Feeding & Metabolism

Nutrition in the provision of energy necessary for the continuity of life and the transformation of this energy with metabolic activities for the continuity of vitality activities of this energy.
  • Feeding and Fasting
  • Sleep-Wake Cycle
  • Thermoregulation
  • Circadian Rhythm
  • Energy Consumption

Neurocircuits of Hypotalasmus

Many vegetative functions necessary for the continuity of life are governed by the neural circuits in the hypothalamus.

The hypothalamus functions as the center of our body’s knowledge about itself, with the nuclei it contains and the magnificent networks in which they lie from the front of the brain to the back.

Such organized vital activities that take place in our bodies without our knowledge are provided through which specific neural networks and connections of the hypothalamus. Or what is the net contribution of a specific group of nerve cells to a certain function?

Internal Memory

Can our brain learn how to respond to the variables in our body?

Just as our brain has a conscious memory of changes in the world around us, it must have a subconscious memory of metabolic changes in our body.

We want to know how our brain learns that information, where it stores it, and how it uses it.