We don’t have to do everything ourselves. Although true as a broad comment on life, this is particularly true about what parts of our body and mind we consciously control. Here is how it works!
Have you ever noticed your foot moving on its own to stop you from falling? Or perhaps you’ve felt a sense of dizziness after stepping off a merry-go-round? This article talks about how this happens in the brain and unravels a way to avoid dizziness after coming out of the merry-go-round.
Decision-making is a broad discipline studied by economists, philosophers, and historians. Neuroscientists more recently started studying it.
Most of the neurons in our brains are developed before we are even born, but our brains are constantly changing. From childhood and adolescence into adulthood our brains become more and more specialized, learning more complex skills and behaviors.
Our brains are complex organs that display a variety of functions. How are they structured? In this blog, we will commence on a journey through the areas, structures, and organization of our brains.
It is possible that an inflammatory reaction in the brain and a change in energy management cause many complaints in long COVID.