Not all D’s are the same
Dementia: an impairment in how you think that can effect your social function
Delirium: a state of confusion related to a medical treatment
Dyslexia: a process in the brain that makes it harder for a person to understand written information
Dementia, delirium and dyslexia all have an effect of how a person thinks and expresses. They have similarities but are not the same. Continue reading
Doing not choosing
Yesterday, 30 July 2015, CBC reported that a man named Graham Kent was kicked out of a bar. Reportedly he was making noise and was thought to be on drugs. Unfortunately he was only displaying symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. It is not a mental illness. Being a problem of the brain though it is often misunderstood and stigmatized.
Studies show rats sleep better when they’re stressed and young students that can handle stress sleep deep
So you’ve stayed up a long time cramming and you’re tired? According to a recent study Social stress induces high intensity sleep in rats, led by Peter Meerlo, published by the Zoological Laboratory, University Groningen in Neuroscience Letters (1997), more stress means more sleep; if you want to be able to deal with stress you have to sleep.