• When you’re talking to someone and the person continuously blinks his eyes, it’s likely that the person is either hiding something from you or lying because the liar needs to think about what he’s saying.
  • When you meet someone, try to notice the eye color of the person because eye contact signifies trust. Also when you hug a person, your brain releases oxytocin, a hormone known for its social attachment and interaction also helps in building trust.
  • Cells in your body react to every single thing your mind says. So, negativity brings down your immune and you tend to feel sick and low.
  • People who understands sarcasm well are good at reading other’s minds.
  • Yawning keeps your brain alert (among other things). Researchers say that we yawn not only because we lack sleep, but also to keep our brain at an optimum temperature. ( So, the next time the teacher admonishes you for yawning,you know your reply !)
  • Being able to feel depression is a good sign because you know what’s bothering you.
  • Positive psychology can be negative. People who are more compassionate feels emotional stress more, being shock absorber of other people’s negativity.
  • Food actually tastes better when you’re eating with your favourite people.
  • Chocolate is the world’s most perfect food.. it contains tryptophan, a chemical in the brain that is used to produce the neurotransmitter, serotonin. High levels of serotonin stimulate the secretion of endorphins, and produce feelings of elation. It contains magnesium which is known to ease PMS.
  • Average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as that of a psychiatric patient in the 1950s. (And there you ask why we behave weirdly!)
  • While dreaming, the creepy stranger you see is actually a person you’ve already met in your real life because brain don’t have the power to create unique faces. Insecurities, fear, anxiety are dominant in our dream which take different forms to express itself, such as cheating on your loved ones or an embarrassment. This is why most common dreams include falling.
  • We tend to have almost 6–7 dreams per night but we can’t remember all of them. In a single year, we can have anywhere between 1460–2190 number of dreams.
  • What we see in our dreams symbolises something from our real life. Like, If you see dirty water in your dreams, it is believed that you might have a health issue. If you see you’re pregnant, it symbolizes you’re in a process of creating new ideas.
  • Graphologists say that handwriting has an impact on our psychology. If you’ve small handwriting, you’re usually shy, studious while if you have big handwriting, that generally signifies that you love attention. Those with rounded letters usually tend to be creative while pointed letters say that you’re intelligent and aggressive.
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