Can a cat control your brain?

Can a cat control your brain?

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Many people around you must have seen cats raising. You will be surprised to know that your pet-loving cat can control your brain.

You are not sure, but scientists have tested its veracity.

First thing to be pet cat. Humans domesticated the cat about 12 thousand years ago. Currently, around 600 million cats are domesticated worldwide. That is, one cat is domesticated on every 12 men.

Well, after knowing these three important reasons, you will know how the cat controls our brain.

1. The cat doesn’t care for you

You may care about the cat but the cat does not care about you. According to a Tokyo University study, cats recognize your voice.

Half of the cats included in the study look back at their owner’s voice and a third of cats move their ears. It shows that he has heard your voice.

But only 10 percent of cats, after hearing your voice, either wag their tails or make a meow. Cats react through these two signals. That is, even after listening to your voice, it is not necessary that the cat will react.

We also know that when someone does not pay attention to us, we try more to grab his attention.

2. Punch on hunger pangs

The cat makes different sounds of meow in different situations.

Karen Hume, a scientist at Sussex University, woke up early in the morning with her cat’s strange voice. He started studying on his cat’s voice.

They found that the cat can make sounds in two frequencies. One voice is of slow frequency while the other voice is of high frequency. High frequency sounds can be up to 380 Hz.

This is the frequency in which a child makes a crying voice.

That is, when the cat makes a sound in high frequency, you have the feeling of crying of a child. When hungry, she can make such a sound so that you can feed her.

3. Effect of cats on behavior

According to some other scientific studies, there are many parasites inside the cat that affect our brain and behavior.

In fact, eating a rat in the stomach of a cat reaches the taxoplasmic parasite.

This parasite also comes from cats to humans. This happens in many ways, for example, from the cat’s contaminated water, its waste material, or from the cat’s bite.

What effect does this parasite have on humans? A parasitologist in the Czech Republic found in its study that its effect increases the inattentiveness of the law in men, for example, there is a 26-fold increase in an accident among drivers.

At the same time, women start behaving more affectionately.

So how many people around the world fall victim to parasitic infection due to cat. About 10 percent of people in the United States and 30 to 50 percent of people worldwide are vulnerable to such infections.