brain anormalyneurotransmitters: these are "messenger compounds" used by your brain to transmit signals between brain cells; convinced neurotransmitters can have a notable effect on emotional state and conduct. 3. neurobiology: this term describes the structure and function of your brain and nervous system; it appears that some people with borderline personality disorder have several regions in the brain with unnatural structure and function. 4. environmental variables: incidents that happened in your history, such as your relation with your members of the family, appear to act an essential role in borderline personality disorder. Genetics of the borderline personality disorder: The most cohesive verification that genetics may play a role in borderline personality disorder is expeiment that studied twins.
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