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Chemical imbalances in the brain

Human brain drawing

Photos courtesy of National Institute for Aging, a branch of NIH.

What are chemical imbalances in the brain? The brain is the organ that is responsible for controlling every part of the body. When something malfunctions  in the brain, the entire body is affected.  A chemical imbalance is just one of the many things that can go wrong inside of the brain. Studies have shown that people who have chemical imbalances in the brain are more likely to suffer from depression, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and anxiety.  They are also more likely to turn to drugs and alcohol. People who suspect that they have this problem should consult with their physician immediately so that they can get the appropriate treatment.

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