Have you ever wondered how your brain works? What is the reason behind your feelings and actions? What is the reason that your brain works in the way it does? Psychology gives the answer to that. It is the study of behavior and mind, embracing all aspects of conscious and unconscious experience as well as thought. I, personally, love this field and I am always attracted towards the weird facts related to our mind and behavior. It is quite incredible that how such unique people having unique minds have such strikingly similar attributes to their behavior. Even the colors you see the type of eye contacts you make a difference to how you feel in the context.
For all those who have the same cravings for such interesting and amazing facts, here are some mind-blowing facts that you should know:
Music impacts your perspective. This one seems kind of obvious! Music has a dramatic impact on your perception. Say, if you sad and listen to a cheering song, your moods instantly lifts up. Also, Your favorite song is likely associated with an emotional event. From now, try avoiding listening to sad songs when you are sad.
18 to 33 year olds are the most stressed out people on earth. You know how family, education and work can all be pretty stressful.
Attractive and honest appearance can easily be misleading. People tend to trust appearance more than sincerity.
People sincerely believe that their negative opinions about others are truthful and have no connection with them and their self-confidence. In fact, the humiliation of others helps them restore their own self-esteem.
Convincing yourself you slept well tricks your brain into thinking it did. Thus, giving you more energy. They called it “placebo sleep”.
When you remember a past event, you’re actually remembering the last time you remembered it. This is why our memories fade and distort over time.
If you announce your goals, you’re less likely to succeed. Studies suggest that doing so decreases your motivation.
Biochemically speaking, being in a romantic love affair cannot be distinguished from having an obsessive compulsive disorder.
Feeling ignored causes the same chemical effect as that of an injury. It is because your brain takes rejection just like a physical pain.
When someone cries the tears of joy, the first teardrop will always come from the right eye. Tears of pain start from the left.
Your tongue length is related to your sexual curiosity. Those who can lick their elbows are more willing to try new experiences.
If you want someone to say yes to something you’re asking for nod as you ask. Our brains have what are called ‘mirror neurons’ which activate to make us mimic other people’s actions. Sometimes they will also start to nod, which then makes them then agree with you.
I hope you guys enjoy this blog. Don’t forget to share some interesting facts that you might know.