Skip to comments.Scientists discover brain's 'misery molecule' which affects stress, anxiety and depression
Posted on 07/22/2013 10:24:05 PM PDT by shove_it
Scientists have found the brain's 'misery molecule' believed to be responsible for all of our feelings of stress and anxiety. Researchers believe that the protein - named CRF1 - could also be linked to depression...
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What a bunch of completely stupid idiotic scientists to thinking that stress is a physical thing. All spiritual...and evil is the stressor!
I shudder to think of the things liberal teachers dream up when they say “What can we learn from ___fill in the blank___?”
Oops, wrong thread.
My CRF1 is activated big time.
LOL! That is the molecule!
What an astounding image that is.
.......are you serial?
CRF1 = Crazy Raging Female 1?
Well yes if you interpret “stress” as “crazy, and then interpret “Raging” as “Depression” then all you have to do is interpret “us” (men and women) as “Female” then bingo! You win! You get to slam women for no reason! HURRAH!
Reminds me of that old joke . . . . .
"Why do they call it PMS?"
-"Because 'Mad Cow Disease' was already taken!"
yes..and the stupid scientists bases belong to me!
I can achieve CRF1 between 1 and 6 seconds given the right circumstances!
But, I try hard not to!
When you move your arm, is that spiritual?
Emotions are controlled by your brain, this has been proven.
The brain is a type of computer which does get input that can trigger emotions, but our higher spirit within must be the director and controller of those emotions. Otherwise, we are like grass blowing in the wind to anyone’s turmoil.
Clarify your meaning and discern between the physical, mental, and spiritual domains. If not, your statement merely begs the question.
No, we get input from the environment. The brain analyzes the data, releasing chemicals into the body which is where emotions come from. The brain is 100% responsible for everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and feel.
It’s all electro-chemical. Sadly. Unless there’s some quantum result to another dimension, which I suppose is possible.
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