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Glenn Harrold Interview: Motivation for Hypnotherapy
Psychological and immunological defenses in cancer--the two aspects of one problem
The study group included 17 cancer patients, aged 25-55, (stage III-IV), mostly suffering melanoma. All of them received hypnosuggestive therapy to correct psycho-emotional disorders. Significant decrease in anxiety-related indices (p < 0.001) due to therapy pointed to rehabilitation of psychological defenses. Clinical rehabilitation was manifested by improved quality of life (p < 0.01), better habitus and adaptation (p < 0.01). The modulating effect on the macrophageal and phagocytic components of the immune system (p < 0.05) was matched by a significant correlation between psychological defense indices and those of immunological status. Our data have contributed to the existing knowledge about relationships of mind and immunity in cancer patients.
Something happens that should not have bothered you. You see a car accident, hear a loud noise, or even possibly nothing at all occurs other than you just finished a cup of coffee. However, your body is reacting as if you have received a threat to your life. Your heart is racing, you breathing quickens, and you feel that you are just about to have a heart attack. Yet, you absolutely know that your reaction is illogical and should have never happened. You are having a panic attack.
Experts tend to agree that panic attacks generally occur because deep in your brain you have been programmed...
When you feel that there is absolutely no way that you can cope with or resolve with stressful situation, it is quite easy to go into a panic mode. When feelings of panic are later triggered easily and frequently, you have established a learning in your mind and body. This learned behavior is normally referred to as a panic attach. Even though triggering event may seem illogical, you have trained yourself to react this way. The goal now is to reverse this habitual behavior.
The mature human brain is quite capable of appropriately processing threats. When a potential threat...
In order to understand whether a parent should use good-cop or bad-cop techniques with their child, they must first understand how a child’s brain develops. Otherwise, they could cause long-lasting neurological damage that will affect the child later in life. A child goes through a developmental neurological growth spurt during the first 26 months. This continues substantially for the next several years. Two critical things happen. First, the social parts of their brains – which is in the inferior temporal lobes – tend to develop more substantially due to the quantity and quality of contact...