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what is brain Chemistry?

A: brain chemistry or neurochemistry is the complex system which allows the brain to function with the use of chemicals known as neurotransmitters which move information around in the brain. Every person''s brain chemistry is slightly different, and a number of things can play a role in the levels of various neurotransmitters in the brain, and how those chemicals affect the brain''s function. It is believed that variations in brain chemistry may...
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what is The Relationship Between brain Chemistry, Depression And Asperger''s?

A: They are all deeply intertwined. Aspergers is genetic and genetic mishaps such as Aspergers can cause people to become depressed. This is all caused by the chemistry within the brain. Anything that goes on within the mind is all chemical. When something like depression occurs it is an imbalance within the brain. The relationship between the three are very deeply inetertwined. It has been proven that Aspergers which is in the same spectrum as austism is genetic. Thus if the genetics of an...


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what is The Relationship Between brain Chemistry, Depression And Asperger''s?

A: They are all deeply intertwined. Aspergers is genetic and genetic mishaps such as Aspergers can cause people to become depressed. This is all caused by the chemistry within the brain. Anything that goes on within the mind is all chemical. When something like depression occurs it is an imbalance within the brain. The relationship between the three are very deeply inetertwined. It has been proven that Aspergers which is in the same spectrum as austism is genetic. Thus if the genetics of an...


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what is Electroconvulsive Therapy?

A: Electroconvulsive therapy is a type of psychiatric therapy which involves the controlled introduction of electric currents to the brain for the purpose of inducing a convulsion which will alter the patient''s brain chemistry. This treatment is primarily used in the management of depression, although it also has been utilized to treat patients with schizophrenia and mania. Many people are surprised to learn that electroconvulsive therapy is still in widespread use around the world, as the procedure is extremely controversial in many regions. Th

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what is the best anti-depresant medicine out there?

A: i say its laughing...:) Cold and Flu tablets make me feel drunk. All happy and everything, minus the spewing part! :) ... Well the first dose anyway. They all change your brain chemistry and there''s no such thing as "the best" they all work differently for everyonnnne. Good luck. If you don''t have a severe problem with depression, yes, they can be brain altering.. but technically, that''s what they are supposed to do. You''ll have to ask you doctor about which works best for you, or do some further research online, but some common ones are: -Xanax (more for anxiety) -Cymbalta (not for youngins) -Celexa or lexapro (for severe clinical depression) Also check out Wikipedia:...


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what is the Connection Between Hangovers and Depression?

A: Hangovers occur after a person drinks in excess. The symptoms of hangovers and depression can mimic each other, so it is often hard to determine one from the other. Some studies do show, however, that the physiological and psychological affects of a hangover can trigger depression. It is also possible that the changes that occur to an individualís brain chemistry as a result of heavy drinking and subsequent hangovers can predispose that individual to depression.. Alcohol contains a certain amount of toxins and other chemicals that cause a physical reaction in the human body. It is also a natural diuretic, which means it can cause a person to...


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suboxone, depression and brain chemistry

A: Bev, I cant remember if you seeing a therapist or not. I do think there something like post withdrawl syndrom or something like that. Yep, your 59 and prob. feel like it. But I still think its worth not being on Narc/opts. So what if you have to stay on the Sub for 3-5 months, or what ever you doctor said. I think I remember you dont want to be tied to a clinic when your careing for your grandchild. I am sorry your depressed and think you need to get treatment for it. No since suffering with anything if there is tx for it. You still have a few months to get healthier... not going to happen over night, sweetie. Keep posting... you have already proved anything is...
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what is the secret on getting a good nights sleep?

A: Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to sleep. Tossing and turning. Your mind is racing, going over everything that happened today. .. Do you have trouble falling asleep? Do you fall asleep easily, then wake up 5 hours later and can''t fall back asleep? Do you wake up several times during the night and have trouble staying asleep? If so check out http://tipsfromruby-goodsleep.blogspot.com/ will help you Good sleep is a biochemical reaction in the body that is directly handled by brain chemistry. If your brain chemistry isn''t...


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what is so bad about ecstasy?

A: Umm, well it has been know to kill people. It is also a great date rape drug. Mostly its illegal and only very ignorant people would take it.... i have never tried it....and u should either I DON''T KNOW, BUT I WILL NEVER TRY IT. It will screw up the chemistry in your brain causing brain damage. Want brain damage? It messes up your brain chemistry so you with constant use you get symptoms of Alshiemers. Yes ecstasy is a drug therefore it is bad right? Most people have expressed that this drug is bad and its negative...


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what is Neurocognitive Impairment?

A: Neurocognitive impairment is a serious condition marked by the progressive loss of oneís mental faculties over time. Often known simply as dementia, signs of neurocognitive impairment are not confined to memory loss alone. Individuals often experience difficulty articulating and processing information, as well as behavioral and interpersonal difficulties. Treatment for dementia is entirely dependent on oneís symptoms and usually involves drug therapy.. A comprehensive physical examination and medical history is essential to confirming neurocognitive impairment is taking place. Individuals experiencing difficulty processing information are given a battery of tests to...


 
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