Grace Sun (Charles Best)

Cultures and their Theories about Dreams Mesopotamia This was a civilization born along rivers where agriculture was way underway. River floods made the soil around very fertile and it supplied water to grow the crops. Agriculture also increased the number of people living around. Some of the world's first civilizations developed in these areas. (1)(2)(3) Theories about Dreams: Civilization existed around 5000 BC was the first to write a book about dreams - included some symbols in dreams...Read More...
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What are Dreams? When do we dream ? Dreams happen when we sleep and they consist of images turned into stories. They can happen anytime we sleep, most dreams occur a stage called REM or rapid eye movement, this is when the brain is the most active. This takes up 20-25 percent of your sleep and can go up to 30 minutes. Rapid eye movement is also a cycle, that means you will experience it multiple times in our dream. Sometimes, you will remember a dream more vividly, this is because you woke...Read More...
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Last Reply By Maiya Callister (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi Everyone! I'm very excited to start off this project and I have gotten some great feedbacks from my inquiry project. I want to look into what dreams are and if what happens in our dreams will mean anything in our lives. I want to be able to see if any of my weird dreams have any meaning and this inquiry project will help me figure that out. I find dreaming very interesting, what goes on in our brains when we sleep can have a deeper meaning. Different cultures and scientists have their our...Read More...
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Last Reply By Juliana Nunes (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
For my final and last round of research this cycle, I want to make it fun but also informing. I will first story off with a section for me to debunk myths about dementia and diseases associated with dementia. This way, people will get a better understanding of what Dementia really is. Then, I will look into a few websites and newspaper article that are talking about the rise in dementia. Myths and Misconceptions about Dementia Dementia is a natural part of aging Most people with dementia are...Read More...
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Diseases Associated with Dementia Looking at these diseases could help see why there is a rise in dementia. If one of these diseases also have been rising, then, this could mean that it is the cause of the rising of dementia level. Then, I could look into this disease further and narrow down the reasons on why dementia is rising. Thank you guys for following my research. Alzheimer's Alzheimer's is the most common type of dementia. This is a term to refer to people who have lost their...Read More...
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What is Dementia? 1. Dementia overall is a disorder that affects the brain. This can include different sets of symptoms depending on the section of the brain affected. Many of they main symptoms can include memory loss, thinking, language, and it can lower someone's ability to perform daily tasks. The person could also have a change in mood and behavior. (1)(2) "Dementia is not a specific disease." (1) dementia cover a wide range of different symptoms. The most common case involving dementia...Read More...
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Last Reply By Nicole Shimmin (Johnston Heights-Alumni) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, for this cycle, my inquiry question was: Why is Dementia on the Rise? This had been a problem for a while and many researchers are still trying to get to the bottom of why this has been occurring more than usual. For my rounds of research I have gathered up some ideas that I can look into, here are some: What is dementia, what are the causes of dementia and does this contribute to anything to do with why it is rising? Symptoms Treatments/ care Age group impacts on others...Read More...
Last Reply By Ben Laird (LFAS) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, for the last few rounds of research, I have been mostly focusing on treatments from other people, for example, therapies, programs and others as well. For this round, and since it is the last round of research, I want to interesting. This research round will be focused on home treatments and self-help when someone has bulimia nervosa. I hope you guys will enjoy reading this last round of research. Home Remedies For Bulimia Nervosa These home remedies might not cure bulimia but...Read More...
Last Reply By DeOndre Grant (Johnston Heights -Alumni) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, my research topic this cycle is how the recovery path of Bulimia Nervosa differs from other mental disorders. I have looked a lot of information into Bulimia, including what causes it and the treatments of Nervosa as well. For this round, I will choose some main mental disorders and touch up with them briefly as well. Mental Disorders: There are five main categories of mental disorders, eating disorders is one of them, which I have researched lots of information on, so for this...Read More...
Last Reply By Tiana Andjelic (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
In my first round of research, I briefly touched into what causes an eating disorder such as Bulimia Nervosa, I will be going more into depth about the main causes that are associated with eating disorders. A big part of treating any disorder or disease is to look at why it started in the first place, targeting and eliminating these points can make for a faster treatment or recovery process. Looking into the causes, we can try to prevent them more often so the later generation would have...Read More...
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Last Reply By Maiya Callister (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, for this week, I will be debunking some of the myths that are commonly associated with eating disorders, commonly with Bulimia Nervosa. Many people are accustom to these misunderstandings with this eating disorders, thinking that it is easy to overcome and get over when it is not. This part is for other people who have not dealt with this eating disorder to get them more informed on this situation. Myth #1 Weight is what usually starts an eating disorder Yes, sometimes weight...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, for the least research round that I completed, I included the different types of emotional disorders and they they can be treated. Since I am comparing the treatment plans of these emotional disorder with this specific one, Bulimia Nervosa, I also need to know how bulimia is treated. I think this is very important to look into as many kids deal with this problem and knowing what this eating disorder is can help other people as well. Bulimia Bulimia is a serious and life treating...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hi, Everyone! Recently, I have decided to change my overall inquiry project a little so, there would be more to research on. The topic is: " how the recovery path of Bulimia Nervosa is different from other emotional disorders. This will provide me with lots of information and even more topic to research on, making this topic even more interesting. So, here is my research round! Lets take a look at what an emotional disorder is first: An ethical disorder refers to a phschological disorder...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone! For my first round of research in Butterfly Effect, I have decided to do something that affects health, more specifically with eating disorders. Many teenagers today deal with problems of body image; therefore, they feel the need to lose weight in a short period of time. Eating disorders can be causes by a wide range of events, for example mature or nurture. I want to be able to help those people how have suffered or are suffering with eating disorders and come up with a list...Read More...
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