BIOLOGICAL BASES OF THE DEPRESSION

Boris Testov

Abstract


Modern physicians explain depressive disorders by deviations of the human psyche. However, those disorders may be related to the amount of energy generated during the sleep. Animals spend this reserve of energy in critical situations such as pre-mating struggles, and escaping from predators. This energy generated in the lymphocytes in the form of ATP molecules during the sleep is transmitted directly to the cell requiring extra energy via gap junctions. The excess or lack of energy saved and stored in the body can cause depression.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18007/gisap:msp.v0i1.316

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