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> Does the low neural activity correlate with a less active experience of the world?

From the fine article:

> "Neuronal overactivity may not feel like anything in particular from the viewpoint of the worm, mouse or human, unless it gets bad enough to provoke seizures. But perhaps over time it may damage neurons."

No.




> Neural activity refers to the constant flicker of electrical currents and transmissions in the brain. Excessive activity, or excitation, could manifest in numerous ways, from a muscle twitch to a change in mood or thought, the authors said.

> It’s not yet clear from the study whether or how a person’s thoughts, personality, or behavior affect his or her longevity.

https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2019/10/nervous-syste...




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