The motor system is the part of the central nervous system that is responsible for movement. Much of the brain and nervous system are dedicated to the processing of sensory information, to build detailed representations of the external environment. Through vision, hearing, touch and other senses, we perceive the world and interact with it.
The neurologist, neuropsychologist and psychiatrist deal with diseases related to the brain. However, these are different professionals who treat different diseases. Knowing them will make us know which professional we should go to depending on the symptoms we suffer. Contents 1 Functions of the neurologist 2 Functions of the neuropsychologist 3 Functions of the psychiatrist 4 Not all diseases of the brain are the same Functions of the neurologist First of all, let's go deeper into what a neurologist is.
Phytotherapy What is Phytotherapy Today we see it in many places and its use is increasingly widespread, Phytotherapy can be understood as the use of plants or some parts of them to carry out therapeutic purposes. Its history dates back even to about 3,000 years BC by some clay tablets in the Sumerians but its use will be found for about 5 years.
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Projective techniques Projective techniques are a creative method to connect with emotions, needs, desires and shortcomings that have difficulties to emerge directly. Content 1 When projective techniques are used 2 Objective of projective techniques 3 Types of projective work 4 What are projective techniques for?