The bodys balance system works through a constant process of position detection, feedback and adjustment using communication between the inner ear, eyes, muscles, joints and the brain. Deep inside the ear, positioned just under the brain, is the inner ear.
What do humans use to balance?
The ear is a sensory organ that picks up sound waves, allowing us to hear. It is also essential to our sense of balance: the organ of balance (the vestibular system) is found inside the inner ear. It is made up of three semicircular canals and two otolith organs, known as the utricle and the saccule.
What animals have bad balance?
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How important is balance?
Balance is a key component of fitness, along with strength, endurance, and flexibility. Improving your balance can also help with performing your daily activities like standing on tiptoes to reach something on the top shelf, walking up and down the stairs, or walking on an uneven sidewalk without falling.
Why do I have poor balance?
Most balance problems occur because of brain or inner ear problems, or physical issues, such as broken bones or muscle injuries. Balance problems can make it difficult to walk or move. They may make a person feel like the room is spinning.
What animals have the best balance?
Tails are the reason why arboreal animals, like squirrels and monkeys, can maintain perfect balance while moving at high speeds through treetops. Since tails are a “free” limb, they can be used to maintain weight distribution and balance.