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Getting out of your rut and into new situations is one such way. Quartz reports that “when faced with new situations, our brains record more richly detailed memories.” Therefore, time seems to be slowing down.
As we age, we become so used to our surroundings that we fail to notice the details. Time therefore seems to run on fast-forward.
Children, however, experience the world as “an often unfamiliar place.” Their brains have to constantly reconfigure “their mental ideas of the outside world.” This additional brain power "appears to make time runmore slowly” for them than for adults.
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