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Be happy: live long

...n known for years that pathological expressions of emotion like depression or hostility can lead to illness," said David Snowdon, University of Kentucky professor of neurology and director of the Nun Study for the school's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. He also added, "Our theory is that negative emotional ...

Music aids in curing dementia

...ng in an instinctive way often and sometimes their emotion is very raw and very close to the surface. "One would hope so because it is not involving high tech equipment or very expensive or toxic drugs."...

How a man's mind really works

... the amount of activity in the cingulate gyrus, an emotion center in the brain, Gurian says. Like a guide through a secret forest, his book leads the nonscientist through the complex world of brain science and relates it to some of the most frustrating sources of conflict between men and women in long-term ...

The Reason For Depression in Adolescents

...art of the brain responsible for memory, learning, emotion and motivation. Researchers sampled nearly 30 adolescents between ages 13 to 18, half of who had been diagnosed with major depressive disorder.Magnetic resonance imaging was performed to measure the volume of each teen’s left and right hippocampus. ...

A New Option for Patients Suffering From QT Syndrome

... rapid heart rhythm, often brought on by exercise, emotion or loud noise. This improper rhythm interferes with blood flow to the brain and can result in fainting or cardiac arrest. A new study shows a specific surgery can reduce the risk of fainting or sudden death in people with a disorder called long QT sy...

Abnormal Brain Structure One Of The Reasons For Depression in Adolescents

...art of the brain responsible for memory, learning, emotion and motivation. Researchers sampled nearly 30 adolescents between ages 13 to 18, half of who had been diagnosed with major depressive disorder.Magnetic resonance imaging was performed to measure the volume of each teen’s left and right hippocampus. ...

The Significance Of A Laugh

...esearch shows laughter is more about communicating emotion than about humor. Researchers videotaped therapeutic sessions and took physiological measurements of both members of 10 patient-therapist pairs where patients were being treated for outpatient mood and anxiety disorders. There were 145 episodes of l...

Gene responsible for depression

...gdala, the portion of the brain that processes the emotion of fear, and cingulated, another part of brain responsible for emotions. The gene responsible for depression codes the chemical messenger of the brain called serotonin transporter. The antidepressants prescribed to depressive patients function as a ...

Scientists reveal the secrets of sarcasm

...giving empathic response and identifying the right emotion while reacting....

Asthma aggravated by thought processes

...rs. // The study reveals a functional link between emotion processing centers in the brain and certain physiological processes relevant to disease. Previous studies and clinical evidence have shown that stress and emotional turmoil adversely affect people with inflammatory diseases like asthma. And signs o...

Features Of The Brain Affect Asthma And Other Stress Related Disorders

...of Sciences, // reveals a functional link between emotion processing centers in the brain and certain physiological processes relevant to disease. The data suggest potential future targets for the development of drugs and behavioral interventions to control asthma and other stress-responsive disorders, sai...

You Can Be Emotional And Logical

...lis, points out that decision-making involves both emotion and reasoning. "It's important to try to understa...w these two large networks we usually attribute to emotion and reason are interacting," Rustichini adds. Ming and his fellow researchers now intend to investi...

Handy Touch - A Wand to Bust Stressful Situations

...ne’s quality of life. By far, the most threatening emotion was rejection from a beloved or the fear of it. ...

Anger, laden with numerous pitfalls - Deflecting an angry outburst always pays

... response during the same time. When the patients' emotion ratings before the injury were compared with their own for the previous day, anger appeared to contribute to injury risk, especially for men. Researchers analyzed that men were 7 times prone to getting injured subsequent to an angry outburst as c...

Parental Conflict Can Lead to Sleep Disorders in Children

...ken motivation, increase irritability and diminish emotion control,’ concluded Dr. Mona El-Sheikh, lead researcher of the study. <br...

Job Or Emotional Stress Can Increase Risk Of Heart Attack

...ody, the cardiologists said. An attack induced by emotion or stress is triggered by a surge of hormones, which causes only the top part of the heart to contract, reducing blood flow. This phenomenon was first discovered by Japanese researchers in 2001. When an angiogram reveals the cause, a balloon pump he...

Know The Brain Behind The Human Growth Hormone!

...n the section of the brain in charge of memory and emotion – called the hippocampus. The scientists have also zeroed in on the fact that more growth hormones are produced in females than in males, and more so during adulthood. Estrogen presence also triggered the production of growth hormones. The scientist...

Men And Women Read Different News To Manage Anger

... experiment, the students were asked to select the emotion that best described a photo (fear, anger, disgust, sadness, surprise, happiness), displayed on a computer monitor. 20 faces were displayed on the screen for 2 seconds. In the first experiment, the students sat in front of a computer screen and give...

Novel Device Developed To Help Autistic Individuals Communicate Better

...etected by the device which it associates with the emotion that has been stored in its memory (as shown by the actor). As a reward for its excellent performance, it is now being trained on excerpts from movies and footage captured by webcams. The device would be tested on autistic individuals who would par...

Schizophrenia impairs body language comprehension

...tients with schizophrenia have trouble deciphering emotion from human facial expressions. However, it was not well understood whether this perception problem extended to other socially relevant clues, said Sergio Paradiso, the study's corresponding author and assistant professor of psychiatry in the UI Roy J...

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