Did you know that your sense of smell or olfaction is the oldest among your senses? And the reason why women can smell better than men is because they’ve got a more developed prefrontal region of the brain?
There are more fun facts about the human sense of smell to talk about, but let's look at how our sense of smell affects our emotions and memory.
It’s common knowledge that the eyes are used for seeing. However, only a few people are aware that our sense of vision interacts with the brain to regulate biological functions like mood, behavior, and sleep patterns. You will be thrilled at how your vision affects your sleep pattern and moods. Read on and find out more about light and your brain.
The idea of providing soothing or energizing multi-sensory treatment has been used to treat dementia patients and children with developmental challenges. The multi-sensory treatment is used to stimulate the brains and imaginations of the patients, and research has been observed to relieve stress, anxiety, and pain while positively encouraging the patient’s drive and motivation.
Insomnia and restlessness, among other sleep problems, are caused by several factors, including anxiety, depression, and the environment, among other factors. Talking about environmental factors that affect the quality of sleep, did you know thattemperature, light, and noise affect your sleep?