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The effects of hypnosis on heart rate variability.
Uslu et al. (2012 ) suggested that hypnotic status can modulate cerebral blood flow. The authors investigated the effects of hypnosis on heart rate variability (HRV). In women, HRV decreased during hypnosis. Posthypnotic values were higher compared to prehypnotic and hypnotic values. Women had highest HRV parameters in the posthypnotic condition. It appears that hypnosis can produce cardiac and cognitive activations. Hypnotherapy may be useful in some cardiac clinical conditions characterized by an autonomic imbalance or some cardiac arrhythmias.
Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2013 Apr;61(2):162-71. doi: 10.1080/00207144.2013.753826. Yüksel R, Ozcan O, Dane S. Fatih University, Ankara, Turkey. firstname.lastname@example.org
Generally, health services involves both the environment in which a person or community lives in the forms of both preventive and curative services available. Normally, when a person considers the topic of health care more interested in the biological manifestations. However, more and more researchers, practitioners, and health services professionals are becoming aware of the cultural and mental health applications when it comes to physical health. Of course, mental health is an integral concern when it comes to health services.
Just like with cultural values, individual values and...
Several factors are involved with the experience of loneliness. One, of course, is a lack of connection. The brain has sectors that cause a desire for connection with other human beings. When that connection is not occurring, a certain level of uneasiness occurs. This is why prisons use solitary confinement as a form of punishment. Second, as a person feels safer in a group situation, when that connection does not occur in his natural for the person's fight-flight reaction to occur. This is sometimes called a sympathetic autonomic nervous system reaction. When chronic it may cause health...
Excessive worry and anxieties are so common in Western society that I sincerely doubt that there are many people who are not adversely affected by them. Do you constantly feel stressed? Do you have problems sleeping? Is your mind always hyperactive and jumping from worry to worry? Yes, you problem are handling your stress and anxieties very well.
Remember that your reactions are most likely part of what psychologists call learned behavior. This means that at some time you reacted – or over-reacted – to a situation. When you perceived it happening again, this recognition...