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How many senses do we have? There are five known and accepted physical senses that humans have. What are the 5 senses? Sight, smell, hearing, touch, and taste. Organs associated with each sense – eyes, nose, ears, skin, and tongue – send information to the brain to help us understand the environment around us. However, there are additional senses that
What is ADHD? Attention deficit hyperactive disorder in simple terms is a condition that combines the inability to maintain focus, hyperactivity that’s extremely wearing, and an impulsive desire to frequently interrupt. It affects children and teenagers, but can also appear and continue in adulthood. In children, problems with inattention can result in poor performance, but these issues aren’t due to
The adjective holistic describes treating or dealing with something in its entirety – rather than just a part. And the holistic approach is reflected in the importance now attributed to both social and psychological aspects of disabling progressions. When this is linked to a medical setting, a holistic approach will address the physical, mental, and emotional state of you as
There is still – and perhaps always will be – something of a tug-of-war in the way humans interact when they are in groups… This is often seen as a battle of conformity vs. individuality. But is it that simple? What does individuality mean? Is conforming with what society expects of us always a “bad” thing? In this article, we’ll
A phobia is an intense disproportional fear of a certain object or situation. For many people, having a phobia can be something which barely affects them… For others, it’s a constant struggle – and one which has a huge impact on their daily life. Read on if you want to learn about common phobias, the most important types of phobias
Déjà vu is an expression derived from the French term translated as already seen. This common intuitive experience triggers a recollection of a place visited before, a person seen previously, or an action already carried out. It resembles a memory – a thought or feeling that the current situation is from the past even though in the timeline you are