The Unified Brain-Body

The term BRAIN-BODY refers to the unity of the entire, interconnected living human system.

This unity has been demonstrated in thousands of scientific papers but biomedicine has been slow to translate SYSTEMS BIOLOGY findings into clinical practice.

From the 16th Century CE, Western biomedicine has thought of the Brain and Body as separate entities.
These prior ideas are often attributed to French scientist Rene Descartes (1596-1650) who influenced the European Scientific Revolution to see Mind as distinct from Body (“cartesian dualism”).