introvertism and brain activity

Given my bipolaristic proclivities, I relate totally to what is posted at spectratrix:

Introverts’ brains are much busier and therefore we need
little input from the environment to be at a comfortable brain
activation. Extroverts need a lot, and so there you will find people
who jump out of planes, rollercoast, and the like.

I had never heard this idea before, but it made intuitive sense to
me when I read it. I often feel like my brain is going a million miles
a minute, and to take in even more information can be quite difficult
at times. It seems to explain the overwhelmed feeling I sometimes get
in stressful situations; my brain is too busy processing my own stuff
to be able to deal with what’s going on around me.


Published by: vinu

My life - BREESY! :-) :D Beautiful Random Enjoyable Eventful Simple Yellow Places I have lived (chronological): (country) (- state) (-- city) India - (Orissa) -- Cuttack (2yrs) -- Bhubaneshwar (3yrs) - (Maharastra) -- Bombay/Mumbai (8 + 1 yrs) - (TamilNadu) -- Madras/Chennai (6 yrs) - (Pondicherry) (1 yr) United States - (California) -- Berkeley (3 yrs) Education : IIT Madras 02, UC Berkeley 05 Work Experience: Mechanical Engineer at FORD Motor Company, India; Management Trainee at Datamatics Technologies Ltd.; Wireless Programmer at TeleCommunication Systems Inc. Passions (currently as of Dec 2005): Family, Media (visual / audio), Mobile Systems, Internet, Design Interests: Music, Movies, Photography, Enjoying nature, Playing Violin, Graphics, Business / Entrepreneurship / Managments, Spirituality, Design, Technology, Mobile / Wireless

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