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The brain is known to be a complex organ in the vertebrate body and it is active during dreams. Thus, brain generates two distinct types of sleep which were slow wave sleep (deep sleep) and rapid eye movement (REM). Dream is experienced in all stages of sleep but it is...Read More

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The term dementia is nonspecific. It is a term used to describe a group of symptoms associated with a decline in memory or other thinking skills. Dementia can be reversed if it is caught early enough. You have to attend to all the factors that affect brain function. This includes diet,...Read More

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The short answer to this is that if a man feels horny and he has no partner, he might well get desperate for sex. But you say 'men' as if the explanation for one man's behaviour is an explanation for every single man's interest and longing for sex. The sex drive is very much higher in males...Read More

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The two main factors affecting intelligence are the genes you are born with, and the opportunity for developing this potential. Without sufficient nutrition the brain, like other organs, will suffer. Similarly, without access to mental stimulation and challenge - basically the opportunity to...Read More

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Cushing syndrome is also known as hypercortisolism, it is a disorder that was caused by prolonged use of glucocorticoid hormone (medication) used for rheumatoid, asthma, lupus, arthritis and can also be used for immunosuppression after transplantation. Thus, glucocorticoid hormone is a powerful...Read More

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Scientists conducting research at the University of St Andrews in the United Kingdom now think they may know what is responsible for déjà vu, the feeling you experience when confronted with something new but you feel you’ve been there before. Using fMRI (functional Magnetic...Read More

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Nihilism is known to be the rejection of anything that is moral and religious. Those who consider themselves to be nihilists feel that life has no meaning. They do not understand the need to make use of their emotions. Existential nihilism is also the belief of some people that all of the human...Read More

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I think it is more a failure of people to realize that there is no such thing as "exact intelligence" The IQ - intelligence quotient - is a measure derived from a number of different intellectual areas: memory, vocabulary, verbal reasoning, spatial skill, non-verbal reasoning. If a reliable and...Read More

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Carl Gustav Jung was a Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist who was a follower of Freudian theory but then departed from it to some extent because he disagreed with Freud's emphasis on sexual causation in some personality dysfunctions. Jung founded Analytic Psychology, in response to Freud's...Read More

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Lucid dreaming differs from normal dreaming in that with lucid dreaming a person is actually aware that they are dreaming while they are dreaming. In most sleep studies, scientists use electroencephalography (EEG) to record brain activity during sleep. They have determined that “lucid...Read More

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