By Peter C. Whybrow
"A compassionate exploration of melancholy and manic-depression."
"The such a lot thorough and wide-ranging dialogue for lay readers concerning the interaction of the actual and emotional parts of melancholy and manic-depression... His presentation is illuminating, and the case histories exhibit his sensitivity and talent as a clinician.... Whybrow's presentation deals a deeper figuring out of, in addition to a humane and clever method of those very troubling illnesses."
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It is an essential characteristic of all homeostatic systems that they continuously strive to find the best fit with the environment within which they operate. An everyday example in the mechanical world is the thermostat, which governs the temperature o f a room. As the room temperature changes, the thermostat makes the necessary correction by switching the furnace on and off, thus maintaining equilibrium around the temperature to which it has been set— technically known as the set point. The same general principles apply in biology, and in the human brain.
Through the day she began sipping steadily from a glass o f wine, a habit she had acquired during her solitary teenage years in France. ” She was seen by the best specialists in Montreal, including Wilder Penfield, the famous neurosurgeon and a friend o f the family, but no ex planation could be found. The summer months, when she was alone in Maine with her children, brought minor improvement, but with the onset o f winter, the disabling fatigue and insomnia returned. Elliot found himself distraught and angry, wrestling inside with a rising sense o f impotence and hopelessness.
Everything was hopeless. She could not cope with daily existence; she felt occasionally disoriented and life didn’t mean anything. There was nothing to look forward to and she was of no further value to her family. She won dered whether she might have a brain tumor because she felt so strange. She could no longer concentrate sufficiently to read, which had been her greatest passion. Before, she had always been able to es cape into her books. Her voice had trailed off; I could hardly hear her.