20 Amazing Psychological Facts

Some of the most interesting and Amazing Psychological Facts

  1. Playing video games has been proven to relieve tension, depression and psychological pain caused by emotional trauma.
  2. Japenese researchers have successfully developed a device that will be able to literally playback your dreams in a video sequence.
  3. Women are naturally better liars than men. They are also better at detecting lies.
  4. When people in love staring at each other’s eyes, their heartbeats sync together.
  5. When you fall asleep while overthinking, the mind remains active as if you were awake which is why you tend to wake up tired.
  6. Groaking is a word for staring at someone while they are eating in the hope that they will give you some of their food.
  7. You keep a lot to yourself because it’s difficult to find people who understand.
  8. If you suspect someone is following you, take four right turns. If they are still behind you, then they’re following you.
  9. The pupil of your eye expands up to 45% when you look at someone you love.
  10. Ironically, overthinking can make you smarter by improving recollection, critical thinking and raising attention spoon.
  11. A person usually makes a lot of hand gestures while telling a true story. When telling a lie, a person’s hand will stay noticeably still.
  12. You are under no obligation to be the same person you were a year, a month or even 15 minutes ago. You have the right to grow. No apologies.
  13. It takes five different places in your brain to laugh at a joke.
  14. Tripping in your dream and waking up with a twitch happens when your brain thinks you are dying.
  15. Some people automatically assume you are mad at them when you’re quiet. This is due to a guilty consciousness.
  16. Drinking white or green tea every day will minimize environmental damage done to your skin, and minimize fine line and wrinkles.
  17. A study found that people born in May have the lowest risk of illness and disease, while those born in October have the highest.
  18. Love is invisible. It can’t be seen or measured, yet it is powerful enough to transform you in a moment.
  19. On average, those who eat with one other person eat about 35 per cent more than they do when they are alone.
  20. A small area of the brain called amygdala enables you to read someone else’s face for clues to how they are feeling.