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What Depression and Anxiety Look Like in the Brain

Dr Sanil Rege (Founder and Director of Psych Scene and Vita Healthcare) explains how the frontal lobe and limbic system interact with one another in the genesis of psychiatric disorders. Psychiatric diagnoses are not discrete entities. This is because the brain is far too complex to create simple categorical diagnoses. In some cases, it is better to break the symptoms down, localise them to the parts of the brain involved and then think of the neurotransmitters involved. This allows for a focus on symptoms and the person as a whole rather than diagnostic names.


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  1. I have this problem! help what should I do ? I also have tinnitus as well with this ..

  2. Sir jesa apne btaya h ki prefrontal cortex(F) ke kard motivation, derive,concentration, pleasure,attention, etc ye sb mere sath ho rha h plz sir muje btae ki mai kiya kru

  3. Well illustrated, it helps me a lot 🙂

  4. your chanel is awesome !! i am a fourth year medical student in Brasil. Psychiatry and neurociences are my favorite areas, and your videos are very well done, they bring a lot of information in creative ways. keep going with your channel bro!!! success !!!

  5. I would have thought racing thoughts are a frontal lobe phenomenon.

  6. No one has ever explained this to me in such an awesome way before 👏 🙏🏻 thank you

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