We make 2 coffee breaks in the day (most of the times we don't really have a reason for coffee, as we are not into a headbanging work ,but we go as a part of habit.)The idea was to make coffee induced central stimulation fruitful.No nonacademic talk and intensive reading at least for 1hr after coffee.Yet to see whether it works out or not.
Actually its not that we don't know the matter.The fact is that we don't recollect when suddenly
faced it.Today only I read an article published in 'THE HINDU' , a famous newspaper here.The article was about the causes of memory loss and way to overcome it.Out of the 2 main theories of
1. time induced lapse of information storage and
the 2nd one was proved to be the main reason.Scientists say that if you happen to know 2 things similar to each other u tend to have problems in recollecting either of them.More the number of matter and more the number of similarities, it becomes increasingly difficult to recollect any.And if that is the case than its not a good news for us because pharmacology- the subject of effect of drugs- is all about similarities (more often) and fewer differences which get under shadowed.Booster doses of reading like vaccines are very much required for any subject especially pharmacology and probably this is the place where 'apparently' brighter students take the piece of cake