Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Insights into Interoception

Looking over, rather than overlooking, our bodies improves mental health.

Photo by ELG21 at Pixabay

Blasting billionaires into space reminds us that humans survive only in a narrow range of temperature, atmospheric pressure, radiation exposure, and oxygen content.

In order to stay alive, animals need to track the external world and what’s going on in their own bodies…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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John Kruse

John Kruse

John Kruse MD, PhD, San Francisco psychiatrist, father of twins, marathon runner. Author of Recognizing Adult ADHD: What Donald Trump Can Teach Us About ADHD

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