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Migraine Psychosis

Journal of Psychiatry is the best Scholarly Journals in Migraine psychosis in a current scientific community. Articles have been peer reviewed, accepted for publication, published online and most of the articles are indexed by Pub Med. Migraine is a common, disabling and often progressive disorder characterized by increased excitability of the central nervous system. It occurs in 18% of women and 6% of men in the US with peak prevalence in individuals between the ages of 25 and 55. Economic burden of migraine in the US is estimated to be approximately 13 billion annually. Memory is non-separable component on individual’s cognitive system. It is a process that knowledge will be coded, reserved, and remembered. In addition, many of important behaviors are learned. Our personal values depend on what we have learned and what we will remember. Memory is able to maintain information within an internal researchable keeping system, as this information is accessible and usable. In the recent decades, understanding natural and disturbed memory has been developed more than other cognitive features. All of our learning, thinking, planning and social behaviors are shaped base on our memory. Human being’s memory is as equal as his senses. Recognition of smells (smell memory), sounds (hearing memory), tastes (tasting memory), colors (observing memory), and roughness and smoothness (touch memory) require their recollection in memory. Human beings cannot make relationship with others, execute their tribal customs, represent their senses, recognize face of their friends and even knows the way to their home. “Elham Asbaghi , Effects of Neurofeedback on Memory of Migraine Patient”OMICS group provides Digital Book services, Digital articles saves paper, which will continue to offer benefits as the technology evolves Electronic books, because the content of a digital article is delivered electronically to your device, you can listen to your research almost immediately, any time of the day or night.
 
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Last date updated on June, 2014