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People suffering from depression have definite symptoms. These symptoms can vary with a person’s age or gender. But they often include feelings of hopelessness, problems sleeping, and crying spells that happen for no reason. Depressed people also have trouble making decisions or concentrating on a task. They often feel worthless. Depression is more than just sadness. It’s a severe condition that doesn’t go away easily. 38 What causes depression? Researchers think it’s a combination of things. Neuroimaging—pictures of the brain—has shown that physical changes in the brain might be linked to depression.
47 I ndex acrophobia, 43 adrenaline, 19 agoraphobia, 42, 43 amygdala, 20, 42 anger, 7, 8, 9, 15, 31, 33, 35 anxiety, 6, 18, 40, 41, 42 arachnophobia, 43 aviophobia, 43 Bard, Philip, 25 basic emotions, 7, 8 behavior therapy, 44 biological clock, 37 brain injuries, 22, 23 brain lobes, 22 brain stem, 20 cabin fever, 37 carbohydrates, 19 carcinophobia, 43 Cannon-Bard theory, 25 Cannon, James, 25 circadian rhythm, 37 cognitive therapy, 44 cortex, 25 cultural differences, 33 depression, 7, 10, 18, 36, 37, 38, 39 desensitization, 43 disgust, 8, 12 dopamine, 19 dysfunctional families, 32 Ekman, Paul, 8 emotional intelligence, 16, 17 48 emotional memories, 21, 37 mirror neurons, 10 empathy, 7, 17 moods, 6, 16 endorphins, 18 nature versus nurture, 30, 31 family, 16, 22, 23, 30, 31, neuroimaging, 27, 39 32, 39 neurons, 10, 18 fear, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, neurotransmitters, 18, 19, 14, 20, 21, 24, 25, 28, 20, 37, 39 41, 42, 43 norepinephrine, 18 fight-or-flight reaction, 13, obsessive-compulsive 42 disorder (OCD), 41 fornix, 20 framing effect, 28 panic attacks, 42 frontal lobes, 22 Parrott, W.
Those who suffer severe emotional problems might be given stronger drugs. These treatments are often combined with therapy and can help a person return to a much happier way of life. Staying in Charge Emotions are fascinating. They are also a bit of a mystery. But your emotions are yours and no one else’s. How you deal with the emotional ups and downs of life is a lot like riding “The Incredible Hulk” at Universal Studios. It’s a little scary, but always exciting! A psychotherapist can help a patient work through issues in a safe, confidential setting.
Science of Emotions (Cool Science) by John Perritano