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how are fine motor skills controlled by the brain?

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Dr. Alan Ali
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Psychiatry 32 years experience
Fine motor skills: The Primary Motor Cortex along the Pre central gyrus of the brain.

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Is it possible to use our brains to control a computer if paralyzed?

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What is going on! can't control rage and my brain has gone insane!?

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Go to the ER: If you feel you are out of control, you need to go to the er, or call 911 now.
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A 28-year-old female asked:

What does your left side of the brain control? If there was some sort of problem there, what if any signs would you notice first?

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Usual dominant: Hemisphere in right handers and many left handers. If so, problem could cause problems with speech expression and reception, but might cause right sided weakness, numbness, and even incoordination in the hand. Focal lesions may result in headaches and seizures.
A 35-year-old member asked:

What part of your brain controls your smile?

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2 types of control: Smile is controlled by regions related to voluntary movement and by emotional areas of the brain. Thus we can smile when told to do so, but we also smile (almost involuntarily) when happy, and the latter often seems more natural.
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A 23-year-old male asked:

Sometimes i think about issues in my life too much until i feel my brain stops working, and i cannt control it, then it goes away. Is this normal?

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See someone: You may best benefit from seeing a psychologist to talk about this.

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