Why do you pee if you put your hand in warm water?
When you are exposed to warm water, it relaxes your muscles. kind of like having the urge to pee when your in the shower or taking a hot bath.
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due to presence of electricity. more precisely stray voltage from a nearby source could be the light. stop putting your hand in the pool and call an electrician new: I might add, a qualified swimming pool electrician or a pool tech. PLEASE, RIGHT NOW , TURN OFF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER TO THE LIGH…T !!!! K (MORE)
yes it will, it may not if you just went to the bathroom or yourjust going to sleep.this is false science proves it ive tested iton several people.
Well, it depends on how much liquid is in your body to begin with. If there's not a sufficient amount, you won't pee no matter how long you sit in warm water. There's no direct correlation between peeing and warm water, however warm water is more relaxing than cold and this can make it appear that t…he urge to pee is stronger. (MORE)
If it is a sudden temperature change, yes. Maybe not if you give them a really long time to really slowly change the temperature... not recommended, though.
Yeah, most people will get the urge to go. This is a good tool to use when potty training a toddler. yeah right it may work but not when your up iv done it
Yes. only if you are asleep and the water is warm. the warm water relaxes the persons muscles and they pee.
Because your hand replaces the column of air which was 'pressing' on the content of the bottle. Your hand exerts more pressure than the air. (: :) :p P:
No, and the test will show show that water was added due to temperature change.
That depends. Water boils at 100 degrees, which could easily burn you, but I would say the hottest water you can put your hand into would have to definitely be over 100 degrees.
Because there pee is warm and so is the water. this causes a bladder reaction which results with urine. contributed gasses may be included. result will vary depending on the bladder size. my brothers bladder is huge therefor when this experiment was constructed he wet his bad immensity Thank… you for your time. (MORE)
It should be instant, and they have to be asleep. But at the max, roughly 2 minutes or so.
If there is any change in f . acial expression you'll know when to stop
Who sings this and what is the name of the song put your hand in the hand of the man that stills the waters put your hand in the hand of the man that calms the sea take a look at yourself and you?
The name of the song is "Put Your Hand In The Hand." It was written by Gene MacLellan and originally recorded by the group Ocean . It went to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US in 1971. . It's also been covered by Elvis Presley, Anne Murray, Frankie Laine, Donny Hathaway, Joan Baez, Loretta Lyn…n and others. (MORE)
What if your gerbil keeps peeing on your hand when you put your hand in and it keeps nibing me how do i tame it better also im not realygood with picking a gerbil up he keeps running around my hand?
Make sure you wash ur hands before handling them as if they can smell any thing on your hands they might bite.Other than that is just pick them up for a little while often so they get used to you.Ive got 10 gerbils and they all are very tame .
no it doesn't. it is a pile of bull sh!t. none of it works. it is all stupid.
It will get wet. And warm. Beyond that, not a great deal... yeast needs food (sugars, for example) to grow.
You should always wash your hands after you go to the restroom (both men and women), and occasionally before, if your hands are dirty, as you when you go to the restroom you are touch a sensitive area (for men, when they hold their penis to urinate, and for women, when they wipe themselves after the…y urinate) and you could spread disease, to others, and to yourself. (MORE)
The trick where you stick a sleeping person's hand into warm water, in order to make them wet the bed, doesn't work [It was busted by Mythbusters]. Although, I think they should have used a bigger sample size...
Majority of fish in fish stores are warm water fish and as long as the water does not exceed the fish's range of suitable temperature.
Because .. The nerves in your hand are reacting to the change but sometimes this can be dangerous and you can mess up the nerves in your hand . Melissa , 12 :)
a condom works well but its hard to find a way to open it without making noise. tie it twice with no air in it with at least 60 ml. of pee. foot warmers from toasti-toes works great but it will take 2-3 minutes to cool if the pad is placed directly on it. The white mens underwear have a built in p…ocket right in the croch if you notice. (MORE)
And/or.... having come out of the pool/lake/ocean wet, you skin has been cooling off because of evaporation. This makes your pee seem relatively warmer to cool skin.
Yes, on the same principle as putting someone's hand in water. Have seen this work in college.
Yes it does because when you touch the warm water your nerves think you need to use the restroom
No because the waterbed heater is not meant to get wet and can cause an electrical shock; also it could get hot enough to melt the vinyl of the pool liner. The waterbed heater most likely has a warning on it to not get it wet. If you want an electric heater for your pool you will need to buy one.… Solar covers work well to prevent heat loss through evaporation. (MORE)
you have to pee because of the shock reactive sensation it gives you the need to pee.
yes it is because if you have fish in there you need to keep it luke-warm not warm. yes sthere is a difference.. but if you put warm water in there there is a possibility that they could die.. if there are no fish in there be my guest and put warm water in there lol
because the warm water kills the grems as germs can only live at a crtain tempture
Imagine you put your hand next to one cookie without touching it your hand feels warm by what method has the thermal energy of the cookies transferred to your hand?
All three methods of heat transfer can occur in this case (conduction and convection through the air), but probably the most important one is radiation.
No. This was proven on Mythbusters. Although if u were to make sure no1 uses the bathroom before they goto bed, for about 3 hours, and get them to drink some hot chocolate, (reason why at camp u have to get up in the middle of the night) then u might have some success
it is because the nerves are sensing something extremely hot and they send a signal to the brain which then gives the cold feeling when it is truly hot
Because hand sanitizer is made up of some base which react with water and an exothermic reaction takes place which raises its temperature
it depends on the breed. most go in the water with there mothers as soon as they hatch so i should be ok
Salt is soluble in water and dissolves even faster in hot or warmwater. Salt can only be separated from the hot water mixture byevaporating the water , the same thing happens on salty rivers andseas , you can find some salt on the coast.
I tried it on a friend years ago when I was a young lad, it didnt work so assume its a myth. Try it yourself, maybe it'll work. ;)
Firstly, you have to know what temperature actually is. It's a measure of the amount of energy contained in a substance that contributes to its' movement. Atoms in a solid vibrate, and in a liquid or gas, they move around until they hit something - either way, they have a kinetic energy, and tempera…ture is a way of detecting it. (And I have no idea how sensing heat or cold works - nerves are strange and magical constructs). From this, it's fairly simple to imagine what is happening when warm and cold water mix. The cold water molecules are moving slowly, while the warm ones are moving quite rapidly. Over time, the warm molecules collide with the small ones, and their speed averages out. Warm molecules lose energy in the collision and slow down, cold molecules gain energy in the collision and speed up. The net result is water that is cooler than the warm water, but warmer than the cool water. Neglecting other energy exchanges (between mixed water and air or container around it, or gains or losses due to chemical reactions), the final temperature of the mixed water will be (T_h*W_h+T_c*W_c)/W. T is temperature in degrees, W is weight or weight fraction of the water involved, and the _h and _c tags refer to hot and cold water respectively. The W without a suffix is the total weight or weight fraction of the water - the sum of W_h and W_c. This holds true for any other pure liquid or gas. Any mixtures of different substances will not behave this way because they have different amounts of energy needed to change the temperature. Source: first year engineering physics class - thermodynamics unit, at UBC. (MORE)
the hot water will feel much hotter than it actually is. This is because the nerves that sense temperature feel cold or warm. Hot causes both types to fire. When your hands are cold, and you put them into hot water it can cause those nerves to fire more then they normally would. Also, if your ha…nds are cold enough, the blood will be thickened, and the vessels will be constricted. Suddenly plunging your hands into hot water will cause the vessels to expand, sending the thickened, cold blood rushing up towards your heart which can cause a heart attack. (MORE)
Yes - provided its temperature is remotely controlled. Providing hot water straight to pupils wash-rooms creates the possibility of scalding either deliberately or by accident. Regulating the temperature at the boiler (by way of a mixer valve) would allow the maintenance staff to set the temperatu…re the water is piped to the wash-rooms. (MORE)
Absolutely, warm water removes germs much better than cold water and should be used when the importance of preventing the spread of disease is obvious, such as in a school.
you just wait until you or your victim is asleep and you stick whomever hand in a bowl of warm water, its supposed to make them pee themselves but mythbusters proved this wrong. You should still try it:)
The water needs to be hot to help kill bacteria (in combination with a good soap and/or desinfectant). It needs to be potable, so the water won't introduce any new contaminents to hands you're cleaning.
Not sure why you would put warm water in honey, but feel free to add as much as you like. Some people like to drink warm water and honey to sooth a sore throat.
drinking your own urine yess, casue it has nutrients in it, but oeeing in your hand is pretty gross
The sugar cube dissolves in the water. This is a physical change, because the sugar retains its chemical structure, and when you boil off the water or remove it by another change, you are again left with sugar.
Probably because Bearded Dragons would never submerge themselves in water, in their natural environment ! Bearded dragons are desert species ! The nearest they would get to water - would be to drink !
Actually if you place your hand into steam, you WILL get burnt.What you are probably thinking of is placing your hand into thecondensate of the steam that appears like a cloud. You can placeyour hand into that because it has to cool to a much lowertemperature before it begins to condense. True steam… is actually acolorless (at least in the wavelengths we can see with our humaneyes) gas and is invisible to us. (MORE)
To put it in simple terms, your hand is taking up the water's space. Your hand has a mass and so does the water inside the glass. If you put your hand inside the glass, the property of displacement occurs where the mass of water being displaced is the mass of your hand going inside the glass. This o…ccurs because you are applying a force which will occupy space inside the glass forcing the water out. As well, the human body is more dense than freshwater which forces water out. (MORE)
Is it true that if you put someone's hand in a cup of water while they sleep they'll pee on themselves?
Putting someone's hand in warm water while they are sleeping cancause their muscles to relax, including the muscle that holds themback from peeing in their sleep.
If the water is room temperature, meaning the same temperature asthe air, then you wouldn't feel a change in temperature. On theother hand, If there was a breeze or the air was otherwise inmotion, it might increase evaporation of skin moisture and have acooling effect. In that situation, putting you…r hands into thewater might make them feel warmer. (MORE)
WARNINGS-- Heat next to bare skin can burn the skin. Elderlypeople, people with diabetes or peripheral neuropathy, and peoplewho have compromised ability to freely move independently shouldtake great care when using ANY type of heat near the skin,especially when put under blankets. A heating source …put underblankets can magnify the source of heat and does not let the itemcool off -- it could be possible to light sheets or blankets onfire. IF you use any local heat, the heated item should: . have ventilation--- not have the blankets cover itcompletely . be kept at a distance from ALL areas of skin -- at least 8-10inches away . should be removed after 15 minutes to allow the feet and legsto begin to cool (even kicking aside the covers for 15minutes) End of warnings. Heating coals or stones in a fire to slip under covers is one ofthe oldest self-help warmers, including when men camped out ontrails. However, people in homes up through the 1800s used a long handlemetal pan to contain the items (they didn't just put the hot itemsnext to bare feet). Water bags or water bottles (both rubber) came in the late 1800swith the manufacture of rubber products. Hot water was put insidethe rubber water bladder, which was then wrapped in cloth beforeputting it near the foot of the bed. The stones, coals, or water bag (bladder) would warm the bed beforethe person went to bed. The items could also be left to continuekeeping the person warm. HOWEVER, most of the common senseknowledge people had back then has been lost to us today. At the same time, today we have much greater knowledge about therisks of skin burns. We should have MORE common sense knowledgeabout the causes of home fires and skin damage from burns. Forexample, people today should NEVER put an electrical heating padunder blankets-- ever! It can short out, cause a fire, etc. As to heating a regular size brick, people should know that a brickwill absorb a considerable amount of heat. On a very hot day, ifyou feel a brick wall outside, it can be so hot that you'd pullyour hand away. The same hot principles apply to a single brickyou've deliberately heated! So your brick should be WARM, but youshould still be able to pick it up! A regular or half brick shoulddo. BE SAFE! The safest method is to put a small wooden table NEAR but nottouching the bottom of the bed. Put your warm brick in a flat metalpan (NOT aluminum) and cover the pan with aluminum foil that hasbeen tented to keep it off the brick. The warmth will radiate tothe bottom of the bed WITHOUT danger of fire or burning the skin.The heat should last 15-20 minutes, with warmth radiating forlikely 30 minutes -- long enough to get to sleep. If you use a water bottle (water bladder, like our grandmothers andgreat-grandmothers used), do not overheat the water-- hot tap watershould be hot enough. The bladder can be wrapped in a towel and putunder the blankets. But it should NOT touch the skin and should be8-10 inches away from the body. You should check with your doctorfirst if you have any impaired circulation, diabetes, peripheralneuropathy, or immobility. The aged and infirm should be extracareful. ALWAYS remove the heated-warm item if it: . feels too hot . becomes uncomfortable . and always after 15-20 minutes NOTE: Impairments in sensory nerves of the legs and feet can causea person to not realize the true temperature of bath water, hotwater bag, or heating pad. These persons should check the skinevery 5-10 minutes to be sure the skin is not abnormally reddenedor discolored. Remove if there are skin color changes, or you couldget burned. NOTE: Do NOT put heated water in plastic drinking bottles. Even hottap water is too hot for those plastics. Also plastic can melt,causing a wet bed and damage to the skin. Again, talk to your doctor first if you are unsure about using homeself-help measures. (MORE)