Feeling stuck indoors
Cabin fever can be described as a feeling of restlessness and irritability when we are stuck indoors.
Confinement can frustrate what psychologists consider to be our three basic psychological needs:
MORE IDEAS FROM THE ARTICLE
Human beings have four major blood types, A, B, AB and O.
Blood cells, like all cells, are covered with molecules called ‘antigens', which depend on our genes. If we transfuse the blood of a certain antigen into a person with a different one, the immune system attacks it and that can cause major organ damage.
Food provides the cells in our bodies with their fuel: glucose. Our bodies release a certain amount of glucose into the blood and store the rest as glycogen, releasing it as needed. Once that supply is used up – after at least 12 hours without food – our fat stores are called upon.
Burning of fats actually makes the body less hungry, something which is being researched by dieticians studying metabolism. It is also observed that fasting dampens certain types of hormones, reducing the risk of breast cancer.
It is a mathematical theory stating that we are bound to be less popular than the people in our network of friends, especially the online one. This hypothesis is easily checked in social media accounts like Twitter and Facebook.
The people that we follow on Twitter, for example, aren't always following us back and therefore end up having more followers than us.
❤️ Brainstash Inc.