Dementia, Delirium, Dyslexia

Not all D’s are the same
Rahman Mohamed

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

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Trouble With Tics

Doing not choosing
Rahman Mohamed

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.

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Don’t Stress Yourself; You’ll Sleep

Studies show rats sleep better when they’re stressed and young students that can handle stress sleep deep
Rahman Mohamedbed

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.

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