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Re: Research 2.1 Exercise, the stress that lessens stress?

Jim Liu (Charles Best) ·
Yo Ben! Very interesting topic that i would say just experimenting, it's true to me. But as you went on the science level, it makes more sense now. The human brain is complex, and how things work just makes it even more complex. Something related to this, could also exercise make you not feel tired? Meaning, you are tired, and when say, you do something active (exercising) and it makes you less tired.... Cool stuff! ~Jim CA CBSS
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Re: Research 2.1 Exercise, the stress that lessens stress?

Hi Ben! This topic is incredibly interesting, as one stress (exercise) can help alleviate another. Are you looking into doing any experiments to test this in the real world? Interested in the rest of your research!
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Re: Research 2.1 Exercise, the stress that lessens stress?

Mary Wothaya (Sweetwaters) ·
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Re: Research 2.1 Exercise, the stress that lessens stress?

Rhea Manhas (Charles Best) ·
Hi Ben! Great round of research! It's pretty cool to learn stuff like this because I know when I get really stressed, I tend to try to forget about it and procrastinate to get my mind off it. So now I know if I want to reduce my stress I can simply just take a walk or a jog. Good luck with your research
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Re: Research 2.1 Exercise, the stress that lessens stress?

Ben Laird (LFAS) ·
Yes Jim, exercise can, and quite regularly does, work effectively in tightening senses and increasing alertness. Although it doesn't actually make up for loss of sleep it is a very effective thing to do in the morning. The relationship between sleep and exercise is actually quite an important topic and I plan on doing a post on it. I think I'll do that next week in light of your question. Thanks! Thanks everybody for the comments and links! Ben Laird
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Re: Research 2.2 The Relationship between mirror neurons and physical fitness.

Hi Ben, Great research! It was interesting to read. I suppose that's why we laugh when someone else is laughing, even if we don't know what's funny? Here are a couple of websites I hope will help you with your next round of research: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2782301/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4341978/ Good luck!
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Re: Research 2.2 The Relationship between mirror neurons and physical fitness.

Hey Ben, Dude your work is such a pleasure to read, and is always very interesting. Do you know if someone who does not understand the basics can learn the basics of a sport by watching people repeat those motions? And are you going to look into the "do" portion of seeing and doing? By that i mean repetition such. As always i wish you good luck in continuing your research and hope to see more from you soon! Good luck, Seth
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Research 2.1 Exercise, the stress that lessens stress?

Ben Laird (LFAS) ·
For my second round of research I have decided to stay on the course of what I have been doing for the past few weeks. I am fascinated with neuroscience and plan to stay the remainder of this year and, so far as I am thinking now, the entirety of next year as well focusing on this area of study; on the premise of exercise's effect on the brain in varying respects. I may also touch on how other components of our lives, environments, and stimuli that we are exposed to affect neural functions.
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Research 2.2 The Relationship between mirror neurons and physical fitness.

Ben Laird (LFAS) ·
Last week I focused on how exercise can reduce stress by causing or rather replacing the stress with other types of stress. At the end I got on to the topic of the neurological similarities (in terms of which neurons are fired) between doing something and watching that thing done. This week I have decided to centre an entire post around the concepts of empathy and "Mirror Neurons." I will start by defining mirror neurons, explaining how they work, and then relating them to exercise. I will...
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What is beauty? Reflection on social media

Mirror mirror on the wall who's the fairest of them all? In the pursuit of beauty, starved for attention, in need of perfection, filtered, distorted, instant beauty, snap and post. In the dark looking for a like, follow me! How are teenangers using social media to express themselves. Are we using it to celebrate how we are unique? In search of what to be like - in order to be liked? How is social media affecting our perception of beauty and of ourselves? Is the beauty we post an attraction...
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Re: What is beauty? Reflection on social media

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
hello Kaley. This is a very interesting topic to look into, especially when relating beauty with the social media and its impact. here is what i think about beauty, and some information i got on the link below about beauty. True beauty is reflected in one's soul—being truthful, honest, helpful, and trustworthy. Smiling at others even when you are having a bad day, complimenting someone and meaning it, spending time with family and friends, kindness, and most importantly being the best person...
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Re: What is beauty? Reflection on social media

Joanna Whitter (Charles Best) ·
Hey Kailey, I really like that you are looking into a very current and relevant topic. Many people are now starting to challenge beauty standards and are questioning whether or not they are necessary. Additionally, people are looking at how these standards affect individuals, specifically younger teenagers. I think it would also be neat if you looked slightly into how "beautiful" people are perceived by society and, inversely, how "ugly" people are. It would also be neat if you tied this...
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Re: What is beauty? Reflection on social media

Kaley Stockton (Charles Best) ·
thank you so much Joanna,really apreciate the support!!
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