What’s the difference between these two brains?

Comment: The brain on the right (smaller) shows clearly an increased amount of water (edema) which from a META-Health perspective would indicate an active kidney collecting tubule which in turn reflects feelings of isolation-abandonment. Wouldn’t it be amazing if Brain Relay Diagnostics finds its way into prevention and we can see early what conflicts, stressors, […]

Depression damages parts of the brain, research concludes

Brain damage is caused by persistent depression rather than being a predisposing factor for it, researchers have finally concluded after decades of unconfirmed hypothesising.

A study published in Molecular Psychiatry today has proved once and for all that recurrent depression shrinks the hippocampus – an area of the brain responsible for forming new memories – leading […]

Scientists discover the on-off switch for human consciousness deep within the brain

Researchers at George Washington University are reporting that they’ve discovered the human consciousness on-off switch, deep within the brain. When this region of the brain, called the claustrum, is electrically stimulated, consciousness — self-awareness, sentience, whatever you want to call it — appears to turn off completely. When the stimulation is removed, consciousness returns. The […]

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Brains work via their genes just as much as their neurons

It’s not headline news that our brains are the seat of our thoughts and feelings. The brain is a body’s decision-maker, the pilot of its actions and the engineer that keeps all systems going. The brain suits the body’s actions to its surroundings, taking in sensory details and sending out appropriate and timely responses. We’ve […]

What’s the difference between these two brains?

They both belong to three-year-olds, so why is one so much bigger? Because one was loved by its parents and the other neglected – a fact that has dramatic implications

Take a careful look at the image of two brains on this page. The picture is of the brains of two three-year-old children. It’s obvious that […]

Eight weeks to a better brain

Comment: In META-Health we pay close attention to the Brain-Mind-Organ Connection and seeing these types of research results are encouraging. Mindfulness and Meditation are essential self-healing tools. But it is also important to know that every experience we have, especially highly emotional and traumatic events change our brain – actually specific brain areas related to […]

This Nifty Infographic Is a Great Introduction to Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Therapy

Comment: Love this illustration about neuroplasticity and our brain. In META-Health we consider our brain as the central “relay” station whereas every organ tissue has a specific brain relay. Our experts trained in Brain Relay Diagnostics can look at a brain CT or MRI and tell you exactly which organ tissue are active right now […]

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You Remember That Wrong: Brain Distorts Memories Every Time It Recalls Them

Got a treasured memory? It’s okay to get a little sappy, we all do, whether it’s that perfect night with a special someone or that dungeon crawl that finally went exactly according to plan. If you’re remembering that thing right now, for the love of God, stop! It just won’t be the same the next […]

Vaccine-Induced Brain Damage Syndrome (VIBDS)

(NaturalNews) Vaccine-Induced Brain Damage Syndrome (VIBDS) is the phenomenon of impaired cognitive function caused by the brain-damaging toxic additives found in vaccines. It mirrors the well-documented cognitive impairment caused by chemotherapy, known across the medical establishment as Post-Chemotherapy Cognitive Impairment (PCCI).

The unmistakable evidence that vaccines cause permanent brain damage is found in the obviously suppressed […]

How Does the Vagus Nerve Convey Gut Instincts to the Brain?

What situations make you feel nervous,fearful, or anxious to the point that you get butterflies and feel sick to your stomach? Are there people, places, or situations in your life that evoke a “fear conditioned

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