School and university students often panic when faced with an exam, especially if youhave not had time to learn. Rather than surrender, the final seconds could be used toread, because in a state of panic read brains are better able to remember it well. Panic during an exam situation may trigger the release of stress hormones cortisol andadrenaline. Both these hormones are able to change the mechanism of action diyaknihippocampus, part of the brain that regulate memory and ability to learn something.
Changes in the mechanism of epigenetic modification called it creates its chainDeoxyribo Nuceic Acid (DNA) in the hippocampus as re-programmed. If is often difficultto remember or understand something, then everything can seem easier when you’repanicking. “We often experience, bitter memories in tough times sometimes more lasting thangreat memories,” said Professor Hans Reul, neurologists from the University of Bristol, as quoted from the Telegraph.
In a study in the journal Experimental Neurology, Professor Reul said the stress factors experienced by a person causes the bad memories more memorable. The same mechanism also occurs during a panic, for example, when studying all night before the exam. Not all school and university students can be successful by learning the all sudden, butProf. Reul said the result could be more effective if someone is able to manage stress. That is, the person must stay focused despite being panicky.
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