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Silence rewires your brain to be more intelligent

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Several studies have revealed that silence or an abrupt end to noise stimulates positive activity within the brain. Our bodies are naturally wired to crave rest and relaxation after high mental stimulation or intense physical activity. This rest and recharge ritual boosts strength and wellness, but the thought process benefits your brain. When you sit quietly, it reprograms your brain to improve your intelligence.
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Do you believe that silence really does rewire your brain? Why or why not?
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I stay silent sometimes... It's easier than arguing with idiots.
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I knew my kids where making me less intelligent. Hahaha.
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Until it is actually too much and you're going insane. Insight from other individuals is valuable to avoid negative looping and over thinking. But a good amount of solitude is definitely a must have.
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Omg, so when someone says stf up, they're trying to make you smarter
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"Science says ..." right.
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Regenerated brain cells may be just a matter of silence
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 A 2013 study on mice published in the journal Brain, Structure and Function used differed types of noise and silence and monitored the effect the sound and silence had on the brains of the mice. The silence was intended to be the control in the study but what they found was surprising. The scientists discovered that when the mice were exposed to two hours of silence per day they developed new cells in the hippocampus. The hippocampus is a region of the brain associated with memory, emotion and learning
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Enjoy the silence.
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This article says Finland is one of the best countries to experience silence.
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No surprises here. Constant noise does my head in and I’m amazed that it doesn’t seem to bother some people.
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That's why noise cancelling headphones.They're a great investment.
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