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  1. The hormone ghrelin is called "the hunger hormone" by those in the medical field. 01:01

  2. When you have a big meal, your ghrelin levels will drop to signal to your brain that you've eaten enough. 01:45

  3. When you have a big meal, your ghrelin levels will drop to signal to your brain that you've eaten enough. 01:45

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  1. People don't begin to experience déjà vu until they're at least 8 or 9 years old. 00:24

  2. Patients who experience persistent déjà vu tend to have brain damage in their temporal lobes. 03:22

  3. Presque vu occurs when you are searching for a word you're familiar with, but can't seem to remember it. 04:17

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  1. Phantom vibrations occur when you think your phone is ringing/vibrating when it is not. 00:13

  2. Our brains apply filters to what they expect to find, hence why our brains may think your phones are vibrating when they aren't. 00:43

  3. In a study, participants who were bothered by phantom vibrations rated higher on phone dependence. 01:25

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