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by / Sunday, 08 June 2014 / Published in Amar Kichu Kotha

 মায়া হচ্ছে একটা psychological term of human behavior.

মায়া জিনিষটা ভীসন  খারাপ একটা ব্যধী , যার কারণে অকারণে অনেকই ভীষণ কষ্ট উপভোগ  করে থাকে। আমরা মানুষ বলেই এই রোগ  আমাদের কে বেশি তারা করে, তার  থেকে বাচার উপায় হয়ত নেই, অনেকেই চেষ্টা করে, কেও আড়ালে, কেও সবার সামনে কিন্তু বাচতে পারেনা। এই বাচতে না পারাটাও এক দরনের কষ্ট। মায়া জিনিষটা অনেক কিছুর উপরে পড়তে পারে তবে মানুষর উপর মায়া, তা সব চেয়ে বেশি বিপদজনক  তার  থেকে রক্ষা করার কেও নাই. পৃথিবীর প্রত্যেক তা মানুষ ই এই রোগে ভুগছে। মায়া হচ্ছে একটা psychological term of human behavior.


What Are Emotions?

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Emotions, often called feelings, include experiences such as love, hate, anger, trust, joy, panic, fear, and grief. Emotions are related to, but different from, mood. Emotions are specific reactions to a particular event that are usually of fairly short duration. Mood is a more general feeling such as happiness, sadness, frustration, contentment, or anxiety that lasts for a longer time.

Although everyone experiences emotions, scientists do not all agree on what emotions are or how they should be measured or studied. Emotions are complex and have both physical and mental components. Generally researchers agree that emotions have the following parts: subjective feelings, physiological (body) responses, and expressive behavior.

The component of emotions that scientists call subjective feelings refers to the way each individual person experiences feelings, and this component is the most difficult to describe or measure. Subjective feelings cannot be observed; instead, the person experiencing the emotion must describe it to others, and each person’s description and interpretation of a feeling may be slightly different. For example, two people falling in love will not experience or describe their feeling in exactly the same ways.

Physiological responses are the easiest part of emotion to measure because scientists have developed special tools to measure them. A pounding heart, sweating, blood rushing to the face, or the release of adrenaline * in response to a situation that creates intense emotion can all be measured with scientific accuracy. People have very similar internal responses to the same emotion. For example, regardless of age, race, or gender, when people are under stress, their bodies release adrenaline; this hormone helps prepare the body to either run away or fight, which is called the “fight or flight” reaction. Although the psychological part of emotions may be different for each feeling, several different emotions can produce the same physical reaction.

Expressive behavior is the outward sign that an emotion is being experienced. Outward signs of emotions can include fainting, a flushed face, muscle tensing, facial expressions, tone of voice, rapid breathing, restlessness, or other body language. The outward expression of an emotion gives other people clues to what someone is experiencing and helps to regulate social interactions.

* adrenaline (a-DREN-a-lin), also called epinephrine, (ep-e-NEF-rin), is a hormone, or chemical messenger, that is released In response to fear, anger, panic, and other emotions. It readies the body to respond to threat by increasing heart rate, breath-Ing rate, and blood flow to the arms and legs. These and other effects prepare the body to run away or fight.