Alexithymia: The Role Of Emotions In Health

What Is Alexithymia (Alexi’)? The term “alexithymia” was introduced by Peter Sifneos in 1973, to designate a cluster of cognitive and affective characteristics that were observed among patients with classical psychosomatic diseases (1). Messina et al. have postulated that at least three forms, primary, secondary, and organic, might characterize alexithymia. What Is Primary Alexithymia? It

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How Do Psychedelics Work?

Welcome to my blog post ‘How Do Psychedelics Work?’, based on a paper by the same name written by the brilliant Robin Carhart-Harris. Feel free to check out the dedicated section of my blog to pscyehdelics, click here. Classical psychedelics share agonist actions at the serotonin 2A receptor subtype (5-HT2AR). It is a remarkable testimony

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