Top ten great mysteries of the mind. Most of the things we do not understand from our human being are in our heads. Brain is inexplicable, such as the questions of life and death, awareness, sleep, and much more.
When we wake up in the morning we know the sun goes up, you hear the birds tweeting, and you feel the fresh breeze in the morning. In other words, you are mindful. This topic has been plagued in the scientific community since antiquity. The most wanted explanation has been the way our brain grows from subjective experiences.
2. Freezing deep
Living forever cannot be a reality. But a pioneering field called “cryonics” can give people two lives. Some centers in the US put human organs upon death in ice and liquid nitrogen at temperatures below 320 degrees. The idea is that a person who dies of an incurable illness may resuscitate in the future when the right cure is found.
3. The mystery of death
Living forever is just in Hollywood. But why do people get old? When we are born the body has some mechanisms that fight illnesses and injuries, which makes you think that this is a process that must always continue. But when we get older, the repair mechanisms go out of shape. Aging is part of human genes.
4. Nature and Nutrition
In a longstanding battle whether our thoughts and personalities are controlled by the genes or the environment, scientists are finding evidence that it may not be either, but can both be simultaneously both.
5. Movement of the brain
Laughter is one of the least understood human behaviors. Scientists have found that during laughter, three parts of the brain are illuminated. A piece of thought that helps you understand the joke. An area that shows muscle movement and an emotional part that touches feelings.
Some experiences are difficult to forget, as perhaps the first kiss. But how does the brain get to remember these sequences of life? Using brain imaging techniques, scientists are discovering the mechanism responsible for creating and storing memories. It is the “hippocampus”, the area that acts as a memory box.
7. The mission of control
The so-called biological clock of the brain, programs the body to pursue missions at a 24-hour pace. The most evident effect of the Circadian rhythm is the sleep-wake cycle, but the biological clock also affects digestion, body temperature, blood pressure, and hormone production.
8. Ghost feelings
It is estimated that about 80% of limb sensations, including warmth, itching, pressure, pain come from ‘missing limbs’. People who experience this phenomenon are known as “ghost limbs,” to feel like unreal parts are part of your body.
9. Closure of eyes
Any animal or creature can do it. It is so essential to man. We spend more than a quarter of our sleeping lives. However, the basic reasons for the need for sleep are not yet fully resolved.
10. Beautiful dreams
If you ask 10 people that dreams come true, maybe 10 would give you different answers. That is why scientists are still trying to discover this mystery. Perhaps dreams have come from trafficking and stimulation of synapses between brain cells. Another theory says the emotions and tasks that people have not managed to take care of during the day.