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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 .  ...
... academic pressure and fears of coercion, which should not be ignored. The 2015 report by the British Medical Association concluded that the effect size of these drugs in healthy people to be moderate ...
... we use can spread kindness and understanding or fear and anxiety. Respond with resilience and know how to increase resilience to all kinds of challenges and changes. Shift your locus of ...
... for creating our own life, we will no longer need the excuses or imaginary benefits or fears our limiting beliefs have imposed, and a new life of freedom, passion and aliveness awaits. against ...
... moralities replace cooperation through respect with cooperation through fear. Biological morality does not need to control behavior from the top down via fear of punishment. People do moral things in ...
... the Amy's response is higher in response to fear-relevant stimuli in anxious subjects than in low-anxiety subjects.[54] This is a key to memory repair –we only remember things and store them long-term ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  hatred Alarm, concern, antipathy and defensiveness Sickess, fear, freak-out, ...
... they have no fear of failure, no fear of the unknown, indeed to them such things often appear exciting. Successful innovators are made through practice; we don't have sufficient wiring for full innovative ...
... drinking, drug-use and generally 'consuming'; the biggest addiction we face planetwide and the cause of most personal debt, waste, famine and pollution. Peer pressure and the fear of not appearing 'normal' ...
... after what, what usually causes what), and consolidate our unconscious likes and dislikes, loves and fears into the characters of heroes, goodies, baddies and monsters. The evil witch (with her nasty sentiments) ...
... user. The fear is that simple low-cost devices now available, such as the Emotiv, Neurosky or even ThoughtStream, chart our unconscious responses to questions and reveal unconscious recognition. For ...
12. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... they ever develop by preventing the fear 'overlearning' that is thought to occur during memory consolidation after trauma65.   The pathways mediating this learning are very complex. However, specific ...
13. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... for new experience and have no fear of the unknown [ ]F I'm constantly in the flow of entelechy (self-actualization)   Scoring: add up all the numbers from your answers to part a for your N6 ...
... they don't seem to happen if either party is anxious, insecure, coercive, or fearing loss. This is because interaction needs healthy emotion and autonomy of behavior. It needs our real selves. Why is ...
15. Welcome to NHA
(News/Latest)
... the loss, no matter the darkness, no matter the fear: we are one. Here gathered together in common cause we agree to recognize this singular truth and this singular rule: that we must interact with one ...
16. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... way. My own experience had revealed to me what many other teachers must learn along the way, too, yet keep to themselves for fear of reprisal: if we wanted to we could easily and inexpensively jettison ...
17. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  chemistry, and added CNS ACh. That's the state of 'concentration' in learning; the perfect chemistry to begin learning, as we are fearless, comfortable and receptive. It is important to learn that ...
... lobes that assist in predicting and assessing real dangers. Some harmful sentiments that can lead to mental (not to mention social) problems are: guilt, anger, jealousy, fear, shame, arrogance, possessiveness ...
... this sounds like you, fear not; we can improve our overall clarity and our powers of decision as well as our memory very quickly by improving congruity of association (and as a cheeky bonus side effect, ...
20. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... impaired 48-h auditory fear memory (AFM) induced by five but not one CS-US pairing protocol, while similar treatment with the NR2A antagonist NVP-AAM077 disrupted memory for both protocols. Consistently, ...
... researchers mistakenly concluded that this was the ONLY thing it could do. This wasn't entirely their fault. A morbid fear of fantasy and magical thinking was -and still is- epidemic among front loaders ...
22. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... with you. You shouldn't face your fear alone, and I know you don't believe in God." "We could die here."  "We'll die anyway. Better for it to be with you, if this is what you ...
23. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... Their aptitude for autonomy is so atrophied that their fear of freedom is among their few rationally grounded phobias. Their obedience training at work carries over into the families they start, thus reproducing ...
24. Introduction to bushcraft
(Homeworld/Bushcraft & Alternative Lifestyles)
... possibilities: Pain, illness or injury Extreme cold or heat Hunger & thirst Fatigue or sleep deprivation Anxiety/fear Boredom, loneliness & isolation Wide open or tightly enclosed ...
... 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 .  ...
26. Play: Big Pharma
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... doctor a drug they have seen advertised (15,18,19). Pointedly, Berry's physician fears his patients will sue if he doesn't prescribe the drugs they ask for. The notion that the pharmaceutical industry ...
27. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... affecting the brain that may need surgery but contrary to popular fear, the combination of tumor and brain is not necessarily a fatal one. Over a third of all brain tumors are benign and a further third ...
28. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... solve problems and relieve symptoms by changing behavior and the environmental factors which control behavior. Graded exposure to feared situations is one of the commonest behavioral treatment methods ...
29. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... fear or anxiety will make pain worse, while relaxation will reduce it to some extent. Those using recreational drugs that have pain killing effects should remember that you are on painkillers and be aware ...
... from parents, friends or partners, and the lack of which caused the depression in the first place? Human beings need to be nurtured throughout growth to be mentally healthy, to avoid insecurity and fear ...
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