Tag: Rules to stay Happy
TIPS TO STAY HAPPY 😻😻❤️
If you have a lot of stress in your life, find ways to reduce it, such as learning a few time-management techniques. Introduce regular exercise and time to yourself. These are positive changes. Taking control of your time in this way can effectively reduce stress.
The Body Is BRIDGE
The BODY IS BRIDGE :- People have always used drugs to deal with traumatic stress. Each culture and each generation has its preferences-gin, vodka, beer, or whiskey; hashish, marijuana, cannabis, or ganja; cocaine; opioids like oxycontin; tranquilizers such as Valium, Xanax, and Klonopin. When people are desperate, they will do just about anything to feel…
WHAT ABOUT MEDICATIONS?
WHAT ABOUT MEDICATIONS? People have always used drugs to deal with traumatic stress. Each culture and each generation has its preferences-gin, vodka, beer, or whiskey; hashish, marijuana, cannabis, or ganja; cocaine; opioids like oxycontin; tranquilizers such as Valium, Xanax, and Klonopin. When people are desperate, they will do just about anything to feel calmer and…
DRUGS TO SAFELY ACCESS TRAUMA :-
SAFELY ACCESS TRAUMA? When I was a medical student, I spent the summer of 1966 working for Jan Bastiaans, a professor at Leiden University in the Netherlands who was known for his work treating Holocaust survivors with L.SD. He claimed to have achieved spectacular results, but when colleagues inspected his archives, they found few data…
How to Heal From Trauma
THE BRAIN FROM BOTTOM TO TOP The most important job of the brain is to ensure our survival, even under themost miserable conditions. Everything else is secondary. In order to do that,brains need to: (1) generate internal signals that register what our bodiesneed, such as food, rest, protection, sex, and shelter; (2) create a map…
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT) Part 2:-
:- In contrast to its enectvenesS TOr irrational fears such as spiders, as not done so well tor traumatized individuals, particularly those with histories of childhood abuse. :- Only about one in three participants with PTSD who finish research studies show some improvement. Those who complete CBT treatment usually have fewer PiSD symptoms, but they…
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)
COGNITIVE BEHAViORAL THERAPY (CBT) During their training most psychologists are taught cognitive behavioral therapy. CET was first developed to treat phobias such as fear of spidersairplanes, or heights, to help patients compare their irrational fears withharmless realities. Patients are gradually desensitized from their irrationalfears by bringing to mind what they are most afraid of, using…
How to Heal From trauma :-
;>The emotional brain has first dibs on interpreting incoming information. . :>Sensory Information about the environment and body state received by the eyes, ears,touch, kinesthetic sense, etc., converges on the thalamus, where it is processed, andthen passed on to the amygdala to interpret its emotional significance. . ;>This occurs with lightning speed. if a threat…
How Do We Know We Are Alive?
Most early Neuroimaging studies of traumatized people were like those we’ve seen in chapter 3;they focused on how subjects reacted to specific remainders of the trauma. .. Then in 2004, my colleague Ruth lanius, who scanned Stan and Ute Lawrence brain’s, posted a new question, what Happens in the brains of trauma survivors when they…
LOOKING INTO THE BRAIN PART :- 3
You are six years old and getting ready for bed. You hear your mother and father yelling at each other. You are frightened and your stomach Is in a knot. You and your younger brother and sister are huddled athe top o the stairs. . You look over the banister and see your father holding…