It is a physiological capacity that provides data for perception. A human body has multiple senses like hearing, touch, smell, taste, and vision. There are still some questions which are not definite that why this sense works in that direction and what additional functioning they include excluding what they are meant to do.
It is a system that consists of a group of sensory cells type that reacts to a physical phenomenon, and at the particular level of the brain where the signals are received and interpreted. Senses are divided into two categories of exteroceptiveand interoceptive. Exteroceptive are those senses which perceived body’s own position, motion, and state which are known a proprioceptive it includes the external senses like taste, vision, hearing, touch, and smell whereas proprioceptive senses include the inner sense of pain, balance and a sense of the positions and movement of own body parts.
Balance and acceleration
Balance is clear by its name that it helps a body to be balanced in the form of direction, position, and acceleration. This organ scientifically called equilibrioception which can be easily found in the ear. Another is temperature and scientifically called thermoception and it is the sensor of heat and no heat that means cold they are specialized receptors of both hot and cold things. Proprioception is the kinesthetic sense of the brain with the information of the moment of body parts and it’s relative position. Proprioception and touch are related in a very subtle way.
Pain is known as nociception scientifically and it signals nerve damage or damage to tissues.Their pain receptors are skin, body organ and joints or bones their main function is sense or attract one’s attention to danger and motivate them to avoid that attraction. This sense is so much important that without this sense people will do a lot of things which they wouldn’t even considerthe danger.
What are the other internal senses?
The internal sense are those senses which are normally stimulated from inside the body and they include numerous sense receptors in the internal organ and some of the examples of other receptors are hunger, that sensationthat is governed by brain structures and which are responsible for energy homeostasis. Sensors in urinary bladder and rectum results in the sensation of fullness, Sensors like baroreceptors which relay blood pressure information to the brains and maintain proper blood pressure. These all senses work together as a team and make human life easy and smooth.