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1. Formal Reasoning & Truth-Detection: The Basics
(Neuropiraterie/Les Bases - French (Fr))
...  Stress. Clinical meaning: A specific (beneficial) response by the body to a challenging physical, emotional or mental stimulus, including the release of hormones & neurotransmitters according to ...
... stress. Some find that microdosing psychedelics alongside certain prescribed medications, such as stimulants for ADHD, has allowed them to reduce the dose and associated unpleasant side effects of their ...
... physical or both, and lack of clarity, usually caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. We 'can't be bothered'. A lifestyle of too much stress and no relaxation leaves us feeling we can't be bothered doing anything ...
... my own protection and safety -but what do you need protection from? Could it be, having to experience anxiety? Is your resilience to stress really so low? Why? I'm doing this for my own/our/your ...
... they will be too stressful; without giving themselves a chance to find out the truth. This leads to holding ourselves back, restricting our activities and development, due to anxiety. If your imagination ...
6. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... and challenging negative self-talk. Negative self-talk can become an automatic habitual reaction to stressful events. Reframing assists in becoming aware of any internal monologue; and widens our perspective ...
...  understanding resilience Here's another great word for getting rid of boring people at parties: Thigmomorphogenesis. It refers to the response by plants (in the wild) to mechanical stressors by altering ...
... I find this issue so distressing that I have been left with the unfortunate tenancy to generally rant on the topic uncontrollably.   Reference: O’Connor, C., Rees, G., & ...
... like all the stressors are 'just piling on', being 'overcome' by hassle, holds many people back in many contexts and limits their ability to thrive. The biggest thing standing in the way of beneficial ...
10. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
    *Classified 'sensitive file' - pictures of animal experiments and information in this article may cause distress to those who are anxious or upset by vivisection. These experiments were ...
11. Alcohol - Intellect & alcohol use
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
... medication for stress, experience of stress without taking medication, frequency of socialization with friends, number of sex partners in the last 12 months, childhood family income, mother’s education, ...
12. 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 ...
13. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... on correlations between stress or antidepressant treatment and down- or upregulation, respectively, of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). Genetic disruption of the signaling pathways involving BDNF ...
14. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... brain cells and make them more resilient against stress. This protective effect is in part due to fasting's effect on leptin and ghrelin; two hormones involved in appetite regulation. These hormones are ...
15. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... self esteem, presentation [ ]A I know myself well and I'm conscious of neurochemical/ physiological changes [ ]B I have no difficulty speaking in front of an audience [ ]C When I am distressed, ...
... the correlation in right inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) with personal distress, empathic concern, and fantasy also produced significant correlations in this region; shown in panel B. During imitation of ...
17. Schooling; The Hidden Agenda
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... as any senator, bus-driver, movie star, or medical doctor. My fundamental acceptances about the universe and humanity's place in it were rock-solid and thoroughly conventional. But it was a stressful ...
18. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... and the stresses peculiar to two-income or single-parent families have swallowed up most of what used to be family time. Our kids have no time left to grow up fully human, and only thin-soil wastelands ...
19. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... areas: Anxiety, what it can do and how to reduce it Plasticity, Epigenetics & Input control The difference between stress and anxiety The difference between emotion and sentiment   ...
20. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... and improved cognitive function. Impact on memory: Negligible Yoga/ Tai Chi When facing a stressful situation or even a scary email, people often hold their breath. Under pressure, most people breathe ...
... enable us to solve them. Keep an overview on how you’re feeling and if you start to feel stressed out, stop reading and practice anxiety reduction before proceeding. From time to time, you will ...
... don't make sense, such as 'masturbation is evil', but unfortunately this is often at the cost of having to deceive dumb people. This in itself can be very stressful, especially if you are stuck in a situation ...
23. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... methods of easing or preventing the emotional distress associated with bad memories. Progress has been varied, as we'll see...   2006 Proteomics -PKMzeta & ZIP Molecular neuroscience has ...
... with poor connections between N3/N4; notably Piaget, a mainstream success of his time in developmental psychology, and a whole bunch of other influential scientists whom we won't further distress by naming ...
... uncover that biological system in your brain and to verify and realign its function. We introduced you to the stress/relax response in the last tutorial, so now we’re going to have a look at just ...
26. WARNING: Mannitol
(News/Latest)
... be present in the testing area because Mannitol can cause such severe reactions. In plants, it us used to induce osmotic stress. Mannitol increases water and Na+ excretion, thereby decreasing extracellular ...
27. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... The brain will send out the signals that alter you breathing pattern, demand more sleep and rest, make you crave foods that increase your energy and so on. The stress on the body’s systems will thus ...
28. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... you'll lose empathy and emotional stability, and may get depressed or start wondering whether you have 'work related stress', or telling people you've been under a lot of pressure lately. As network ...
...  Stress. Clinical meaning: A specific (beneficial) response by the body to a challenging physical, emotional or mental stimulus, including the release of hormones & neurotransmitters according to ...
30. 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, ...
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