Month: June 2019

Antidepressants

The third method is self-suggestion.

Self-suggestion is one of the methods included in the framework of a more general concept – “mental self-regulation”. Psychic self-regulation (PSR) is understood as various methods of independent influence on one’s own mental state (and through it – on other functions of the body) by using primarily words and mental images corresponding to words. Let’s understand what […]

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The effectiveness of neurontin in the treatment of chronic pain of lumbosacral localization

The study of chronic pain syndromes lumbosacral localization (low back pain) has traditionally received much attention. According to epidemiological studies conducted in the United States and Western Europe, the prevalence of pain in the lower back reaches 40-80%, and the annual incidence is 5%. Between the ages of 20 and 64, 24% of men and […]

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Autogenic Training (AT)

I.G. Schultz, a medical practitioner, traveled to India, where he became acquainted with the teachings and the system of yogis. At home, in Germany, while treating patients, he often used hypnotic suggestion. After each session, he demanded from his patients a written report on those feelings and experiences that they experienced during hypnosis. Analyzing the multitude of self-reports, Schulz […]

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Mental self-regulation

Psychic self-regulation (JDP). So, the main method of mental self-regulation are words and mental images corresponding to words. Their strength can be used in two directions – pedagogical and medical. Here we will talk mainly about the medical direction – but not from well-known therapeutic positions, but in the light of the new, non-therapeutic use of AKP, which, at the […]

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Mechanisms of self-hypnosis

The main mechanisms of action of self-hypnosis. More recently, it was believed that the basis of calming the nervous system, and even more sleep, is the process of inhibition, covering brain cells. This representation was born in the physiological school of I.P. Pavlova. But over the last decades of the 20th century, thanks to the development of electronic technology, […]

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Brain and muscle.

Why can we, without looking, say, at the fingers of our hands, say what position they are in: straightened, half-bent or clenched into a fist? Because the muscles and joints in the brain constantly receive so-called proprioceptive impulses, “telling” about what is happening on the “periphery of the body”. In this way, the brain receives information about […]

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Submission and imagination.

These two types of mental processes play a very important role in mastering self-hypnosis. Important because the words used in self-hypnosis must always be accompanied by appropriate mental images. And mental images are realized mainly in the form of ideas or imaginations. The difference between them is as follows. If we look, for example, at a pencil, and […]

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How to treat thrush?

Most of the fair sex knows about the symptoms of thrush. I must say that men, this disease also does not pass by. Meanwhile, the pathogen of thrush is a resident of our normal microflora. Thrush (vulvovaginal candidiasis) is a fungal infection that is caused by microscopic yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida (most commonly […]

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The first practical training PMT.

For the convenience of learning, all the muscles of the body are divided into five groups: the muscles of the arms, legs, torso, neck and face. Imagine that you are in a room where five large lamps hang, and in the corner a small night light glows dimly. Lamps are muscle groups, and a nightlight […]

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