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You would think by now

Posted by denise1904 on January 19, 2022, at 9:51:15

You would think by now that they would be able to have determined some pattern of activity between a depressed brain, an anxious brain, a psychotic brain or a manic brain with fMRI scans.

I know there is no one uniformm "normal" type brain but sure if they for instance, took as many people as they could with bipolar disorder and scanned their brains during periods of normality, then during periods of highs and then during periods of depression, they would find some kind of correlation?? Or is it really not that simple?

I just don't understand, in all the time Ive suffered with depression (which I think is mainly anxiety as I'm always able to function) I have never been asked to have an fMRI scan.





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