PLEASANT MOOD PREVENTS INFECTIOUS DISEASES:
- PLEASANT MOOD PREVENTS INFECTIOUS DISEASES: – This is true. Researchers of the Nottingham University have found out that pleasant mood creates antibodies fighting diseases. In 2017, this was tested by injecting Flu Vaccine for 138 persons. In America Yell University and the Florida University have revealed in the theses of their research that pleasant mood makes the genes to fight against the infectious diseases
- 400 HOURS IS ENOUGH TO LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE: surely, from 400 hours to 2000 hours are required this is also a rough estimate. If you learn two languages having common words at a time, you can learn easily, because, we try to know the meaning of both the words of the languages. Thus, you can learn the languages easily those who learn more than one languages are called as ‘Polyglot’. It is said that there is difference between these ‘polyglots’ and those who know only one language who are called as ‘monolinguals’. All languages say that there is difference in the brain . Researches are made to find out whether all languages are registered in one place.
- ENGLISH IS THE LANGUAGE FOR FUTURE. : This is true Chinese is the language spoken by most of the people. But, English is the popular language among people mostly used in the world for scientific information, news and websites in the entire world, English is the language spoken by approximately by 200 crores of people. U.N.O. has said that at the same time, more than 7000 languages in the world are in the margin of destruction.
- THOUGHTS OF PARENTS WILL CHANGE AFTER DELIVERY. This is true. The baby does not have the capacity of self safeguarding itself. Parents give security for the baby for strengthening the body and mind. After delivery, the measure of the testosterone of the father of the baby reduces and the measure of the Oxytocin increases. Women have many changes in their brain; they develop care and love for the child. These facts were revealed by the researches made by the Autonomy de parcelona (2017) and Emory university (2014)