Career in Interior Designing: Skills needed, job opportunities, salary and where to study

Here are the skills you need, job opportunities, salary details and where you can study interior designing. Rapid urbanisation backed by the rising cosmopolitan culture and improved lifestyle is aspiring people to accommodate themselves in luxurious and comfortable spaces. This gradual shift in lifestyle is definitely a boon to the interior designing industry of India, which is growing at 8 per cent (CAGR) and is expected to reach US$ 1,138 million by 2021. Amidst this steady growth, the industry is beckoning to people who have a great aesthetic sense and the…

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Recalling violent incidents may hamper memory, cognitive skills.

People who experience violent incidents in their life and often recall them, even those that happened up to a decade earlier, may be at an increased risk of having short-term memory loss and poor cognitive control, a study has claimed. According to researchers, a stronger short-term memory is positively associated with school attainment, job performance, and with lower probability of contracting Alzheimer’s disease and post-traumatic stress disorder. On the other hand, a weaker cognitive control among children can lead to problems with physical health, higher mortality rates, lower personal wealth and criminal…

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Why Good Nap Time is Essential for Kids to Develop Language Skills

It is no secret that a good night’s sleep makes you feel better. Not only does sleep give your body time to rest and recharge, it may also be crucial to your brain’s ability to learn and remember. Healthy sleep puts us in the right state of mind to take in information as we go about the day. Sleep actually triggers changes in the brain that solidify memories – strengthening connections between brain cells and transferring information from one brain region to another. Imaging and behavioral studies continue to show…

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Why Good Nap Time is Essential for Kids to Develop Language Skills

It is no secret that a good night’s sleep makes you feel better. Not only does sleep give your body time to rest and recharge, it may also be crucial to your brain’s ability to learn and remember. Healthy sleep puts us in the right state of mind to take in information as we go about the day. Sleep actually triggers changes in the brain that solidify memories – strengthening connections between brain cells and transferring information from one brain region to another. Imaging and behavioral studies continue to show…

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