The Limbic System

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  • Publicado el 11 abr 2017

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  • Tina
    Tina Hace un año +5

    Ive been suffering with PTSD from fairly severe early childhood neglect and abuse .
    For the las twenty years I’ve been sober but PTSD has been a problem.
    The last 7 months I’ve spent my spare time exercising and listening to lectures about the brain and it’s functioning
    It’s a laymen’s journey, but I’m starting to get it more clearly.
    Thanks Dave the Carpenter

    • Tina
      Tina Hace un año

      Can I ask you a question ?

  • Penelope Ryder
    Penelope Ryder Hace 4 años +9

    Brilliant. I have many discussions on the ideas that are thrown around in trauma and complex PTSD matters and spirituality where people advise people to forgive and let go. We are complex and people need psychoeducation. Really appreciate this video.

    • Mary Ann King
      Mary Ann King Hace 4 años +1

      Check out Robert Sapolsky...his lectures and book 'Behave'...and videos on Vagus Nerve stimulation.

  • My5t13
    My5t13 Hace 11 meses +1

    Very understandable breakdown of the anatomical lambic system. Currently studying cptsd and all theses terms are used quite a bit. This video has helped deepen my understanding of this subject. Thank you!

  • Amitis Lahimchi
    Amitis Lahimchi Hace 2 años +3

    Perfect explanation ! helped a lot. Thank you so much

  • Venkatesan Munusamy
    Venkatesan Munusamy Hace 4 meses +1

    GREAT lecture with detailed simulation model. Thank u SIR.

  • josh leach
    josh leach Hace 5 años +9

    Fantastic explanation, your use of visuals really helped me connect other bits information I've read on the subject.

  • تقي سعدون الجراح

    Thank you. It is very interested, really it is a mixture of Medicine, science, faith, & philosophy. Thank you very much for this highly interested lecture.

  • Morris Ramsay
    Morris Ramsay Hace un año +2

    Thanks for the very thorough description about such an important organ.

  • Anja Levacic
    Anja Levacic Hace 5 años +12

    Benzos dont act the same way as alchohol, but they do produce a similar effect. And at the end the lymbic szstem was reffered as lymphatic system. Other than that, great lecture!

    • Bianca Pomponio
      Bianca Pomponio Hace un mes

      He called them benzoids, I’ve never heard that before, maybe that’s how Americans pronounce it? We call them benzos

    • Scribblebytes
      Scribblebytes Hace 3 años

      @Maxwell Novetzke I'm an actor, I knew. That's why I came looking to see if anybody else did.

    • Johnny
      Johnny Hace 3 años

      they have same effect chemically on the brain

    • Maxwell Novetzke
      Maxwell Novetzke Hace 3 años

      who also kept saying autotonic instead of autonomic

  • Tejasvi Sakhamuri
    Tejasvi Sakhamuri Hace 2 años +3

    Thanks so much, love the flow of your teaching, it kept me oriented throughout

  • RK SINGING CHANNEL
    RK SINGING CHANNEL Hace 5 meses +1

    excellent video-- came to understand more of limbic limbic system more rather than in textbooks where we just had to keep on imagining everything.EVERYTHING BECAME CRYSTAL CLEAR NOW

  • Dagar Kajal
    Dagar Kajal Hace 3 años +5

    Thanks ... it's really helpful make more videos like this 👍

  • janne wallace
    janne wallace Hace 2 años +3

    'helpful extension of tool to my neuro coach studies. thank you sir:) also 'ties in with my focus on: bio geo metric integration

  • Stephanie Rabenberg
    Stephanie Rabenberg Hace 4 años +8

    Omg thank you so much for posting this! I cannot express how much this is going to help me to help people!

    • Sylvenia Orne
      Sylvenia Orne Hace 3 años

      Stephanie Rabenberg that’s gonna help me on Monday thanks

  • Dinar
    Dinar Hace 5 años +9

    Thank you so much Mr. Cinti. This is really help me to understand about limbic system and arise curiosity about this. Btw, i love the way you laugh haha.

  • Kamil Karaali
    Kamil Karaali Hace 5 años +3

    Very nice presentation. Also, the color and background preferences of your slides are just like mine :-)

  • MushroomKing
    MushroomKing Hace 3 años +9

    you're not a physician??? with the way you discussed the lesson so clearly, i wouldn't have known had you not told us :O

  • Musselchee
    Musselchee Hace un año +1

    Very helpful. THANK YOU.

  • Lady
    Lady Hace 2 años +2

    I am a member for 2 months now and try what Works the best for me!
    This (your) video is Very interesting. A lot of information and a need to listen again (and again) 👍😊👏😉 . Thank you 🙏🌺

  • gussy1962
    gussy1962 Hace 2 años +2

    Thanks!! very informative...

  • sesha chary
    sesha chary Hace 3 años +3

    Thank you regards awesome explanation

  • Shruti Joshi
    Shruti Joshi Hace 2 años +2

    systematic explanation. thanx

  • Mary Barnhill
    Mary Barnhill Hace 2 años +2

    Very Nice!! informative presentation.

  • Damian grmaden
    Damian grmaden Hace 3 años +2

    thanks very helpful

  • Andrew White
    Andrew White Hace 2 años +2

    Articulated well, thank you for sharing this knowledge. Your transparency is welcome and refreshing!

  • Eric Carlson
    Eric Carlson Hace 5 años +4

    good video! btw it's the autonomic nervous system, not "autotomic" ;)

  • Mr One
    Mr One Hace un año +2

    Good information

  • Belinda Elisa
    Belinda Elisa Hace 5 meses

    contact report 294, February 3rd, 2001: "Billy:
    Well, again and again the question arises whether the character can be inherited. In my opinion this should not be the case, because during my whole life I have never noticed that descendants have the same character as one or the other parent. Therefore, I assume that each person forms his or her own individual character. First this happens through the basic character formation that takes place during pregnancy in the mother's womb. This is followed by the educational character, which is formed by education and environmental influences during the first seven years of life. And finally, through self-education the character of life is formed, which results from the first two character forms and from the character of self-education.
    Ptaah:
    85. The character cannot be inherited and is therefore not genetically conditioned.
    86. The actual character, which you correctly call life character, is formed by the basic character or pregnancy and prenatal character as well as by the educational character and the self-educational character, as you have correctly explained.
    87. All three stages of character formation are therefore decisive for the final character form, the character of life.
    88. The entire process of character formation takes place in the limbic system in which the instance of morality is located.
    Billy:
    This is probably the instance that decides on the negative and positive as well as on the good and bad or honest and dishonest thinking, feeling and acting?
    Ptaah:
    89. You can also explain it this way.
    Billy:
    Good."

  • S5 0019 JOHNATHAN GARIT ANAK BEDUL

    Can share you note sir I really need it for my exam please sir🙏

  • Topala Luiza
    Topala Luiza Hace 6 meses

    Thank you so much 🙏🙏🙏

  • Carrie Hansen
    Carrie Hansen Hace 3 años +2

    did you mean the cingulate cortex was connected to the cerebrum or the cerebellum?

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti  Hace 3 años +2

      Cerebrum. Sorry for the confusion. :)

  • An Agent
    An Agent Hace 7 meses +1

    Thank you.

  • yogayantra Dominique
    yogayantra Dominique Hace 5 años +5

    Thank you Mr Cinti

  • ojaswini malukar
    ojaswini malukar Hace 2 años +2

    sensory cortex is posterior to motor cortex in parietal lobe

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti  Hace 2 años +1

      In fact, the brain's motor functions have many points in common with its sensory mechanisms, especially those involved in tactile sensations. Thus, the primary motor cortex, in the posterior portion of the frontal lobe, is immediately adjacent to the somatosensory cortex, in the anterior portion of the parietal lobe.

  • jimwillride
    jimwillride Hace 3 años +2

    "autotomic" used instead of autonomic at about 11:00

  • croco pix
    croco pix Hace 2 años +1

    Thank you

  • Samuel Kamoche
    Samuel Kamoche Hace 11 meses

    Cingulate gyrus part of the cerebellum 5:00

  • Angela Fulton
    Angela Fulton Hace 3 años +4

    Running around with the lamp shade.😅😅😅😅

  • Dylan Davies
    Dylan Davies Hace un año

    Mate you need to either work on your pronunciation or include a disclaimer about dyslexia/some other reason. Otherwise you're undermining your integrity as a reliable scientist.
    Good video otherwise, solid information. Thank you.

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti  Hace un año

      I'm all set. Thanks for your thoughtful concerns. : )

  • Sylvester Stallone
    Sylvester Stallone Hace 2 años +2

    I didnt inderstand where thename of fornix came from?
    Can anybody tell me?

    • Fortunato De Guzman
      Fortunato De Guzman Hace 8 meses +1

      @Ray Cinti Well said sir!!...

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti  Hace 2 años +4

      The fornix meaning "arch" in Latin is a C-shaped bundle of nerve fibers in the brain that acts as the major output tract of the hippocampus. Prostitution in ancient Rome was legal and licensed and prostitutes would locate themselves under arches. Because the arches were a favorite location for prostitutes or potential prostitutes. These arcade dens were called ‘fornices’ from which derives the English word fornication.

  • Bianca Pomponio
    Bianca Pomponio Hace un mes

    You ended the video calling it the lymphatic system. ???

  • Youcef Benloucif
    Youcef Benloucif Hace 4 años +7

    You said the LYMPHATIC SYSTEM while I believe you meant to say is LIMBIC SYSTEM. That mis-speaking happened about the 3:20' mark and 26:30' in your video and it happened twice. You might want to edit & correct that. Just saying.

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti  Hace 2 años +1

      Ramsey R. Sometimes my dyslexia interferes but thanks for your assistance.

    • Ramsey R.
      Ramsey R. Hace 2 años +1

      @Ray Cinti loved your video! the pronunciation of Benzodiazepines is "Ben-zo-Die-as-a-peens" btw :)

    • Ray Cinti
      Ray Cinti  Hace 4 años +2

      Yes and thanks. Sorry for the confusion. If you are really interested in the Lymphatic System then let me recommend this video. It's pretty popular, just saying. esclips.com/video/P8jAtFxMKcA/vídeo.html

  • Richard Ho
    Richard Ho Hace 3 años +1

    Dr. Najeeb explained this better.

    • Richard Ho
      Richard Ho Hace 3 años

      @tipcidaninfluencerolmaz : spelling error. Dr. Najib

    • tipcidaninfluencerolmaz
      tipcidaninfluencerolmaz Hace 3 años

      I couldnt find his video in my dr najeeb account can you tell me the name of that video

  • john hopkins
    john hopkins Hace 4 años +3

    why do you need to include a picture of yourself???

    • scott thomas
      scott thomas Hace 3 años

      He can't help it if he a ladies man!

    • Sedna Floating
      Sedna Floating Hace 3 años

      he's right. it's distracting. we have three things to look at - the text, the cursor moving over it and his "picture". and the third has no relevancy.

    • Haweyo Rashid
      Haweyo Rashid Hace 4 años +11

      what is wrong with his picture? I found more helpful looking at him; please be grateful what he is doing for us, and stop asking irrelevant questions