Thursday, 18 January 2018

How to avoid introvert personality in people

Global Brain Drain On Health
                                                               Date 4-11-2017
November 5, 2017 ·                                             

Nalin Ranjan, Scientist

Kings College London Neuroscience

How to avoid introvert personality in people?
     I am surprise to see an article titled as “Extroverts sleep better, have fewer nightmares” appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 23-10-2017 stating that Someone who focuses on the outer world is deemed an extrovert, whereas someone predominantly concerned with their own thoughts and feeling is classed as an introvert.’ Although some experts believe the test isn’t useful in all situations, it’s widely considered to be a good marker of various character traits. After participants took the test, they were asked a series of questions related to their sleep and dream experiences.
The researchers found that personality type seemed to correlate with both sleep quality and what we dreamt about.
According to the study, extroverts are more likely to sleep through the night without waking up, and thus have more energy during the day and feel more alert. In fact, extroverts were found to be17.7% more likely to feel satisfied with their level of energy during waking hours than introverts.

     I firmly believe that introvert personality can be changed by increasing the level of voltage in the brain through the medium of light using photo shop software or using Multimedia software in drawing images by using the mind concentration with hand movement to move the mouse to create a image to perfection. It eventually changes the mind to draw the image to utmost perfection with the visual eyes that ultimately changes the mood from introvert to extrovert sort of character of a person through vision. These changes are brought by focusing eyes that alters the circadian clock through the medium of light bring good sleep at night by using this Medical Instrument patented in the year 1998 gives people a very sound sleep.
Nalin Ranjan
Brain Research Work

Copy of this report posted to “Imperial College Neuroscience Society” on 4-11-2017
Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuscience Societies” on 4-11-2017
Copy of this report posted to “Dr Philip Plait, Scientist from United States (California) on 4-11-2017

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