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most of the videos wouldn't play so this is the best I could do I'm very sorry about this. this video does talk about how your brain reacts to mental illnesses and what can cause a few minor mental illnesses. its very interesting to watch.
The way you are treated as a kid or in this experiment they use a rat but still it does the same for people, the way you are treated when a kid will affect your likely hood to get a mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety. I picked this because it gave you a good example to understand how things will be caused by how you are treated when you are younger. I like how it talks about how animals can have mental illnesses and its not just humans.
The common gray matter loss areas formed a tightly inword connected network during tasks and durning sleeping and that lower gray matter in this network was associated with poor executive functioning. the gray matter structure thingys can be viewed as the alarm bell of the brain, Etkin said. “They work together, signaling to other brain regions when reality deviates from expectations — that something important and unpredicted has happened, or something important has failed to happen.” That signaling guides future behavior in directions more likely to obtain desired results. I picked this because it was very interesting to read and I think many people would like to read it and get good information from it.
I worked on this at home so I could read the entire thing for this so sorry its a long article. Many scientists believe that mental illnesses result from problems with the communication between neurons in the brain this can be called neurotransmission. people have found that most mental illnesses cant be cured. being sad is not the same as being depressed and being happy all the time even when you should be sad doesn't make you insane. I picked this because it kept me interested even if it is a long thing to read.