My first brain research page was a research in general and it covered about the most common brain research.
The brain research for brain damage was updated to cover most cases that I have seen with brain damage and brain damage from medications. Most people don't understand that the brain is a very complex organ and it is the largest organ in the body. The brain is not one cell, but thousands of them. People can think they have a problem, but it isn't real, and it only lasts until the medication wears off or the person returns to baseline. In brain injury, the brain is not affected in the same way as in normal brain function. A lot of people have seen their symptoms improve when they stop taking brain medications. Brain medications that can increase brain activity are called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, which include Prozac (fluoxetine), Paxil (paroxetine), Zoloft (sertraline), Wellbutrin (fluoxetine) and others. If you need more brain power, it is important to look for new treatments to replace the brain medication. Many people want to stop the brain medications and then the symptoms will go away, but it is not realistic for the person to do it without the help of a brain specialist.