Month: February 2019

Antidepressants

Use of words and mental images

I stress once again: words and their mental images, if applied correctly, can cause such changes in our consciousness, in our body that correspond to these words and their mental images. All variety of mental images that can be used for self-mobilization, conveniently divided into three groups. The first group is figurative representations associated with […]

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Antidepressants

A few general comments

So, PMT consists of two parts – calming and mobilizing. In both, to achieve the desired result is mainly used the power of words and their corresponding mental images. With their help, you can adjust your mental state. Practice shows that those involved in mastering the soothing part of the BMT in 5-7 days. During […]

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Antibiotics

Mobilizing formulas

We now turn to a specific process of “targeted” verbal impact, aimed at consciously increasing the tone of the sympathetic nervous system, the activity of which is the physiological basis of the mobilized state of the body. Academician I.P. Pavlov wrote: “The word, thanks to the entire previous life of an adult, is associated with […]

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Antibiotics

Self-regulation and autogyptoid vegetation (AGIV)

In the early 30s academician I.P. Pavlov, in his Reply to a Psychologist to Psychologists, wrote: “Man is, of course, a system (coarser, machine), like any other in nature, subject to the laws that are inevitable and the same for all of nature; but the system, in the horizon of our modern scientific vision, is […]

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Antidepressants

Autohypnoid vegetative

As already mentioned, translated from ancient Greek, “autos” means “myself”, “hypnosis” – “dream”. And what is the “ideo-vegetic”? I think that this is the most correct way to call the process of submission to the mental images of the vegetative functions of our body (“ideo” – thought, mental image; “vegetalics” – vegetative nervous system). The […]

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Weight Loss

Dementia – causes, epidemiology, classification

Synonyms of dementia: a chronically occurring psychosyndrome, organic progressive disorder of brain activity in the elderly. Definition of dementia. Relatively frequent impairment of memory and other cognitive functions (eg, orientation), lasting longer than 6 months. Epidemiology of dementia. In Germany, about 1 million patients, the development of the disease is associated with age, about 60% […]

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Antidepressants

Delirium – synonyms, diagnosis, prognosis

Synonyms: acute disorder of consciousness; acute psychotic syndrome; transient syndrome; exogenous reactive type Definition of delirium: acute reversible disorder of attention, perception, thinking, consciousness with psychosomatic manifestations Epidemiology of delirium. 15-30% of patients in somatic hospitals develop delirious syndromes, in 1/3 of which the occurrence is pharmacologically determined. Etiopathogenesis of delirium Cholinergic deficiency caused by: […]

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