What is another word for kinaesthesia?
[ kˌɪniːsθˈiːzi͡ə], [ kˌɪniːsθˈiːziə], [ k_ˌɪ_n_iː_s_θ_ˈiː_z_iə]
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Synonyms for Kinaesthesia:
n.• feeling of movement (noun)
How to use "Kinaesthesia" in context?
Kinaesthesia is the perception of the physical world through the senses of touch, pain, temperature, and movement. It is a complex sensation that can be difficult to explain or understand, but it is an extremely important part of our daily lives.
We use kinaesthesia all the time to interact with the world around us. For example, when we touch something, we feel the texture and shape of the object. When we feel pain, we can determine the location of the pain and understand how severe it is. We can also sense when something is hot or cold.
Kinaesthesia is also important for our physical well-being.
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