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Physiological causes of emotional impairment: short essay

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One of the many things we take for granted is the ability to both express and recognize emotions, but this process may be impaired, either by injury or illness.

What are the physiological causes of this impairment? What happens in the nervous system when a person can not identify emotions?

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Physiological causes of emotional impairment are examined in a short essay.

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Physiological causes of illnesses are mostly due to organic dysfunction of some part or parts of the human brain, either due to injury, trauma, drug intoxication, accidental damage during surgery, or some genetic cause due to which, normal functioning of the brain gets impaired and affects the individual suffering from such a condition through absence or abnormal experiences of emotional ...

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