The human body is made up of a large number of complex mechanisms that enable it to perform countless actions. One of the mechanisms that has received the most attention is hearing. Today we will explain how the human sense of hearing works.
The sense of hearing is made up of a series of bones and muscles that allow sound waves to be transformed into neural stimuli.. This whole process starts in the ear, which allows the sound waves to be better captured and transported to the eardrum. The eardrum is a membrane that vibrates and moves a series of small bones. These bones transmit the movement to the inner ear where a fluid moves and triggers a specific neuronal reaction.
Here we offer you a video detailing the whole process.
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