Body-language and nonverbal communication

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About sleep: good news for Chinese!

Good news for Chinese people, who love to sleep! 😉

The Cleveland Clinic tells us 22 strange and fascinating facts about sleep. If you want to cultivate your sleep, if you want to improve your sleep-competence and if you want to have arguments towards others to strengthen your way of sleeping, have a look!

Here’s some little hint:

  • Sea otters hold hands when they are sleeping so they don’t drift away from each other.
  • Being awake for 16 hours decreases your performance as much as if your blood-alcohol-level was 0,05% (The legal limit is 0,08%)
  • Statistics show that the extra-hour of sleep reduces accidents.
  • Sleeping on the job is a minor problem in Japan. Companies may accept it as a sign of exhaustion from overwork.

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How sex rules our dreams

Gritty, emotional, smelly and dirty: new evidence supports Freud’s long-debunked theory that sex fuels our dreams.

In short, every 90 minutes during sleep, we enter the dangerous twilight zone called REM sleep. The reward centres of our brains are activated, and our sexual systems are turned on – yet our bodies are partially paralysed so we cannot move to take advantage of these activations. Instead, as key physiologic systems collapse, we are forced to watch these things we call dreams.

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Unconscious body language of couples

While sleeping people usually behave very spontaneously. They are as they are, not self-controlled, not posing or doing anything special. Also while sleeping a couple behaves in a way that opens a deep insight into their relationship.

Nonverbally. They relate to each other in an unconscious way which mirrors their deep Connection and wishes for one another.

A Russian photographer once realized that many of her friends got pregnant. They as future parents…………

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