Sitting Quietly Helps You Consilidate Memories As Much As Sleeping Does

Sitting Quietly Helps You Memorize As Much As Sleeping Does

Are you having trouble remembering something? Just take a relaxing break. Studies have shown that sleep helps retain information because during good night's sleep, the brain consolidates recently formed memories into stable, long-term memories. However, a new study published in the journal Hippocampus, has shown that this consolidation process can also happen even while one is awake.

Study Says The Brain Forgets in Order to Conserve Energy

Our Brain Forgets Things In Order To Conserve Energy, Says Study

Do you sometimes find berating yourself just because you cannot remember something? Seriously, you should stop that. Scientists at Lund University in Sweden have found that the brain forgets things in order to conserve energy. Earlier studies have also shown that our brain tends to erase unnecessary information so it can store, retrieve important ones and … Continue reading Our Brain Forgets Things In Order To Conserve Energy, Says Study

Ten Medical Myths We All Believe

Ten Medical Myths We Shouldn’t Believe, But We Still Do

While talking about some basic scientific principles, you should not believe everything you hear. Although scientific researches have confuted several myths, pseudoscience and misconceptions, something like medical myths that have been passed down to us through the centuries will not go away so easily. Here is the ten medical myths we all believe. [Featured Image … Continue reading Ten Medical Myths We Shouldn’t Believe, But We Still Do