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31. Play: Big Pharma
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... The executive explains that she “can't just say ‘buy drugs,’” so the advertisers develop a campaign that preys on women with societal problems, such as stress or homelessness. Clearly, ...
32. Glutamate & Empathy
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... pā€Š=ā€Š0.018; adjusted alpha-level of 0.017, Bonferroni) but not by “empathic concern” or “personal distress”. No significant relationship between IRI subscores and the glutamate levels ...
33. Books: Why We Cooperate
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... a stimulating piece is the commentary section, in which four eminent scientists from neighboring fields probe alternative perspectives. Joan Silk stresses the importance of the multidisciplinary approach. ...
34. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... to tolerate the stress of the more traditional surgery. The decision of whether an aneurysm should be treated surgically with a clip or through inventional neuroradiological techniques is usually made ...
35. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... whenever you need or want relief from symptoms of stress, or you can practice it regularly to enjoy the benefits of deep relaxation and prevent the effects of chronic stress. It is a lot easier to learn ...
... resistance to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, heat, and oxidative stress. Studies revealed a new system for specifying longevity and stress resistance and suggested possible mechanisms for mediating life extension ...
37. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
...  Age as a risk factor depends on the type Some types are more common in females Chronic stress is a risk factor. Lifestyle is a very large factor [see neurohacking tutorials].  ...
... co-ordination. Pain ceases to be threatening, intrusive and distressing; but it can still be sensed and avoided. At lower dosages, opium may be pleasantly stimulating rather than soporific. Throughout ...
...  [drugs that are used to reduce and control the symptoms of chronic stress and anxiety] Types of drugs: Benzodiazepines Chlordiazepoxide Diazepam Lorazepam Oxazepam   ...
... of cortisol occurs in anxiety (chronic stress).   Excess Cortisol is related to: Diabetes It counteracts insulin, contributing to hyperglycemia. Skin Aging Loss of collagen ...
... our work on N1 & N2, and take a look at the stress/relaxation principle as the main factor in learning, growth and development.    Follow the Right Habit Mental Fitness ...
42. Matrix Theory Background - Herman Epstein Papers 1
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... to be present only randomly. By age 2 years, the latter monkeys were fearful in most situations, distressed if separated from the mothers, and socially inept. The work of Ribble (1965) describes the similar ...
43. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... body to start the birth process. (Obviously if birth is induced the intelligence is not mature enough to cope with the experience and an overdose of stress hormones results in anxiety, turning down the ...
44. ICMM Start (introduction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... accept the following definitions for the purposes of this theory/paradigm/map whilst bearing that in mind: Emotion... A tool in the service of intelligence Anxiety...Unresolved stress Sentiment...Feelings ...
45. ICMM 1 Terms & Conditions (what is neurohacking)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... cause such a condition in a stupidity). An intelligence will have an efficient stress/relaxation cycle, which prevents the over-production of stress hormones. (Stupidities will not have this, and chronic ...
46. ICMM 4 Find (key factors of damage)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... labor in the supine position causing fetal distress, leading to the production of hormones that prevent brain growth. 5. Premature cutting of the umbilical cord at birth causing oxygen-deprivation-related ...
47. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... cortisol. The tiny body is physiologically in a constant state of anxiety without a feasible cause, a permanent 'stress-without-resolution'. Stuck in this situation, the brain of the fetus cannot develop ...
48. ICMM 6 Run (COMP)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... thrill (stress) of narrowly escaping being eaten by sharks, without having to cope with the actual being eaten if we fall out of the box; we must at that point put on the brakes and laugh, (relaxation) ...
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