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The Effects of Guided Imagery on Comfort of Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer
Katherine Kolcaba, PhD, RN (U of Akron) and Christine Fox, PhD, (U of Toledo) found guided imagery to be an effective intervention for increasing comfort and reducing anxiety in 53 women with early stage breast cancer undergoing Radiation Therapy. The investigators designed and recorded imagery specifically for this study. Subjects were most likely to listen just before a treatment.
What happens when someone is experiencing an anxiety? Normally, we associate such an occurrence with distinct reactions in the body. Some people feel like their anxiety must be a heart attack. They find that their pulse increases. They feel a tightness in their chest. Their hands and feet may suddenly go numb. Yes, it may just feel like a heart attack is occurring. Even though it is not, still they are experiencing a miserable situation.
Anxieties normally happen as the result of a previous traumatic event. Often this event occurred during their childhood years. At that point the ability...
Unless you are one of very few lucky people, most likely the only way that you will ever be successful is to commit to taking the massive action required to achieve a goal. Star athletes, successful business people, and even those who have found the love of their lives realize that without commitment, nothing will ever be achieved. So, if this is such as well-established fact, why isn’t everyone a total success.
The answer to that question is that for too many people several of the areas of their brain, which should normally help them become masters of their universe, have enabled them to...
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...