What are some psychological facts that people don't know?
90% of people between 10–29 years sleep with their phones.It is possible to die due to a broken heart. It is called as stress cardiomyopathy.If a person sleeps a lot, then he/she is sad.Having conversation with a woman gives man improved mental strength.Intelligent people are more likely to remain faithful while in a relationship.You have a favourite song? That's because you are emotionally attached to that song.1 in 5 people of India are mentally depressed, making it the most depressed country in the world.Most of us suffer from Phanthom Vibration syndrome. The feeling that your phone is vibrating when it's actually not.There is a gene that can cause you to be negative most of the time.It takes only 4 min. to fall in love.People who easily get distracted are more creative and tend to have more IQ.10% of world population is left handed.The larger your signature, the larger your self esteem.The smaller your handwriting, the lesser you are open to conversation.If the crush on someone lasts more than 4 months, it is considered as love.Wearing red coloured dress makes you desirable to the opposite sex.Creative people tend to get bored easily.Eating chocolates reduces stress.People who give you the best advice are the ones with most problems.When someone says “ I hate you", they really mean “ you hurt me".Pardon me! If anything is repetitive.Source: Google + life experience!
What does a heart attack feel like?
I had a major heart attack in 2014, and here is my story:I woke up not feeling well - I couldn’t explain it… I just didn’t feel well.Around 9am, my mother and father stopped by; they had gone to the stations of the cross at the church right down the road. I began feeling a pain in my right arm, but I tried to ignore it. My mother looked at me and said that I didn’t look well, but I told her I was fine, so her and my father left.So, it was just me and my 23 year old son. He saw me rubbing my arm and asked me what was wrong. I told him I wasn’t sure - that it was like a pressure pain that was moving up my arm. He said it sounded like a heart attack, and I laughed because I thought that I was too young for a heart attack. In 2014 I was going to be 43, I believe.Anyhow, I told him that I was going to take a hot shower and put the water on my arm but that I was going to leave the door open in case I needed him to call someone. I got in the shower. At that point, the pain was in my upper arm and neck. I stood under the hot water and aimed on my neck, but it did not help. I was uncomfortable, but I managed to get out and get dressed.I then told my son that maybe a nap would make me feel better, but after just two minutes of lying down, I was too uncomfortable to bear it. I thought that I would do a breathing treatment to make myself feel better. To this day, I still wonder why in the world I thought that a breathing treatment would be effective even though I was breathing just fine and the pain was in my arm and neck.Anyway, I took out my nebulizer and albuterol and started the machine. I took one deep breath and the pain shot up from about a 5 to past a 10. I cried for my son to call 911.I made it to the local hospital, and they performed many tests and gave by nitro glycerin four times. They then stabilized me so that I could fly in the Flight for Life helicopter into the city for emergency surgery. In the city, I had a stent put in. That night, the nurse accidentally opened up my surgical site and blood splattered everywhere, making me lose so much blood that I needed two transfusions.I was told that I was lucky to be alive, and that I should have come in to the hospital when I first felt the pain in my arm and neck, and that that would have saved me a lot of trouble. I also suffered a mild brain injury because I didn’t have enough oxygen going to my head.
How does it feel to be high on heroin?
Pull back. The blood rushes in. I got it. Slowly push the plunger? I want this to last. Pull it back out again, the blood swirls back in. Now. Squeeze. This is what they mean by a rush. It rushes up my arm in tingles. Then it hits. Shit. It is like a mini explosion of pure pleasure. Everything is blissful and beautiful psychologically. I love everything. It is pure joy to be alive, to have a body; briefly that is the only awareness. Depending on the quantity and quality this echoes a little or a lot. Sometimes it is there for hours. Sometimes it fades to just feeling amazing.It is sensual. All your nerves are on fire and just having someone run their fingers along your skin feels delicious. It isn't really sexual. I think it is simply that the intensity of the experience lends itself to being described that way. It is actually difficult to orgasm while high on Heroin. Most people can't, but a woman can, with determination. Wow. Wow. Wow.If you are doing nothing then you tend to "nod off" which is definitely similar to the dozing state after you wake up. When really stoned dreams feel very real (lucid) and often you are disturbed by replying. Woken up by your own talking, it can be quite confusing that there is another reality.Most people tend to try to be inactive to encourage this state. Those of us with backwards brains (ADHD users are often talkers on heroin) like to do things like read or talk to get into an "awesome" conversation. I used to take a little bit to do school work because it helped me focus. Anyway I am getting off the subject.This is when you are "high" on heroin. This gets rarer the more you use regularly as your tolerance rises.