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Depression causes the hippocampus to raise its cortisol levels, impeding the development of neurons in your brain. The shrinkage of brain circuits is closely connected to the reduction of the affected part's function. While other cerebral areas shrink due to high levels of cortisol, the amygdala enlarges.
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Jul 28, 2020 · There's growing evidence that several parts of the brain shrink in people with depression. Specifically, these areas lose gray matter volume ( ...
Depression has many possible causes, including faulty mood regulation by the brain, genetic vulnerability, stressful life events, medications, and medical ...
Aug 8, 2019 · Cortisol and memory. Part of the brain called the hippocampus releases the hormone cortisol when you're stressed, which includes episodes of ...
While depression can affect a person psychologically, it also has the potential to affect physical structures in the brain. These physical changes range from ...
Jun 17, 2021 · They regulate how the brain changes and develops over a lifetime. When a person experiences chronic stress and anxiety, some of these ...
Neuroimaging studies reveal that many brain circuits that normally regulate mood are dysregulated in depression. Deep in the brain, the amygdala processes ...
According to an fMRI study, decreased brain activity in the hippocampus was reported in depressive patients. Reduced gray matter volume and reduced functional ...