posted on Jan, 2 2014 @ 06:11 AM
reply to post by CosmicDude
The results help us to understand different emotional disorders and provide novel tools for
This is interesting ! Now if they can figure out a way to naturally sway the body into
the happy state from the depressed or sad state. Or from the anxious state to the
happy state. Of course as needed... only for emotional disorders that is.
I know its normal for our body to experience the different emotions and I wouldn't
want to mess with that. However... I'm referring to prolonged states of bad
emotions that can occur with emotional disorders as the article discusses.
Should it be messed with or should it not. Who is to determine if it is an emotional
disorder or not.
I'd like to see them map the change from one state to the other by whatever method