The "social" brain is comprised of a network of neural regions which includes the amygdala [Brothers] The amygdala is one of several neural regions that are affected in autism.
The amygdala is concerned with emotion, imagination and memory as well as the autonomic nervous system which automatically controls our internal organs.
By targeting the amygdala, I_A_M_KEY can relax the autonomic nervous system affecting the trigger that sets off secretion of the adrenal and pituitary glands. This gives the body an opportunity to rebuild its immune system in many chronic illnesses.
An affect of I_A_M_KEY on the amygdala is to balance the alert system and balance the stress hormones epinephrine, cortocotropin, and glucocorticoids.
AMYGDALA connects directly to the ENTOHINAL CORTEX
AMYGDALA connects directly to the DORSOMEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE THALAMUS