The depressive state can affect our thought process, behaviour and feelings. In fact, it can severely affect our physical, psychological and social wellness.

 A depressive person will lose all happiness, self-confidence and hopes in life and thus at stake to complete any task. That individual will feel irritability, anxiety, phobias and unnecessary worries. One of the crucial state for a depressive person is the suicidal tendency.

 Being Depressed – Is it Depressive Disorder?

 All types of sadness or grief are not the state of depression.

 Financial failure or contingency, the demise of a close person, stagnant career are all harsh conditions in our life. Definitely, that individual becomes being “depressed”. However, this kind of depression or unhappiness is not the same as or characterized as a depressive disorder.

 During the loss of a loved one, it’s very common for the person to feel intense sadness, vacuum in life, and show the symptoms of depressive disorder. Become confirming the state of depression; a psychologist considers the client’s situation, intensity and duration.

 Depression – Statistics

 According to WHO fact sheets

  1. Depression is a common mental disorder, with over 300 million people of all age suffering globally (year 2015).
  2. Depression is a leading cause of disability globally.
  3.  Depression is seen more in women when compared to men.
  4. Depression can lead to suicide, with over 800,000 people die every year.
  5. There are treatments (psychological & pharmacological) available for moderate and severe depression.
  6. One in 20 people in Indian suffers from depression.

Categorization of Depression

 Depression is categorized into three types depending upon its intensity.

  • Mild Depression: It affects daily activities and is common in society. Mild depression requires psychological intervention, or else it will get worse.
  • Moderate Depression:  Affected person lose happiness and hopefulness of life. The enjoyable activities which were pleasant for the person will have no or minimum interest in it. Moreover, the person loses their confidence and self-esteem, showcasing less energy and gradual withdrawal from all the activities.
  • Severe Depression:  In this condition, the person withdraws entirely from all activities and social gatherings. They always try to keep themselves in a closed room and try to detach from everyone.

Severe depression leads to suicidal tendency.

Both biochemistry and environment factors lead to the state of depression. Imbalance of certain neurotransmitters will affect the balanced mood of a person, gradually leading t depression or other mood disorders. In fact, continuous distress and bad life experiences are the environmental factors of depression.

Depression Diagnosing Criteria

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) suggests a few symptoms for diagnosing depression. Among them, five or more symptoms will be experienced by a person for two weeks periods, and at least one of the symptoms must be either (1) depressed mood or (2) loss or pleasure.

  1. depressed mood (most of the days or every day)
  2. gradually increasing lack of interest in all or most of the activities (most of the days or every day)
  3. Noticeable weight loss without any diet or weight gain, decrease or increase in appetite nearly every day.
  4. The slowing down of thoughts and reduced level of physical movements.
  5. Fatigue almost every day.
  6. Worthlessness feeling or inappropriate guilt (almost every day)
  7. Diminished ability to think or concentrate on indecisiveness (almost every day)
  8.  Repeated thoughts of death and chronic suicidal tendency.

Depression affects every activity of an individual. It arises physical and emotional problems. This individual will face an inability to function at work, society and home. The following are the symptoms of depression, and it needs to be considered:

  1. No interest in enjoyable activities once enjoyed
  2. Guilty feeling
  3. Less energy and fatigue
  4. Insomnia or excess of sleep
  5. difficulty to think and inability to take decisions
  6. Always feeling sad and depressive mood
  7. Loss of interest to have food
  8.  Muscles stiffness
  9. thinking of death or suicide
  10. shortness in breath

If these symptoms are continued over a week, its recommended to be diagnosed. There are other causes for these symptoms like thyroid dysfunctions, brain tumour or vitamins deficiency. So medical supervision is also essential to recognize the conditions. A blood test is required to rectify the biological reasons for these symptoms.


India will fight back,” we hear it now and then, and these words bring us goosebumps.  

These words will startle you in such a way that our hormones start to release, and neurons will activate, which causes muscles to shrink and expand. When a war is about to happen, the first thing that comes to our minds is the breathtaking pictures of ancient gods, emperors, and generals. These thoughts occur from the ancient storylines filled with deceptions, murders, heroic stories, and adventures. We characterize and manifest these heroes so that we can see them in real action. These thoughts manifest due to frequent changes in the human brain and body. 

Modern humanity is always struggling with the ancient tribal feeling and common sense. In the intersection of knowledge, experience, and sensations of his territory, a human being has the ability to create unique experiences in the features, lifestyles and cultural forms. Our fundamental nature will always try to defend the feelings of our race. The emotional feeling about nationality will run through our veins.

Individual feelings are the key factors of every political and social affair. Each person believes they are the centre of the world whether they reside in-country, group, religion or cultural platform. They don’t care about the situations or injustice occurring to people of a different province.

 The concern about the boundaries and nationality reflects the evolving circumstances and surroundings. It embodies the prejudices of society, past resonances and the genetic heritage that will lead to occur as a quality of life. People are always worried about the boundaries because of the genetic impulse that generates from the imaginary thought; his neighbour will concur his territory.

War is Man’s Paradise

War is always meant to be the man’s place. From ancient time itself, men gain female attention through the war that protects their tribes. Masculine characters, superhuman figures and violent games are new ways of restoration of ancient war fields. The achieved satisfaction, adventure, and competitiveness through the activities like run, jump, throw, swim, and wrestling are all created from the evolutionary stresses that accumulate in the brain. It is the byproduct of the natural and biochemical condition of the male.

Battles Sitting Inside the Room

In the modern scenario, physical exertions and adventures are created in the new forms of manifestations. The behaviours and responses of a new lifestyle in the modern era, are searching for new factors which influence the chemical changes on man’s demand, feelings and motivations. Technological advancements in the 21st centuries allow us to lead the war by sitting inside their house. Cyberworld provides an opportunity to perform and experience emotions more intensely. Smartphones and computers limited human wandering into small premises. We try to find new pleasurable ways to gain inner satisfaction. Yet the boundaries of human ambitions are not defined. An internal battle happens inside everybody when we try to suppress the animalistic emotions and sensations. 

The urge of conquering that arise from the historical tales are the ultimate reasons for the human’s desire for war. 


Anxiety and Fear: The Difference

Anxiety is defined as emotionally complicated response similar to that of fear. Both processes originate in the same portion of the brain and cause a similar physiological and behavioural reaction that will help deal with danger. However, fear and anxiety vary slightly, in which fear is typically linked with a clear, present, and identifiable threat, while anxiety arises in the absence of immediate danger. In other words, fear occurs in real troubling situations. For example, anxiety happens when a truck crosses the centre line and heading towards our car while driving. Then we have a sense of dread or discomfort, but actually, we aren’t in danger at that moment.

 The Beginning of Anxiety

Usually, everyone experiences fear and anxiety. Several events cause sudden threat feelings in our life, such as severe thunderstorm destroying our house, or a vision of strange dog bounding toward us. Anxiety begins in these kinds of situations when we worry about the safety of our loved ones, when we hear a strange noise late at night, or when we contemplate everything we need to complete before an upcoming deadline at work. The majority of people will experience anxiety, especially under these types of stressful situations. Problems arise when the anxiety begins to interfere with the important aspects of our life. In that case, we need to gain control over the anxiety and deal with it to shape our lives.

Impact of Anxiety

Anxiety will cause severe damage to people’s lives beyond the reach of imagination. For example, some people are troubled by worries that haunt in every waking moment, while others will suffer from insomnia. Some will struggle with adjusting new location and circumstances, while others fear about public speaking. These things will cause insecurity for their job and personal life. Other examples are a new working mother needing to finish all the household stuff every morning before she can leave her child with a sitter. A teenager whose house was destroyed by the hit of a tornado shall be haunted by nightmares and can result in suspension from school due to fighting with his classmates. In the case of plumbers, fear of encountering large spiders during their job will destroy his income. A child’s fear of interacting with teachers will affect their education. Even though anxiety has the power to destroy the basic activities of an individual’s life, all of them can get back to their normal life. Because of technological revolutions, understanding the structure of the brain that creates anxiety is easily possible, thereby helping them to find confidence.

Scientific Proof of Anxiety

Several laboratories across the world have been conducting researches to understand the neurological connection with anxiety. Research on animals has uncovered new information about the neurological fundamentals of fear. Researchers were able to identify the structure of the brain, which is responsible for the protective responses. At the same time, new technologies like magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography scans, have provided detailed information about the functioning of the brain in various situations. This new information allows neuroscientists to bridge connections between animal research and human research. As a result, we obtain a clear understanding of fear and anxiety, which can predict all kind of human emotions.

 Root of Anxiety

The scientists noticed significant information on two different pathways that generate anxiety in the brain. One path originates in the cerebral cortex, which is the large, convoluted and grey part of the brain that deals with the perceptions and thoughts of our situations. The other begins in the amygdalas, contains two small, almond-shaped structures situated one on each side of the brain. This amygdala triggers the ancient fight-or-flight response, which has been passed down virtually unchanged from the earliest vertebrates on earth. Both pathways play a role in anxiety, although some types of anxiety are more associated with the cortex, while others are directly attributed to the amygdala. In psychotherapy treatment for anxiety, the focus has been given on the cortex pathway, which involves altering the thoughts of anxiety and logically arguing against causes. However, recent developments in the research suggest that the amygdala also plays important in controlling anxiety. 


The review of more than 40 studies shows a strong indication of the effectiveness of psychotherapy. This includes patients with medical depressive disorder, OCD, PTSD, and other diagnoses. To find the connection between the cure and the psychotherapy treatment, various techniques were implemented. Some studies used structural brain imaging, which displays brain anatomy, while others used functional scans that demonstrate brain activity for the analysis. In the brain imaging approach, the researcher analyzed brain imaging scans to predict psychotherapy outcomes for major depressive and anxiety disorders. Also, psychiatrists are interested in identifying brain imaging marks of response for the psychotherapy treatment compared with electrocardiograms and laboratory tests.

Responsible Areas of the Brain

Researchers cannot identify a specific brain area that was consistently associated with response to psychotherapy. The results did identify some “candidate markers,” which suggests that psychotherapy might be related to activity in two deep brain areas.

  1. Amygdala: involved in mood responses and emotional memories
  2. Anterior insula: involved in awareness of the body’s physiologic state, anxiety responses, and feelings of disgust.

In the case of medical depressive disorder, patients with higher activity in the amygdala were more likely to respond to psychotherapy. In contrast, in some studies, the response to psychotherapy is higher for the lower anterior insula activity in anxiety disorders and more moderate activity in medical depressive disorder.

Another study shows that the anterior cingulate cortex, which is the frontal brain area plays a critical role in regulating emotions when linked psychotherapy response. Whereas, for medical depressive disorder patients, most of the evidence suggests that lower activity in some parts of the anterior cingulate cortex were more likely to have outcomes with psychotherapy.

Future Focus

All these reports indicate that the studies on psychotherapy response need to focus further on these individual regions of the brain. We need to give attention to further investigations on the pre-treatment functional connectivity between these individual regions. Also, the affective experience is modulated via reciprocal connections between brain areas such as the anterior cingulate cortex and the amygdala.

The researchers emphasize the limitations of current evidence on neuro-imaging markers of psychotherapy response. The analysis based on the methodology and the outcomes indicate that the results are highly variable. Further studies are required to assess the performance of potential neuroimaging markers over time. It will help the doctors to predict which patients will respond better to medications versus psychotherapy. They might be integrated with clinical features to improve outcomes for treatments of patients with depression and anxiety disorders.


Developments that happened over thousands of years as experience and knowledge in the east and recent scientific advances in the west confirmed the health benefits of mindfulness and related psychological interventions. Mindfulness is about noticing the present moment with a conscious mind and a compassionate, open, and loving heart. When mindfulness is brought to its core, two essential parts remain:

  1. to notice and 
  2. to accept and appreciate what is noticed. 

The witness to consciousness, observations, and stays without grasping will allow every moment to flow in and out so that the next moment will flow in ultimately. To unfold the gaze of our attention, along with the conscious, aware, and observing mind, we consider kindness, friendly, accepting, generous, gentle, loving, and grateful to every experience and each sensation, thought, or feeling. In this way, awareness encourages us to treasure our expertise at every moment as though it were our first and last precious gift worthy of full attention. We all can know what is happening in the body, mind, and heart in each moment and to accept and befriend what we notice. Mindfulness, positive psychology gives us the tools to engage fully in our experience and live without censorship.

Four main Lessons in Mindfulness

Four significant lessons in the mindfulness are: 

  1. breath, 
  2. intention, 
  3. survey and 
  4. body stretch. 

Breathing will bring your attention to the inner space, which you can acquire through taking several deep and mindful breaths—secondly, a silent acknowledgment of practice intentions establishing our intention. Surveying our body by comfortably lying down is another important aspect.

 The breathing process should be monitored and then gently survey the body. Finally, through body stretching exercise, the tension in the various muscle groups can be relaxed.

Mindful Standing and Walking

1. Mindful Standing

Standing mindfully is a versatile and straightforward practice that enhances body awareness, balancing, and centering. 

Steps for mindful standing practice. First of all, Get in a good standing position. Then gently close your eyes, and establish your intention. After that, bring your full attention to the standing position. Finally, note the sensations at the bottom of your feet and be aware of the muscles that are keeping your body upright.

2. Mindful walking

An essential thing in mindful walking is the connection with breathingDo not lose your connection to the breath during mindful walking. You can incorporate walking with the rhythm of your breath for enhanced consciousness of walking and breathing. Secondly, Notice the bodily sensations in each component of the step. You need to clap your hands, put one hand in the other, or hold your hands together in the back. When the mind wanders with judgments, emotions, or thoughts, arise, acknowledge them, and gently bring the attention back to the walking. 

 The Mindfulness RAIN Approach

RAIN stands for recognition, acceptance, investigation, and non-identification. 

To apply RAIN to thoughts, start with a few mindful breaths, bringing the attention inward. Then do the following steps, initially, recognize the thought followed by becoming aware of it. If there is a particular thought asking for your attention, bring your full attention to that thought. Finallyinvestigate the thought and pay close attention to the various qualities of the thoughts.

Cultivating Positive States

Inspiration, Surprise, Love, and Challenges are essential tools to cultivate positive states. Inspiration is about being in touch with our dreams, creativity, and creative fire. However, surprise requires that we trust what comes our way while staying fluid, flexible, and curious. In the case of love, it touches the deepest layers of our being and keeps us connected to our most profound expressions of humanity. Lastly, the challenges invite us to stretch and grow beyond our comfort zone; to not rely on what is familiar; and to explore new possibilities, interests, and domains.

 Mindfulness Loving-Kindness Practice

To practice the mindfulness of loving and kindness, imagine yourself vividly. Picture yourself as you are now. If you think it will help you conjure up tenderness towards yourself presently, think of yourself as a baby or a child held in love and kindness. Smile at your image and give your body the message of joy and ease.

Bring IT All Together to make a Mindful Day

Plan a mindful day to carry out in a proper silence. During that time, you have set aside for your mindful day, maintain calm, and open yourself without doing anything. You have to follow the simplicity of being, such as sitting, walking, listening, seeing, eating, cleaning, stretching, and attending to and being aware of these states. Most importantly, minimize the expectations and incorporate nature into the day as much as possible. 


People now live in a civilized world of comfort that was never experienced in human history before. Man lives in a custom-designed astonishing world that was created with the help of science and technologies. Even after having all these facilities, people aren’t happy; they became restless with progressing life. The new studies suggest that millions of people will die from internal stress and depression by 2050. What causes human life disturbing? Why are the suicide cases increasing? What things they actually require? Why can’t humans live in harmony?

Is suicide a cause of mental illness?

Suicide was attributed to many forms of mental disorders, such as psychiatric disabilities, schizophrenia, personality disorder, and anxiety disorders. Such disorders are definitely internal health problems resulting from metabolic changes triggered by hormones, sensory nerves, and nervous systems. When we discover the socio-economic, political, and ideological factors that cause depression and peacelessness, those disturbing conditions are physically felt by people who suffer. Drugs and health habits that balance the chemicals in the brain have somewhat relieved the stresses of life. Yet modern world luxuries and knowledge do not really perpetuate the sweetness of our lives. Humans remained dissatisfied and became suicidal. 

Humans have a lively experience of dissatisfaction, even with all these better living facilities. Also, while enjoying pleasurable life, human beings became belligerent due to chemical changes taking place in their bodies. Human basic nature is such that he will always try to achieve new goals. This short-term happiness is unlikely to last for long. 

Human life is always going through evolutionary pressure regarding the possibility of new things and the productivity of life. The brain is in a state of internal and external tension due to the demands created from the basics of hunger and safety. This will develop sensations for enjoyment. Social recognition and luxury life are its forms.

There are also fundamental inherent traits of humans. Inquisition, adventure, and creativity are examples of some of the basic behaviors. The desires, feelings, passions, and greed of life are evolved. No changes have occurred in the biological and chemical activity in the human body depending on the environmental variations. Justifying those who commit suicide from a psychological perspective is a gross violation of human rights. Suicide is the creation of social disharmony. 

Slaves never attempted for suicide

The slaves always have the position of animals, but they basically try to remain as slaves. Suicides among them were very less. They were only concerned about overcoming their struggles. They don’t even recognize their identity.

Until today, people who abstain from luxury and perform painful rituals struggle to understand life’s meaning. Because of their primitive lifestyle, they have very little sense of their identity. They rely on materialistic beliefs and sculptures for survival. Individuals who live with ideas of immortality, superstition, and firm religious beliefs have not yet developed a sense of their own identity, which makes them slaves of the modern world. They behave as inanimate objects with no particular thoughts or opinions. There are people who are willing to die for religion, for God, for the nation. Even for the recognition of themselves and their family members, they will proudly sacrifice their lives while living. Such deaths are hailed as heroic because every member of society believes in childhood.

Will suicide rates continue to increase?

Human awareness about life continues to increase over a millennium. The 21st-century man gained the ability to acquire and expand the knowledge and refine his identity. Modern civilization has decided that the purpose of life is to enjoy and be happy, creating human biological needs. Many ideologies that stand against human desires ultimately came to an end. A human who was aware of their rights is unsatisfied with the discrimination in the world. Humans who have been enslaved for thousands of years will be dissatisfied with the current state of affairs. Suicide rates are higher among those who are self-conscious. But among those living in traditional rural environments, suicide rates are lower. 

Knowledge, education, and economic status are all key factors that determine the social status of humans. The surrounding environment determines everybody’s criteria for happiness, so losing recognition is hard and leads to suicidal—suicide increases in communities where the recognition in society is considered very important. 

Those who are conscious of the concepts of social justice and equality will be dissatisfied in the conditions where their rights as human beings are denied. For various reasons, the inability to use one’s own abilities and perform well in society will create a sense of lifelessness. 

Is suicide prevention possible?

The world of man’s pleasure, with all kinds of food, fertility, survival, and sex, is becoming ever more significant. Getting satisfaction is very difficult for human beings. They will commit suicide for recognition or lack of recognition in society. Pointing out 1000 reasons to live will not be enough for those who decided to die due to a lack of social acceptance. In this kind of situation, a person should move to a new environment leaving the problematic society. Identifying the signs of the man who is about to commit suicide and providing proper medical treatment can help at least temporarily. Various therapeutic psychotherapies can be useful to some extent. We cannot make a final solution with medication and biochemical changes. The social and political focus needs to give to address these situations seriously.


Unscientific and misinterpreted ways of education are followed over a century. Children are treated against their human instinct. Teachers are trying to prescribe the textbook information forcibly. Values, ethics, and punishments continue to be practised in accordance with old mythology. The educational system runs through many false concepts such as intellects can be created through systematic training and passing exams. The gender-consciousness and parochialism are artificially infused into the children. While the religious-consciousness are merely imposed and continue to practice from their childhood. As a result, today’s youth cannot make independent decisions even after schooling. Unfortunately, even those who learn science follow unscientific lifestyle.

Creating Moral Police

The missionaries are propagating the viewpoints of Victorian-era moralist, which explains that the sexual feelings among emotions are ugly and immoral. Even today, the misconceptions about sexual feelings are forcefully imposed through the education systems. From the very first grade, the boys and girls are taught to sit separately. The social environment creates a morality that keeps both genders away from each other. While various forms of oppression arise from social conditions, immoral sexual activities are allowed through different contexts. This is going to cause great confusion among children’s. Schools that seek to destroy the premises of men and women are creating youth as moral police.

Are you aware of the children’s brain?

Human children are weak and powerless. In order to survive, they need to learn a lot. The lessons of accumulated experience of human society were learned during the long period of childhood. During the growing period, the bone structure and joints of the baby’s brain are fragile. Connections between the various nerves systems and the development of biological activities in the brain will occur over a long period of time. The surrounding environment will influence the functioning of the children’s brain during its development. Brain development is a continuous process of living things. In humans, it is not based on stimulus-response or development of habits, as in animals. A child’s brain has excellent flexibility. The frontal lobe, which is the seat of intellectual capacity and its grey matter have been thick and hard since childhood. Improved brain development is accompanied by changes in the brain which occur with grey matter growth. To enrich its function, one needs to have the experience of determining cellular connections from infancy. The functions of the sensory cortex of children are highly efficient. It’ll stimulate the senses to gather outside world information. We need to create opportunities to form synapse links that make connections between neurons. It requires a wide range of environments. The sensory messages receiving from the outside world is the beginning of acquiring knowledge. The foundation of knowledge is gained through interaction with the outside world and through different forms of transforming activities. Children are very interested in the external world, and they are curious and imaginative in everything. By birth, they have a particular interest in the environment, and their senses are always open to acquiring more knowledge. Therefore, for the internal development of children, they need to experience the plentiful outside world. It is necessary to develop their biologically systematic features. At a certain point in their developmental stage, children should be allowed to grow up in a diverse environment, so that the child can perform naturally and adapt to changing circumstances. The lush green tree scenery, the light of dawn, the golden evenings, the impossible greats, the vast plains and dynamic waterways are all very appealing to their senses. The stripes of life with comfortable sights will enrich their inner world.

Unwanted schools and teachers

By the time a child completes a semester, half of what they have learned will be outdated as the science and technology industry is revolutionising with innovations every fraction of a second. Changes in the socio-economic and political area are also happening rapidly. Modern society demands a flexible approach to education that is ready to change over time. Schools and teachers who compel their students to earn A+ grades are becoming responsible for modern society. They become foolish enough to move on with many obsolete ideas. We require education that develops skills according to a child’s desire. Schools are not only places for making friendships but also to acquire knowledge through experience. Children’s emotional and personal developments are occurring through the interaction with friends and not through their teachers. Teachers need to act as helpers rather than teaching them discipline. Discipline is a set of rules and regulations that evolve and regulate the child from within. This is also the area of social responsibility. Discipline is a set of rules which evolve and regulate from the inside of a child. It is the behaviour that needs to be recognised. Children are not the people of the future; they are people of the present.


Imagine you are driving your car through a busy street. Despite the traffic, excessive noise, and chaos, your driving is not interrupted. Your car is moving slowly through the traffic jams and narrow streets, but you are not conscious about the activities of your hands and feet. Even you are speaking to other people inside the car. You can drive the car, and simultaneously, you can speak with another person, which means your conscious mental experience and unconscious activities in the brain are ongoing.  With all these complicated things going on, why doesn’t your car collide with another vehicle?

This is because the brain treats the car as a body organ. You will automatically control your path when you encounter another car because you consider that vehicle as an external matter coming into your body. Indeed, many material things associated with the human body function as one organ. Advancements of technologies in the 21st century make us use smartphones, sensors, and hand-held bands that act as part of the body today. These sophisticated gadgets examine blood pressure, heart rate, blood sugar levels, body temperature, sleep, physical activity, and hydration to determine the individual’s lifestyle, habits, and interests.   Artificial intelligence is aware of the information that the human mind can’t comprehend.  Also, significant changes in human life are occurring through the integration of genetic technologies with everyday life. By stimulating specific areas of the human brain, various internal senses can be created and eliminated. This has been proved by experimenting with computer chips in the brain.

The adoption of new technologies and knowledge has led to more promising and luring conditions. The different sensory impulses that produce biochemical changes lead to an enchanting trance. A new sense of taste, hobbies, and additive mannerisms are endless. The basic needs such as food, sexuality are the reasons for aggressive behaviour, greed, shame, kindness, and cooperation. The happiness and satisfaction will last only for a few fractions of a moment. But human sensory nerves, nervous systems, and hormones do not stop its function.

The inner manifestation of man is the creation of motives, thoughts, and feelings, which, in turn, is caused by the complex mechanisms of the nervous system behind it. Today, there are techniques available for predicting the behaviour of individuals from their biometric information.  An algorithm of mental distortion which observes brain situation and body of an individual can provide better insight into his condition.  Artificial intelligence is making a revolution in the way of current therapeutic approaches, in which converting biochemical activity of the brain processes into electrical signals, thereby using it to compute the mental state of the individual. Awareness of the conflicting situations that affect each person can be helpful in self-management activities.

Artificial intelligence is a programmed mechanism for carrying out specific tasks. It does not substitute for the complexities of the human brain because of the lack of self-awareness, emotions, or senses. They are created exclusively for human emotions, desires, and experiences. Many cognitive abilities that are performed by humans’ intellectual qualities are evolved through the application of the programmed machines. The necessity of human psychology tools also arises when artificial intelligence takes responsibility for cognitive abilities such as learning, decision-making, problem-solving, and environmental assessment.  Human being becomes mechanical, following a fixed set of responses when the transactions, communications, trade, and friendships are made possible through the cyber world.

People who rely on digital devices for a long time will experience internal tension and illusion due to the lack of public relations. Human reality development does not occur individually; it is gained through forming groups, public interactions, and socializing. It is disgusting to realize that this genetically structured lifestyle is impossible through the digital world’s developments. Eventually, the human brain will adapt to new circumstances. Human society survived in almost all conditions by creating and adapting a suitable environment.


Thousands of videos and blog posts are available online on the internet, titled ’10 types of women who don’t like men, 10 secrets to make money, 10 ways to avoid getting sick, nails, and the physical characteristics of cheaters’. Millions of people seek these kinds of things on various social media platforms and are spreading like anything. Prophecy, omens, reasons, and various predictive sciences – all propagate with the mantle of science.

Various distinctions have been made in the name of psychology based on human body structure and behavioural differences. By the shape of the brain, we can identify human beings. Intellectuals tend to have heavier brain weight on the front. Whiteface and long hair are characteristics of goodness. Short people tend to be tricky. The prostitute’s fingers would be quite different from normal women. People with thick lips and flatten nose tend to be dangerous.  Such distorted ideas are being promoted as part of social divisions and contradictions.

Why Exaggerated Information?

Human life is filled with anxieties and tensions. Not only that, but humans are also concerned about their future. Will the partner cheat, or do we get sick? Will the financial situation improve? Many other life-afflicting thoughts bother people. Deadly diseases, famines, adverse conditions, and uncertainties of life – humankind is always in the midst of ever-worsening problems. Humans want easy ways to cope with life’s stresses and loves to consider things beyond the limits of knowledge and control.

There are certain features hidden in human nature. It is the brain system that sustains all the patterns, habits, and stimuli that have lived so long in a world full of ambitions remain the same.

The dimensions of the mental state are beyond the understanding of an average human being. Many people believe that every thought, every emotion, and every moment observes an invisible phenomenon. And when faced with adversity, the human brain often neglects the smart ways of logic. The world of experiencing, speaking, writing, and interpreting thought characters are not the same as it is now, and there is something beyond that, that the human mind cannot comprehend or explain.

The human brain is always trying to find dangerous things. Human dwelling is the desire to know the horrors and bad things of life. Human societies, which were once small tribes, have now become major cyberspace. People expect shocking news, and we love knowing the worst things in other people’s lives. It is this feature of human nature that makes the existence of exaggerated news possible.

Ways of Illusory Comfort

A human being is a self-conscious creature. Though we are always in the present, we are excited about the past and the future; the internal experiences are continually changing. The thoughts are the defining minds are in total turmoil. Often rationality is lost in the flurry of emotions. Faith in supernatural powers, such as fictional gods and demons, is an illusion for humans.

The false notions that have existed for millennia are based on the personal feeling of individuals. When a person’s reality is based on his or her belief, tests cannot be proved. Each belief and assumption can be communicated with likeminded people, so irrational beliefs and concepts can be firmly established.

Although facts from the fields of neuroscience, genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence have dispelled many ancient myths, the use of sophisticated techniques is being promoted with new superstitions. Human beings have all that. The human brain is a confluence of contradictions.


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