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Beat your narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) by kicking the parasite out of your head.

Infographic: What Happens To Your Brain When You Don't Sleep?

Infographic: What Happens To Your Brain When You Don't Sleep

Research has found that sleep deprivation can have a detrimental effect on your brain function, writes Theresa Fisher. Pinpointing parts of the brain and how sleep deprivation effects.

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Find Balance: Know Your Brain Chemistry Infographic - Moods are dependent on brain chemistry. Understanding essential neurotransmitters can help understand emotions.

The Human Brain, Its Structures And Their Functions | Visual.ly

Structures of the Brain and their Functions: Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Cerebellum and Temporal Lobe. It also discusses the right and left hemispheres of the brain and what they are responsible for controlling

Amygdala: Located near the hippocampus in the frontal portion of the temporal lobes, the amygdala: are involved in the formation and storage of information related to emotional events; facilitate long-term memory formation; convert and retain learning from pleasure responses; and help us recognize when we are in danger or fearful of something. Injury to the amygdala may affect: memory formation; emotional sensitivity; learning & retention; depression; and anxiety.

This is where the amygdala is located in the brain. It is located within the temporal lobes of the brain. It is responsible for processing of memory, decision-making, emotional reactions and is part of the limbic system.

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When we experience a traumatic event like a #concussion or #PTSD it can make us very emotional. This infographic by Best Psychology Degrees shows us a quick guide to emotions and the parts of the brain responsible for it.

How To Retrain Your Brain