June 5, 2023

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One study reveals the sixth knowledge in humans

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According to the Al-Hurra Channel website, a recent British study revealed that there is a sixth sense in humans, which is “inner consciousness”.

According to a research paper by psychologist Jennifer Murphy at the Royal Holloway University in London, most people are familiar with the five senses of touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste, but not everyone knows they have an extra sense. Inner feeling “.

The report for the “Science Alert” website also cites research paper that sixth sense is the sense of the inner state of the human body and not the ability to predict things as many people think.

Understanding the inner state of the human body helps to understand and interpret the internal signals that regulate vital functions such as hunger, thirst, body temperature and heart rate.

This feeling, like warning a person to drink water when they are thirsty, warns the body when there is no balance.

Intuition is also important for mental health because it contributes to many psychological processes, including decision making, social competence and emotional well-being.

Although internalization is important for all aspects of health, little is known about how men and women differ in how accurately they perceive the internal signals in their body.

So far, studies have shown that men and women perceive and interpret internal signals and have come to different conclusions.

But this article gathered data from 93 studies of men and women looking at their inner senses, and focused on studies of how humans perceive heart, lung, and stomach signals.

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For example, some studies asked participants to count their heart rate, while others asked participants if they could detect differences in their breathing while breathing.

Analysis of the results found that intuition was actually different between men and women, and women were significantly less accurate in focusing on the heart and lungs than men.

These findings may be important to understand why many common mental conditions (such as anxiety and depression) are more common in women than in men after puberty.

According to the research paper, a good understanding of all the factors that affect physical and cognitive ability is important to develop the best treatment for many mental conditions in the future.