It is true that healthcare in America has never been more expensive, but some of that expense comes from true research. In order to advance medicine and technology, research facilities need money and donations to continue to advance their research. One organization such as the Neurocore Brain Performance Centers has some of the cutting edge technology into brain function diseases and disabilities such as depression, ADHD, migraine headaches, and Autism.
One of those diseases that has been the topic of much conversation over the last half decade is depression. No longer is it considered a mood disorder, but an actual disease that millions of Americans suffer from. It affects people mostly between the ages of 15 to 44 but is also a leading contributor in suicide, which consequently is the second leading cause of death in young people.
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The centers that help aid the control and healing of depression at Neurocore are approaching the disease very differently. Instead of just prescribing mood changing medicine, they are actually looking at the brain, and brain functions to understand the root cause behind the disorder. With the ability to map more of the brain and its neurons, Neurocore can help retrain the mind to fight against depression and help people have a full recovery.
Like most diseases, depression has many forms of the disorder, so treatment varies from patient to patient. Part of understanding the many disorders in depression is to understand that it often develops internally and without reason. That does not mean that stressful moments in someone’s life could not be a contributor. Those who have depression do not always manifest signs and symptoms of the disease and often conceal the pain they feel inside. For those trying to mask or hide it, that also makes it more difficult to seek treatment.
As Neurocore seeks to improve their technologies, they are also always trying to find ways to receive donations to help advance their technologies. Depression research is vastly underfunded. The most severe cases of depression can be healed, but with more research and funding, the more improved the treatments will become. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.