How the environment affects our consciousness (Part 2)

• How the environment affects our consciousness (Part 2)

The first part here.

No, you did not invent, and you do not feel anything. So it is - a variety of colors, places, sounds, smells and much more permanent effect on your mind and health.

How the environment affects our consciousness (Part 2)

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TV type, you saw in childhood strongly influences your dreams. In the 1940s, television was black and white, so three out of four Americans seldom or never seen colored dreams. As of 2008, only 12% of people have seen only in black and white dreams, but among older Americans, whose childhood passed without a color TV, the figure was 25%, while among the younger generation of colored dreams seen just about everything.

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In an emergency, the more chances to get help, the fewer people around. The likelihood that you will come to the rescue, decreases as the number of witnesses of the incident. This is called "bystander effect".

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Long stay in weightlessness can affect your feet. Your calluses disappear, and the skin on the sole of the foot is soft and pink as a baby. There is no way to fill corn in weightlessness.

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Researchers in the Netherlands found that people who live within 1 km away from the fast food restaurant, is much more likely to develop heart disease than those who live further away from such a place. ***

The warmer the climate, the lower the risk of multiple sclerosis. People who live in temperate climates often diagnosed with multiple sclerosis than people who live in countries with a large number of warm days. The relationship may be due to the amount of vitamin D, which generates our organism under sunlight.

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Alcohol consumption may depend on where people live. According to one study, people who live in cold regions and in countries with more severe climate, drink more than people living in warmer regions.

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The order in which exposed food on the buffet, influences the choice of those who want to try it. Research has shown that eating a person plate present at the reception, at 65, 7% consists of at least one of the first three treats on the table, it does not matter, it is a healthy food or not. And if the number of foods starts with less healthy eating, a person will put his plate on 31% more food.

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The smaller the vegetation was all around you in your childhood, the greater the chance that you will suffer from a mental disorder later in life. The abundance of green space will predict the likelihood of mental illness around with the same certainty as the history of mental health of your family. People who grew up in an area with the least abundant vegetation, 55% more likely to develop a variety of mental disorders. ***

Climate change can affect on your mental health, and you can even while nothing guess. It is very likely that in the future, 200 million Americans will experience psychological distress associated with climate change - which, of course, will result in a long-term problem for children.

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Patients in hospitals recover faster, need less medication and not as prevalent feel pain, if the window is visible in their ward picturesque landscape. Surprisingly, the same thing happens if, instead of the magnificent view from the window, the patient simply looks at the picture, which depicted a paradise of nature.

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The researchers tested the cognitive abilities of participants at different temperatures and found that the worst of these abilities manifest themselves in a place where it is hot and humid.

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Your untidy workplace can affect your mental abilities. Scientists from the University of Florida found that people who do not clear their desk, there was a decline of mental abilities, compared with those who kept their workplace in order.