When we look at the brain, we see something very different from what it is.
The cortex is a huge area of tissue that is involved in processing the brain’s information.
As you can see from the diagram below, it’s divided into three sections.
Each section contains a number of cells that have different functions, each of which can respond to different inputs and respond to the same stimuli.
This is called the cortex.
When a cell fires, it can do things such as releasing neurotransmitters that are released by neurons and can affect the brain.
If a neuron fires, this produces a shock wave that travels through the brain and into the blood.
The blood travels from the head to the rest of the body.
This allows the blood to flow freely into the brain (as opposed to carrying nutrients and oxygen into the cells) and the brain can perform a number to a number calculation that is based on the amount of neurotransmitter released.
When you look at this diagram, it doesn’t look like the brain is a single unit.
Each of these sections of the brain contains many cells.
In some of the sections, you can actually see a whole lot of different cells.
But in other sections, the cells are much more complex.
There are different types of cells, different types and sizes of nerve cells, and different types in each section.
The more complex cells in a section are the ones that can communicate with each other and with the rest or between sections of cells.
This can be very important for communication and movement.
For example, when a nerve cell fires in the head, the nerves in the brain send a signal to a section of the spinal cord (the spinal cord is the bundle of nerves that runs from the brainstem to the spinal canal) which is then transmitted to other parts of the nervous system (such as the muscles and bones) that are part of the muscles that control the muscles of the arm or leg.
The muscle in the right arm is called a biceps brachii.
The right leg is called an abductor hallucis longus.
And the muscles in the left arm are called a flexor hallucidis longus (also known as a bicep curl).
This type of communication is called synesthesia.
Synesthesia occurs when a part of our brain detects that the signal comes from another part of a sensory system (for example, the arm, leg or brain).
For example if a nerve in the arm sends a signal when the arm moves, this can be the arm moving itself.
If we move the arm with the arm in our hand, this is synesthesia because we can feel that the arm is moving in our hands.
So, when we move our arm, we are synchronising our movements with the movement of the whole body.
When we move a finger, we can sense the finger is moving because the finger feels as if it is moving.
Synesthetes also feel a connection between the movements they feel and the physical movements of other parts or parts of themselves.
So for example, we have synesthesia when we feel a finger move, and we have a sensation when we are feeling the finger move that we feel it move.
In a lot of cases, people with synesthesia don’t realise it because they don’t experience any physical movement at all.
However, when someone with synesthetism moves their arm in a synesthetic way, the muscles contract in a way that feels very similar to the way muscles are stretched when they are in an exercise program.
This movement also feels very real.
Synesthetic movements are often associated with certain types of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, limb dystonia and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
When synesthesia is present, the patient can’t control their arm, or they can’t perform a lot in their daily life.
Synasthesia can also affect people with autism, and it can also impact people with depression, and some people with schizophrenia.
There is a very strong link between synesthesia and some forms of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
People with this disorder can’t stop thinking about things and having them constantly re-visited and revisited.
They can’t focus on specific things.
They don’t like to move things or interact with things that are close to them, even though they want to.
They may have difficulty making decisions.
Synesthesias are often linked with certain forms of depression.
When people with bipolar disorder are given the medication lithium and are given synesthesia as well, their symptoms are worse.
Synthetism is associated with autism and some form of obsessive compulsive disorder, and depression and schizophrenia.
Synvestia is associated in some cases with psychosis.
Synothetis are also associated with some forms, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, of bipolar depression.
Synaptic mechanisms that cause synesthesia Some synesthete patients can experience a kind of synesthesia with a