I’ve got for you today, y’all! Thanks for reading, make sure to hit the FOLLOW button if you haven’t already, and please comment below and let me know what y’all thought!!


– Keziah ❤

17 thoughts on “Yawning: Why It’s So Fascinating”

  1. “This is the really cool part…”
    You had to go there? I mean, it’s not the worst pun I’ve heard, but…
    Interesting topic, though. I didn’t know it had anything to do with temperature.

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