What happens to the brain in a coma and in general anesthesia remains unclear, but it can be theorized that forms of thoughts [active and passive] are transported across the memory.
Animal-assisted therapy is an evolving approach where animals help people recover from mental health conditions.
Psychological labels may have boxed neuroscience into deeper complexity, hardening new ways to understand the brain in benefit to mental health care.
There are studies on the rise of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) among adolescents and teens.
There are advocates of a biopsychosocial model for psychiatry disorders, not just biological or drug-based psychiatry.
Neurodegeneration is generally described as the loss of structure or function of neurons.
A recent study, “Association of Nap Frequency With Hypertension or Ischemic Stroke Supported by Prospective Cohort Data and Mendelian Randomization in Predominantly Middle-Aged European Subjects” published in the Journal of Hypertension observed that “frequent or usual daytime napping in adults was associated with a 12% higher risk of developing high blood pressure and a 24% high risk of having a stroke compared to never napping.”