Scientists have explained the function of the Adam's apple in men and explained why it is absent in women. This process, which protects the ligaments, can sometimes be seen in the fairer sex.
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Experts call the bulge in the front of the neck the “Adam's apple”. The cartilaginous element got its name from the biblical story in the Garden of Eden. A piece of the forbidden fruit stuck in Adam's throat is a confirmation of this event in the form of an Adam's apple. This bulge is present in all men, unlike women, since the anatomy of the body of the fairer sex differs from the male. In boys, unlike girls, the larynx develops differently. Testosterone rises, the vocal cords become longer, and the voice acquires a low sound. A compact cartilaginous process under the skin protects the ligaments from external damage. Girls also develop larynx and ligaments, but not as intensely. The ladies have a higher voice, however, some of them may develop an Adam's apple. An anatomical abnormality, genetic characteristics and hormonal disruption that occurred during the girl's puberty can lead to the formation of a small Adam's apple.
Physiologically, this protrusion is as important a cartilaginous element as the auricles or nose. Some men remove the bulge on the neck with the help of surgeons, as it is large.