Question 1:How our consciousness affects our everyday life?First of all, consciousness is represented as our awarenessof ourselves and our environment which means that it helps us collectinginformation from external sources while we are reflecting and adapting them inour daily life. As a personal experience, while typing I had to focus on mykeyboard, now it became semi-automatic, I can at the same time maintaining aconversation and collecting information.Question 2:How selective attention permits us to prevent car accidents?Selective attention is defined as the capacity of selectinga stimulation in front of a distraction. While driving a car my brain will usea mechanism that helps me being attentive, especially noticing and avoidingcars around me by differentiating the environmental stimulations that are aroundme and reduce the risk of doing a car accident.Question 3:How magicians use our selective inattention to trick us?Many magicians rely on our cognitive limits for most oftheir “magic” tricks. Magicians and more specifically illusionists use mirrors,talk loudly or use different gestures to capt our attention on some part of ourenvironment and make “invisible” what he is putting in place. By being focalizedon something, you will determine which objects or parts of the room you are inwill be perceived.
Question 4:What is the reason that causes morning the morning erectionfor a men?Most people think that the origin of morning erections isdreaming about sexual contents, but it’s not always the case. Most of the timeit happens during REM phases. These phases correspond to the moments whensomeone sleeps deeply which increases the man’s testosterone levels. Thisincrease in testosterone attains it’smaximum level in the early morning which is why it can stimulate morningerection.
Question 5: Why do we recall better information after a night of sleep?During sleeping, our brain sorts the information storedduring the day based on its futures usefulness. By consolidating our memory, itstrengthens our neutral connections by incorporating these information to pre-existingmemories. In my case, I most of the time find a solution to a problem or learnmy lessons directly the morning after waking up. Question 6:What are the consequences of a lack of sleep?After a sleepless night or just few hours of sleep excepttiredness you will realize some repercussions on your memory and your brain.Your aptitude to acquire new information during the day will decrease, you willhave a lack of creativity and some of your memories will fade.
The only waythat helps us recuperate and repair our brain tissues is sleeping and if weignore this step our neurons will not be able rest.Question 7:Does the sleeping hours have an incidence on our memory?During 8 hours of sleep, the brain go through several cycles of 90 minutes each consisting of light sleep, deep sleep and paradoxical sleep. Disturbances in the regularity of these cycles have negative repercussions on the different forms of memory. A reduction in the duration and quality of deep sleep, without modification of the total sleep time, leads to a deficit of declarative memory. On the contrary, an improvement in the quality of deep sleep reinforces this form of memory. Question 8: