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Hypnosis and ultrasound-guided paravertebral block in breast cancer surgery.
The combination of hypnosis and paravertebral block (PVB) was studied in three patients scheduled for breast cancer surgery. The three procedures were realized under hypnosis. Median postoperative pain was rated at zero and comfort felt at 8 on a 10 points scale. Hypnosis could be an alternative to conventional anesthesia in combination with a PVB for breast cancer surgery.
Ann Fr Anesth Reanim. 2012 Jul;31(7-8):644-5. Epub 2012 Jul 3. Bouzinac A, Delbos A, Mazières M, Rontes O, Manenc JL. Service d'anesthésie, clinique Médipôle Garonne, 45, rue de Gironis, 31100 Toulouse, France.
The people I’ve encountered claiming to have shyness problems usually have it all wrong. Typically there concern is that they are afraid that everybody is talking or thinking about them. Therefore, when they are in a crowd they have the overwhelming concern that they are the center of attraction. This means that every fear and concern that they have about themselves tends to come to mind immediately. This is too much for them to handle. So they suddenly have the desire to crawl into their shell and avoid people – or at least crowds.
When looked at its most basic form, fear is a condition that all healthy individuals may experience. It is only when it becomes chronically out of control and unjustified by events in the environment, that it becomes problematic. Fear arises out of a person's survival instinct combined with the ability for the brain to stimulate and anticipate. It also may be due to recognition that an anticipated situation may not be handled by existing patterns of expectation. This causes the brain to go through what I call an adaptation phase. Of course, there is always the possibility that an individual...
Addictions are serious chronic brain diseases, which have biological, psychological, and social implications. They are powerful because they employ neurological processes required for learning and survival. However, they use these vital systems in a way that threatens the addict’s health, relationships, and may often end in criminal prosecution and jail time. So, to understand and treat this problem both the patient and the counselor must know how abuse is encoded, triggered, and reinforced.
Our brain participates in a two-level learning system. Generally, learning can be divided into...