Nicotine is one of those substances that provoke a sense of well-being, artificially. At the same time, it affects the premature aging of the brain and this, in turn, causes some intellectual abilities to decrease.
Splitting is a defense mechanism that operates unconsciously. Usually it is formed during childhood, if the parents were too contradictory or had sudden and unexplained mood swings for the child.
Many parents may be exaggerated that the consumption of soda can facilitate aggressive behavior in their children.
The syndrome of the hand of others is one of those conditions silenced by its low incidence. However, its impact is important, both in the person who suffers it and in its environment.
The syndrome of Waardenburg is practically unknown. Maybe because it is a genetic disorder that presents a quite varied symptomatology and because its incidence in absolute terms is low.
The brain in critical situations has a different way of responding to what we use every day, activates a neuronal system of ultra-rapid response that sets in motion a series of behavioral and hormonal responses that aim to survive.
David Eagleman is known as the Leonardo Da Vinci of the brain. In addition to being a neuroscientist and writer, he highlights his exceptional work as an inventor.
It is curious how in Greece persists the habit of wearing a scarf in the armpit that is offered to the lady in some popular dances.
Anandamide is a compound that makes our body. Interestingly, this substance has properties very similar to THC, which is the active principle of marijuana.