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Hello, I'm Ojith. I'm new to the Forum. I need you guys ideas and explanations on my doubt. I usually work at night. Means about 10PM-3AM. I can and I have an ability to focus my mind exactly on the work I need to do other than day. So, I usually sleep at 3:30 AM & Wake up at about 9AM. It suites my day to day routine. But, I feel uncomfortable and I actually feels lazy and can't focus on work. But, I need to know about is it okay or not to, "Sleep in the Day & Work at Night". Do I actually need to sleep during 12AM-8AM? IS it essential? Do they cause any Health Issues? Is there any
Hi guys, first of all I would like to thank you for watching my videos and allowing me to post them here. In this video I show you 8 things you probably don't know about dreams.Every single one of them come from research, the experience of thousands of lucid dreamers and my own experience in the matter, because I'm also a lucid dreamer and I have experienced all of these things.If you have no idea what lucid dreaming is, please watch my video or search it on the web.As you can imagine, if you're not a lucid dreamer you will not be aware of most things on this list, because most of them m
Do we only use 10% of our brain ? This myth establishes that most of the human brain is unused, suggesting that we only use a small portion of it and because of this some kind of secret power can be unleashed, turning us into superheroes able to use telekinesis, telepathy and so on. One possible origin is the reserve energy theories by Harvard psychologists William James and Boris Sidis in the 1890s who tested the theory in the accelerated raising of child prodigy William Sidis. This urban legend became reason of controversy since the release of the movie "Lucy", a lot of scientists establ
Who’s up for a brief discussion of the sleep process? Although I’ve studied dreams and dreaming for more than three decades and have blogged and published on the nature and evolution of the dreaming brain, I consider myself merely well informed rather than expert on the topic. However, based on the most recent and available peer-reviewed research, I will be making some definitive statements about the nature of sleep and dreaming that you may find compelling, if not informative. First, let’s explore why we sleep and dispel some misconceptions about why we dream and remain immobile while drea