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The brain’s reading of the body’s state is key to mental health

13 mins | Feb 20, 2022
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It's essential for more than just our survival. The overlap between bodily and emotional feelings goes much further than is commonly perceived. Camilla Nord, a neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge, explores the phenomenon of interception: the sense of the body's internal state. Here, she reveals how her research uncovered that the sense could help explain the interconnectedness of physical and mental health.
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