Hippocrates Medicine

March 11th, 2017

Therefore, the term also describes the personality and costuma to assign to capacities human beings, or same, used to assign capacities of supernatural beings, as in the expression ' ' The mind of Deus' '. To understand the mind human being, it has that to abide itself in the brain it is the responsible agency for the mental facultieses in its immense vastidude inside of the medical area has that to understand at least in three great areas if congregates and if they concentrate more Neurology, Psychiatry and Endocrinology. Therefore behind each mental action, it is the brain, that participates chemical reactions and of eletrecidade. But nor always it was thus and until today this question it generates controversa in scientific literature. The relation is not recent that the human spirit is in the brain, but never was so well understood as Ramon M says. while still alive Conceives Skulls with done perforations, with cicatrizao signals, had been found in small farms that date of up to 10.000 years behind citing the Sabatina, R.M.E.: The History of the Psicocirurgia.

What it does not need without understanding with depth that the brain that exists a relation a trauma in the head it can take the loss of memory. The father of the Medicine was Hipcrates (460-379 AC) believed that the brain was the headquarters of the mind. It wrote: ' ' He would have to be known that it is the source of our pleasure, joy, laugh and diversion, as well as our regret, pain, anxiety and tears, and none another one that not it brain. It is specifically the agency that qualifies in them to think, to see and to hear, to distinguish the ugly one from the beauty, the bad one of the good one, the pleasure of the displeasure. It is the brain also that it is the headquarters of madness and the delirium, of the fears and scares that take in them, many times at night, but ace day times also; it is where the cause of the sleeplessness and the sonambulismo lies, of the thoughts that will not occur, forgotten duties and excentricidades' '.

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