Yawn- Brain's messenger to the body: What causes Yawning?

Answer Yawning is an involuntary action that causes us to open our mouths wide and breathe in deeply. Out of all possible factors that can stimulate yawning, two are considered by scientists as primary re... Read More »

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Yawning in a Cockatiel?

Cockatiels exhibit various behaviors that can give owners important clues about their bird's mood and health. Some behaviors, such as yawning, are ambiguous. Ambiguous behavior requires close obser... Read More »

Barometric Pressure & Yawning?

As air pressure, or barometric pressure, changes, the middle ear attempts to equalize the air pressure inside and outside the ear. Yawning causes the ears to "pop," equalizing the pressure in the e... Read More »

Why do we yawn when we see others yawning?

Yawning is an involuntary action that everyone does. We start it before we are born ! Most creatures on the planet do it - even snakes and fish. No one really knows why do we yawn, may be it has s... Read More »

Does Dopamine cause yawning?

On One Hand: Not a Specific Side EffectAccording to and, the normal side effects of the shock treatment drug Dopamine are listed as fast heartbeat, nausea, headaches, vomiting,... Read More »