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... weak pulse, and very low blood pressure. Colloquial use: People use the word ‘shock’ for alarm, fear, trauma, panic, surprise, scandal and the sudden or unexpected .  ...
... have the potential for use in other groups, such as healthy elderly individuals or patient groups with memory-related difficulties (e.g. mild cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injury). The widespread ...
... of antibodies for common viruses, suggesting that anxiety can reactivate otherwise latent viruses in our body. Anxiously ruminating on a traumatic incident has been shown to increase our levels of C-reactive ...
... is where our emotional experiences - spiritual, traumatic, joyous - connect with our higher-level abstract processing during decision making, to give us a sense of 'right' and 'wrong'. Main findings ...
... delusion; separating the signal from the noise, and making a habit of reasoning instead of 'parroting' can be both exhilarating and traumatic, so we hope you will be understanding of the nature of reprogramming ...
... or trauma, recover and re-balance itself over time. A resilient immune system can adapt to repel a broader spectrum of infections. A resilient personality is one which is very difficult to condition. Resilience ...
... death due to blunt force trauma via fists or ballistic missiles. This is humans at their worst and their most dysfunctional, and this type of adherence unfortunately usually co-presents with arrogance, ...
... have been found useful for other, entirely unrelated things; such as the antibiotic Anisomycin, which can also help to block traumatic memories.   What follows are four reports on science reporting, ...
... has important implications for changes that take place in depression or traumatic brain injury, where we sometimes see dramatic changes in motivation in humans. To look at this, they had rats perform ...
10. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... The different anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and phobias, are also extremely common, with a combined lifetime prevalence of over 28%, and with a similar ...
11. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... Mr Cakeliner Information: Mr. Hairy Cakeliner of the planet Gong was recently admitted to hospital suffering from immediate obvious trauma, having taken three thousand two hundred and thirty illegal ...
12. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... & cognitive techniques –Such as self-hypnosis, EFT, co counseling and CBT Can be particularly helpful for shifting traumatic memories. Impact on memory: Varies widely according to individual ...
... If it goes wrong, this process can become pathological, as occurs in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a condition characterized by persistent, too-vivid memories of traumatic events. New concepts ...
14. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... PKMĪ¶ activity in the hippocampus is important in the maintenance of established spatial memories. These data suggest that PKMĪ¶ inhibitors may prove useful in treating problems such as post-traumatic ...
... memory alike. Most neurochemical imbalance is caused by anxiety, and this is why it remains NH enemy # 1. Accidents and trauma are also risk factors, as is diet. There are so many ways to adjust neurochemistry ...
... were the same. Dr. Shapiro began testing this scientifically, first with war veterans suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Some of these men had been in traditional therapy for 15 to 20 ...
... weak pulse, and very low blood pressure. Colloquial use: People use the word ‘shock’ for alarm, fear, trauma, panic, surprise, scandal and the sudden or unexpected .  ...
18. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... if they feel too traumatized to leave the building, or cannot remember where they live or recognize their wife.] Mental performance in this sort of testing remained until recently one of the best ways ...
19. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
...  What Are the Causes? Tissue [inside or outside] may be damaged by trauma, infection, or a problem with blood supply. Pain receptors send signals to the brain, and the damaged tissues release chemicals ...
... It has demonstrated strong effects on improving memory and preventing cell death. If given within a 2-hour window of opportunity it provides neuroprotection against ischemic stroke, traumatic head injury, ...
... which are both in the Racetam family, like Piracetam, Vinpocetine, Centrophenoxine, Picamilon, Idebenone, Galantamine, and Pyritinol (a drug used in Europe to aid healing in severe head trauma). Improves ...
... increases cortiol levels. Traumatic or constant stressful events elevate cortisol levels in the blood for prolonged periods.  These events may be conscious or unconscious.  ...
... Galantamine, and Pyritinol (a drug used in Europe to aid healing in severe head trauma). Improves focus and memory, and enhances creativity. “Learning Factors” Contains tuna-fish–oil ...
24. ICMM 4 Find (key factors of damage)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... information processing, sensory motor systems, timing and rhythm, orientation and balance. 6. Inappropriate and traumatic physical treatment at birth causing shock and sensory overload, producing ...
25. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... this can cause slow internal bleeding in the spine resulting in 'cot-death' weeks or months later.) KF6: Inappropriate and traumatic physical treatment at birth Shock is also a major cause of brain ...
26. ICMM 7 View (perception & programming)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... cells (in the olfactory bulb). The axons of these olfactory neurons make up the very delicate Cranial Nerve 1, which is the one most susceptible to shearing forces in head trauma (such as, having your ...
27. ICMM 10 Memory Editors (enhancing & wiping)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
10. Memory Editors (Enhancing & wiping memory) (This technique is currently undergoing clinical trials for the treatment of PTSD in war veterans, trauma and disaster survivors.) The ...
28. ICMM 16 Advanced Applications Level 1 (hacking pain)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... prepared to cheerfully hurt them to achieve this. Less pain experience in trauma also lessens the likelihood of PTSD. Let's take a look at what gives us our sensitivity... How do we perceive pain in ...
29. ICMM 18 Troubleshooting (problems & solutions)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... with long term memory and recall Memories can be repressed, especially traumatic ones. This usually passes with time, if it does not, there are various ways of dealing with it. All depend on overall ...
30. ICMM 19 My Documents (personal account)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... between two AIs this could most likely be decided without much trauma. But by the same rules, if it's you and I, I feel the same way. (Notice I say 'feel', not 'think'. The emotion is rectitude.) The greatest ...
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