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Miracle of breast

Breasts: The baby is breathing, the father cheers up.

Including our close relatives, every animal species, is contended with nipples to breast feed the new generation. Then why human babies are presented with two soft cushions for sucking?

Answer:

Psychiatry professor Manfred Spitzer of Ulm draws attention to the fact that a human baby suffers from breathing problems with a flat chest, which is not arched. The bigger the scull the flatter the face. In humanbeings – compared to primates – mouth and nose are on the same level. As opposed to protruding mouth enables our animal relatives to bring their lips forward and to position them for sucking – nostrils in a nose, which is a bit back, are open. "In humanbeings a woman’s breasts – this first of all is the unnecessary formation of the fat tissue under the skin; when looked at from energy point of view they are expensive, restricting when running, and functionally they are apparently insignificant." Explains Spitzer. However, when women are equipped with breasts many adventages apparently outweigh.


Miracle of breast:

Breasts: The baby is breathing, the father cheers up.

Although indirectly, another association is being drawn between the brain and breasts: A woman’s prolificacy depends on how large her pelvic bone is. Eventually, a large head has to go through this technical needle eye, labour. That is why men, when considered from the evolution biology point of view, are after large pelvic bones and round backsides. However, a man evaluates his partner from the front and generally mates in this position. Here large breasts are seen as a stickyard for hips. Two thick protrusions and a slit between them – is nothing but a signal for prolificacy. Is it really true? There is no "Right" or "wrong" in this field, we could say "reasonable" or "less reasonable". says professor Spitzer.

 
 




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