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Old 12-17-08, 09:20 PM   #1
 
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Default Safety can be learned - and helps combat depression

Learning a feeling of safety activates cellular and molecular processes that act against depression. This has been analysed using a new animal model that helps examine and explain the relevant cell biology processes more effectively. The findings now published in the journal Neuron show that "learned safety" can have an anti-depressive effect comparable to pharmacological antidepressants but that this effect is controlled by other molecular processes. (Source: Depression News From Medical News Today)
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how do u learn safety exactly? guess there are places where we feel more comfortable than others and therefore less threatening.



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