Sleep, Slept, Sleeping
closing there eyes and lying down
Glancing to the left before speaking, fidgeting
No, there are no permanent physical or functional changes that could be caused by reading while lying down.
The fear of closing your eyes is called optophobia.
Look at their body language and if they shift their eyes down when they lie.
no because its bad for your digestion and how can you eat when your eyes are closed and lying down.
If you watch closely, it is the eyes that give away that a person is lying. When a person's eyes glance up to the right above their head, they are visualizing while they are trying to recall facts. If they, even slightly and quickly, glance down toward the ground to their left, then they are probably lying.
One way, when you ask a question watch body language like the eyes. if eyes look down, it may be the person is lying
they sleep by closing there eyes
no it is easier then closing your eyes
you can tell by the subject and if your yawning or your eyes are trying to get shut. but it can also be if you have your head down on your desk just lying there
No, I read somewhere that it is not possible to sneeze with your eyes open. :)
It's, as the title implies, about closing your eyes.
closing your eyes and touching somebody
By closing their eyes and opening them quickly.
reading in the dark rubbing your eyes too hard .. :D reading and lying down while reading a book looking at the computer screen too long that all i get .. :)
Sore temples and eyes are an indicator of a migraine. Closing your eyes and turning down lights and sounds can help to relieve migraine pain.
AnswerIf she explains too much, then it is a rehearsed answer. She is trying to convince you because she knows she is lying.Check body language! If she exerts energy in her upper body, this is definitely a sign.Also watch where her eyes go while she is speaking. Some well practiced liars can look directely into your eyes while they lie, but not too many are skilled at this. Otherwise, eyes down to the left or the right, a lie. Eyes level but looking to either side, still making up the story while telling the lie. Eyes straight down into her lap, not comfortable with lying but may be trying it anyway. Eyes looking right at you, honest or a practiced liar. If she's the latter, you will have had other clues.
Because it's eyes are so bumped out, by closing it's eyes, the eyes help push down the roof of the frog's mouth to hold it's prey. However, it cannot chew it's prey even though it has teeth (it is also primarily to hold it's prey), and cannot use it's eyes to push the prey down its throat.
Maybe because its tired.
we can't sneeze with out closing our eyes.
by closing its eyes and dreaming :)
for most guys you can tell that they are lying by looking into their eyes and that will give it away
You can tell that somebody is lying if they are moving their eyes or fidgeting with their hands, avoiding eye contact.
Because they dont look in your eyes!