#3 You Tend to Blink More While Talking And Less While Reading
Blinking is a physiological phenomenon. It is a routine function of the body that everyone experiences on a daily basis. However, studies have revealed that an individual blinks more while talking or when they are nervous. Sudden exposure to bright light and pain may trigger accelerated blinking.
On the contrary, a person blinks less while reading, watching a screen or when it senses possible danger. Blinking is essential as, without it, we may end up getting dry eyes and the oil glands in the eyelids will stop functioning properly.