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Tickled Pink | Vidya Sury, Collecting Smiles
I know. Strange. But I’ve been thinking about this quite a lot lately – AND been reading about it – and decided to bring together and share some facts about tickling. Image credited For some people, tickling is a positive experience while others cringe. Really. Me, I am immune to tickling. I mean, I just sit there wondering what is going on. And no – I am NOT telling you the parts that DO get tickled. Did you know about the world’s first tickle spa – CosquilleArte in Madrid. You can go there to have therapists work on you with their fingertips or feathers to relax you. Who knew? So – whatever your reaction – here are some facts about tickling: What happens when you are tickled? When someone tickles us, the nerve endings in the skin tell that part of your brain which initiates movement. The unexpected touch results in a tickling sensation. Tickling is great for bonding When you’re tickled you laugh. Depending on who is doing it, it can also be a great way to build relationships, according to Charles Darwin. So, now you know what is happening when you see a Mom tickling her baby and …