The big difference between a “holistic” clinic and a conventional is that they look for the cause and don’t treat the symptom. At the Paracelsus clinic in Swiss Dr. Rau has developed a very detailed method to determine the cause. Watch the whole series on how to detect cancer early with thermography and heartrate variabilitytest with a nutrigenomic DNA test if you can detoxify with your liver: http://maxawareness.com/blog/paracels…
Best Anxiety Medication – Ways To Make Your Anxiety Go Away With And Without Using Medication at http://www.PanicAwayProgram.org Although anxiety is accepted as being a normal and healthy emotion, some people suffer from intense anxiety, which ends up affecting their lives and causing them to keep away from certain situations that they used to be able to deal without difficulty. If you are suffering from anxiety then you should begin on finding an appropriate and effective method of treatment. http://www.PanicAwayProgram.org
The first thing you need to do is determining the type of anxiety disorder you suffer from. There are five main types of anxiety disorders: generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and social anxiety disorder. Effective treatments for each anxiety disorder are accessible, and new and enhanced treatments are always becoming available.
Once you have found out the type of anxiety that you are suffering from you will be able to find the suitable anxiety disorder treatment. Mild anxiety disorders can often be treated relatively simple with relaxation and breathing techniques. Yoga, for instance, is a great type of exercise that can really help with anxiety and related health conditions. This is definitely something that should be tried prior to more serious forms of anxiety disorder treatment.
If your anxiety is more severe or constant, then therapy or counseling may become the best option. Cognitive behavioral therapy for one has been confirmed to be very effective in the treatment of all types of anxiety disorder. In this therapy you work one on one with an experienced and qualified mental health professional, who will assist you to deal with your fears in a safe and controlled environment. Over time you will be able to find out the root of your anxiety and from there work towards developing a treatment plan that will lead you to your normal life.
You can also select an anxiety disorder treatment plan that involves natural and herbal treatments. Herbal remedies such as valerian root and kava kava have over and over again proven to be effective at treating anxiety disorders and depression. You do need to keep in mind that just because these herbal remedies are natural it does not indicate that you do not still have to be careful. If taken inappropriately, these remedies can actually worsen your anxiety.
Hypnotherapy, biofeedback, and acupuncture are other options for anxiety disorder treatment. In order to determine which one is going to work best for you, you need to talk to your doctor. You may need to try a few different methods before you find the one that works best for you and your particular anxiety condition.
Medications for anxiety disorder
Generally, most treatments for anxiety disorders include at least one prescription medication. If you start taking medication as a treatment for anxiety disorder, it is important to understand that this should not be a long-term solution and you should keep working with a certified mental health professional in order to determine the root cause of your anxiety.
There are several common medications for anxiety disorder and one of them is selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Serotonin is known as the brain’s all-natural happy drug. Scientists believe that a lack of serotonin is the source of depression, anxiety, and panic attacks and therefore the purpose of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors is to increase the levels of serotonin in the brain. Some familiar brands that use selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are Prozac and Zoloft.
Benzodiazepines are another choice of medication, which act like minor tranquilizers. They decelerate the body’s nervous system, giving it an all-over calm. These types of medications can be addictive, so they should only be taken as prescribed. Some well-known brand names are Xanax and Valium.
Another medication that is used to treat anxiety disorder is antidepressants, which affect the neurotransmitters in the brain. Effexor is a good example of this type of anxiety disorder medication. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) are very strong antidepressant drugs that should only be taken as a last resort after all other treatments have been tried. These drugs can be lethal when combined with certain other drugs and foods. One thing that need to be noted, anyone who takes antidepressants may become more susceptible to suicide, especially when they first begin to take them or when the dosage is changed.
During ECSS 2013 a short comparison has been made between “free running” on the h/p/cosmos treadmill and running with resistance utilized the robowalk system. For evaluation of the biomechanical changes when utilizing robowalk in concentric mode the SIMI Aktisys motion analysis software with the active LED markers and the Delsys EMG have been utilized. See the result in the video and in the PDF for download. The overall idea was also to evaluate how the measurement devices like Simi and Delsys can be used to instrument a training machine like the h/p/cosmos robowalk to a more comprehensive measurement system involving even biofeedback tools and options. So we can really “know” and see what the robowalk biomechanically changes in a simple and feedback orientated way. This could help to identify a broader scale of “training goals” and in which further ways a system like robowalk can be used and how it has to be configured for specific patients and subjects. The short test showed how easy it was just to get some quick but useful movement and biomechanics data to control and adapt a training.
For the test we did on ECSS Mr. Philipp Russ from SIMI just quickly extracted data for the first running trial and the last robowalk trial. www.h-p-cosmos.com/downloads/application_data/20130709_data_comparison_free_running_vs_robowalk_hpcosmos_simi_aktisys_screenshots.pdf
Further analysis and evaluation would be recommended of course. A first interpretation could quote: “Increasing the traction force of the robowalk expanders will increase muscle activity if using it in concentric mode. This could mean a “training effect” up to the level when kinematics start to change. At that point it could mean that the “external force” is too high and will interfere normal function.” However, since the forces of robowalk expander ropes are very quickly adjustable in force value and force vector and the maximum forces of robowalk can be easily limited, there is no exposure of risks to subjects. Users are welcome and invited to contribute to further ideas and further evaluations. Thanks to all staff of SIMI, Delsys and h/p/cosmos who performed this short but creative and inspiring test during ECSS in 2013. We are pleased to invite everybody again to our booth #24 on ECSS 2014 from July 2-5, 2014 in Amsterdam Netherlands.
Megan Monahan the Director of Meditation from Wanderlust Hollywood introduces Muse meditation classes. She explains how Muse can help certain people focus more effectively on their meditation practice. For more information on Wanderlust visit http://wanderlusthollywood.com For more information about Muse visit: http://www.choosemuse.com
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NeuroFux provides state of the art services that empower our clients to maximize their potential. We offer neurofeedback training to help our clients achieve peak performance in their professional and personal endeavors.
Neurofeedback, or EEG biofeedback, is an electronic means of helping the brain regain it’s natural balance. It can be used to maximize the efficiency and function of the brain and the entire nervous system. Peak performers in golf, professional sports, business, and the entertainment industry have been using neurofeedback to excel in their professions for years. Neurofeedback helps the mind to remain calm, clear, and focused under the most stressful conditions. Our clients report better sleep, improvements in relationships, and an overall higher quality of life. But most importantly, they improve in the performance of the things that are important to them, and accomplish their goals. This is the objective of peak performance training.
Neurofeedback also helps relieve such conditions as anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, stress and PTSD. Sports teams have found it not only valuable for helping their players perform at peak levels, but also in the treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurofeedback has also proven effective for weight loss and smoking cessation.
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In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, we’ve selected the best questions that Bulletproof fans submitted voicemail, Facebook and the Bulletproof® Forums, for a great April Q&A. Hear Dave answer questions with recurring guest Dr. Mark Atkinson about hair and blood testing, lyme disease, heart rate variability, different kinds of coffee brews and more. This episode covers a variety of topics based on your questions. Thank you and enjoy the show!
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Resources Global Coherence Initiative – https://www.heartmath.org/gci/ DMSA – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimercaptosuccinic_acid Nummular eczema – https://nationaleczema.org/eczema/types-of-eczema/nummular-eczema/ Leaky gut syndrome – http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/features/leaky-gut-syndrome Medical uses of silver – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_uses_of_silver Daniel Amen – Change your Brain, Change your Life – http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01208WMYQ/ EMDR – http://www.emdr.com/ Adrenal Fatigue – https://adrenalfatigue.org/what-is-adrenal-fatigue/ Ozone Therapy – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312702/ Helen Irlen – http://irlen.com/founder-helen-irlen/
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Founded in 1975, Thought Technology is the world’s leading biofeedback and psychophysiological instrument manufacturer. Our instrumentation not only monitors and records a wide variety of physiological and mechanical signals, but also analyzes and feeds back information in real time, through a variety of auditory and visual means. www.thoughttechnology.com
Our equipment is used as an essential part of many therapeutic treatments and clinical assessment protocols to treat stress related disorders as well as provide treatment for incontinence and muscle rehabilitation, including sEMG-triggered stimulation. On the non-medical side, it is also used in ergonomics, sports and educational applications — wherever accurate and sensitive psychophysiological monitoring and biofeedback are needed. Typical signals include surface electromyography (sEMG), electroencephalography (EEG), electrocardiology (EKG), skin conductance, temperature, blood volume pulse, respiration, inclination, pressure and bend. We’ve also designed specialized equipment to interface with a variety of third-party sensing devices, such as goniometers and force sensors.
Le neurofeedback. Kesako?! Grâce à Sophie Lavault, découvrez cette méthode plus complexe qu’il n’y paraît. Dr Olivier Pallanca, psychiatre et neurophysiologiste, répond à toutes les questions que l’on se pose.