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The sympathetic nervous system is designed for alerting and the parasympathetic nervous system is designed for relaxing. Those who follow sports teams are less likely to be anxious or depressed because they often share emotional experiences with other people directly caused by the elation or devastation their team affords. Studies have conclusively discovered that day old human infants and goats will not walk on transparent surfaces, despite being safe, as it triggers the brain of a fall risk. T...


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