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“i feel lonely? what’s wrong with me?”

Paradoxically, people who are lonely may have more active social brains. One of the loneliest years in living memory comes to a close tomorrow, and the announcement last week of the first reported cases of COVID in Antarctica has driven home how far-reaching this pandemic really is—that even in the most lonely, socially isolated landscape in the world, people are not safe from the coronavirus.

But the pandemic has also laid bare the problems that arise from loneliness itself, which even in the most crowded metropolitan population centers of the world can have a crushing impact on human health. Loneliness has made major headlines this year as social distancing measures have forced more people to stay indoors and away from in-person interactions.

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Loneliness has been a constant theme in the agonizing tales of people dying alone in hospital beds with loved ones unable to visit them. And the prevalence of loneliness during lockdown has been the subject of scientific debate as some research has pointed to an increase in loneliness during the pandemic while other earlier reports suggested steady levels of loneliness throughout the pandemic. What nobody argues about is the fact that loneliness is linked to massive health problems, especially in older people. It comes at a cost.

People who are lonely also take longer to recover from surgery.

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It affects our physical and mental health, impacts our cognitive performance, and decreases our overall life expectancy. Some experts even claim that being lonely is the equivalent of smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Are people more sick because they are lonely, more lonely because they are sick, or a little of both?

Humans are social animals. Our social life is intense and complex, and scientists believe that over the course of evolution, the human brain evolved to develop an extremely powerful capacity for navigating sophisticated social interactions. We constantly track the words and deeds of other members of our social groups, decode their complex social meaning, recall past things our companions said or did, and relate those old memories to subtle new social cues to navigate any of challenging social interactions every day of our lives.

There is no way to look at a brain scan and tell if someone is lonely the same way you might identify brain cancer or a stroke. However the exact neurophysiology that lends itself to that ability has never been identified. There is no way to look at a brain scan, for instance, and tell if someone is lonely the same way you might identify brain cancer or a stroke. So Spreng and his colleagues took a population-level approach to the problem, looking at fMRIs and other brain scans of 40, people 40—69 years old through the U.

Dividing the population into two groups based on an answer to a single, simple question may seem a somewhat unsophisticated way of defining loneliness, where shades of gray are likely more the reality than black and white, but it is nonetheless a valid and widely used approach, according to McGill University neurologist Leslie Fellows, an expert who was not involved in the research. It is also a key network implicated in human social behavior.

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Paradoxically, what the McGill study shows is that in the brains of the Eleanor Rigbys, Father McKenzies, and all the other lonely people in the world, the default networks are actually larger, more active, and more connected than in people who are not lonely. Why should people who feel socially isolated have more activity or interconnectivity in the social parts of their brains?

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