Researchers from mit found: positive memories help you to cope with depression and stress. The data has been confirmed in experiments with laboratory mice. By modifying the genes, scientists have created a special breed of rodents, says Zee News.
Positive memories in males formed by the meeting with the female. At the same time recorded the activity of cells in the dentate gyrus, responsible for memory. Further, rodents subjected to stress. Affecting the dentate gyrus, the scientists were able to rid mice from symptoms of depression.
Information received, according to Suzumi Tonegawa, Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, will help in the development of new methods of treatment of mental disorders.