Primary cause

We are referring here to heredity since, in almost all cases, we find the same problems or nervous symptoms in a patient's progenitors, to a more or less pronounced degree.

Note that heredity, above all, creates an environment propitious for the development of the disease, rather than creating the disease itself.

From a cerebral point of view, we can say that the effect of heredity is either to inhibit the progressive development of cerebral control, which would otherwise occur completely naturally starting at a certain age, or to instill patients with a kind of instability or insecurity.

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