People vary in how sensitive they are to tickling. Some people are only ticklish sometimes, while others are not ticklish at all. Scientists have discussed the tickle response for hundreds of years, yet researchers are only just beginning to understand why some people are ticklish, and what purpose this strange response might serve. Researchers do not fully understand why people are ticklish and what evolutionary benefit tickling might offer, although there are several possible explanations. Some people believe that the tickle response might be protective. The most ticklish bpdy parts are also the most vulnerable, such as the abdomen and throat. An automatic reflex-like response to push away the cause of the tickle could help protect these sensitive areas. Tickling may be a reflexive response. Some people do not enjoy being tickled, but it can still cause a laughter reflex. However, in the same way that a person may cry when cutting onions without necessarily feeling sad, laughter does not always indicate enjoyment.
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Along with your underarms, your feet are two of the most ticklish spots on your body. Scientists who have had the opportunity to study tickling will tell you that the areas of your body that are most ticklish are typically the most sensitive. These sensitive areas of your body act as a defence mechanism to help protect you from injury. For example, your feet are very sensitive. This is because there are many nerves in your feet. But just how many nerves are there? The nerves of your feet also contain pain receptors in addition to touch receptors, both of which can be stimulated with tickling. Your feet play a leading role in absorbing the various shocks or pressures caused by our day to day activities. There are multiple medical conditions which can ultimately result in this damage including diabetes , circulation issues, arthritis, vitamin deficiencies or thyroid conditions. Some medications can even result in a change in your nerve receptors!