• Do we know that sicknesses cause chemical imbalances in the body? Or do they just cause our white blood cell production to increase? Sickness may alter perception, but so does lighting. Thoughts are thoughts. If you would like to conclude that sickness alters thoughts then you can, but with that same logic you can apply it to many different stimuli.
  • Yes,I believe so,hence 'mental' illness.
  • No that is incorrect. You are making a global statement trying to place the blame on one thing. Harvard medical school does not believe that. You should go along with them. "It's often said that depression results from a chemical imbalance, but that figure of speech doesn't capture how complex the disease is. Research suggests that depression doesn't spring from simply having too much or too little of certain brain chemicals. Rather, there are many possible causes of depression, including faulty mood regulation by the brain, genetic vulnerability, stressful life events, medications, and medical problems. It's believed that several of these forces interact to bring on depression. To be sure, chemicals are involved in this process, but it is not a simple matter of one chemical being too low and another too high. Rather, many chemicals are involved, working both inside and outside nerve cells. There are millions, even billions, of chemical reactions that make up the dynamic system that is responsible for your mood, perceptions, and how you experience life.."
  • Make eye contact and smile a lot.
  • No. Your premises faulty and so is your conclusion. Even if your premise was correct your conclusion could be faulty.

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