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This article briefly outlines how sensory input can affect behavior, mood and thought. All of us need to stop and "smell the roses".
How do we manage to survive? Partly luck, but mostly it is our limbic system, which drives the responses we need to counter a threat.
It is hard to imagine that our mind can produce debilitating pain, but it is true. Find out how this happens.
Thandi Gursimran, Tom Deborah, Gould Matthew, McKenna Paul, Greenberg Neil