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home:lifestyle:light:photosensitivity [01.26.2019]
sallieq [Immunopathology or photosensitivity symptoms?]
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sallieq [Neurological symptoms]
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-The optic nerve directly connects each eye to the brain, possibly the body's most sensitive organ. Thuslight is transmitted to the brain via the eyes. Coursing through the portion of the brain known as the amygdala are nerves connecting it to a number of important brain centers, including the neocortex and visual cortex. Many types of angiotensin receptors are known to be active in the brain. This can have the profound effect of stimulating portions of the brain to cause significant neurological symptoms.+The optic nerve directly connects each eye to the brain, possibly the body's most sensitive organ. Thus light is transmitted to the brain via the eyes. Coursing through the portion of the brain known as the amygdala are nerves connecting it to a number of important brain centers, including the neocortex and visual cortex. Many types of angiotensin receptors are known to be active in the brain. This can have the profound effect of stimulating portions of the brain to cause significant neurological symptoms.
  
 This stimulation of the brain causes many of the neurological symptoms that are so bothersome to individuals with Th1 inflammation. Neurological symptoms include fatigue, irritability,​ aggressiveness,​ lack of concentration,​ brain fog, loss of memory, poor judgement, confusion, anger (Lyme rage), mood swings, anxiety, inattentiveness,​ poor problem-solving,​ fear, neurosis and even psychosis. This stimulation of the brain causes many of the neurological symptoms that are so bothersome to individuals with Th1 inflammation. Neurological symptoms include fatigue, irritability,​ aggressiveness,​ lack of concentration,​ brain fog, loss of memory, poor judgement, confusion, anger (Lyme rage), mood swings, anxiety, inattentiveness,​ poor problem-solving,​ fear, neurosis and even psychosis.
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