Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression – Neuroscience News

During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.

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Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression – Neuroscience News

During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.

Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression – Neuroscience News

During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.

Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression – Neuroscience News

During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.

Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression – Neuroscience News

During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.

Natural mood regulation low or even absent in people with depression – Neuroscience News

During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.

Individuals With High Level of Schizotypal Traits Exhibit Altered Brain Structural and Functional Connectivity – Neuroscience News

People with schizotypal traits exhibited increased structural connectivity probability within the task control network and default mode network. They also had increased variability and decreased stability of functional connectivity within the DMN and between the auditory and subcortical networks.

Newly Discovered ‘Support System’ for Axons Suggests a Novel Therapeutic Target for Neurodegenerative Diseases – Neuroscience News

A preclinical study reports Schwann cells assist injured axons by releasing protective sugars. The findings have positive implications for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases like ALS.

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