Which Type Of Daydreamer Are You?


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All of us experienced altered states of consciousness throughout our lives. And its most common form is daydreaming. According to Psychology Today, everyone or nearly everyone experiences daydreaming on a regular basis with studies indicating that as much as 96% of adults engage in at least one outburst of daily fantasies.

Contrary to popular belief, daydreaming is not a complete exclusion from the outside and is not entirely detrimental. Daydreaming allows us to focus on our inner thoughts and imagined experiences that can be beneficial to improving creativity and problem-solving skills. Interestingly, the pattern or type of the daydream associates with one's personality.

Know if you fall under one of the most common types: 

How One Brain Trick Can Affect Your Aircon Setting


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Placebo has taken a form in various areas of Science. In most cases, the placebo is shown to copy or even exceed the effects produced by active treatments such as medications and therapies. Generally Placebo effect is defined as giving simulated, fake, or inactive treatment intended to deceive its recipients. It works because of the brain's role in the physiological health.

In the HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) industry, placebo is seen in the form of the "Placebo button". This button may seem to change the temperature by going up or down but it actually is not. However, there is a chance that you will feel cooler or warmer even though there has been no "actual" change to the machine's temperature.

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