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... the nature of the stimulus. In PTSD, the response repeats chronically without the stimulus. Colloquial use: People use the word ‘stress’ for strain, anxiety, hassle, pressure, panic, ...
2. IMMMUN Chapter 7
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... section, via the effect of anxiety on networks' blood supply). -When 'down' or anxious, we are only able to access associations/memories from the cortex of rear brain networks. Shapes, colors, textures, ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 6
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... apparent that the biggest cause of human anxiety and misery is anxious miserable relationships with other people, conducted in anxious miserable circumstances.[1] Relationships seem firmly at the core ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 5
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... unlikely in a sitiation governed by the demands of work and school, let alone emotional anxiety. Ideally, biology prefers us to maintain stable, open relationships wherein those who want to raise kids ...
5. IMMMUN chapter 4
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
    Chapter 4  system volitional control   Operational mode-switching (enabling anxiety-reduction), attention control and input control are the basic foundations ...
6. IMMMUN chapter 3
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... in isolation. Everything is about defense, until such time as the system feel safe enough to return to normal healthy functioning.   Anxiety-driven aggressive reactions may be overt or covert. ...
7. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... chronic stress (anxiety) our immune system, which protects us from bacteria and viruses, is suppressed. The immune system requires growth & repair mode, which uses a great amount of energy, so when ...
8. IMMMUN Appendix 1
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... Sensory motor input. Deal with anxiety by: Wimp behavior (sleeping heavily, or crying, whimpering and screaming if made to stay awake or exercise much). Possible phobias: Fear of physical exercise, ...
9. IMMMUN Chapter 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... panic, hassle, fear, melodrama, anxiety, trauma, dysfunction and unhappiness in people's lives, stems from a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of reality - or should I say of the reality of nature ...
... reuptake inhibitor also used to treat ADHD (Graf et al., 2011). Given the interaction between motivation, mood and cognitive performance, people are also using drugs that improve sleep, reduce anxiety ...
11. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  Anxiety & mental health general 7.601 Anxiety    ...
... 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 ...
... to anxiety. At the root of our concern is the question, what causes this disparity between how we perceive aspects of our lives to be and how they actually really are? The answer of course is incongruity, ...
... it. Often, imagining what a load of hassle or how hard something is going to be puts us off even starting. If we remove anxiety's prophecy of doom and look at reality (ie, what it actually feels like to ...
... bad. Emotional & behavioral stability. Expression of healthy emotion and passion is good. Lack of self control, low resilience against anxiety, and expression of sentiments which ...
... assumption, deception, distraction, delusion, anxiety, misunderstanding, misinterpretation, rumor, gossip, opinions, bullshit and outright lies.) ...That's a lot of noise, from which we have to detect ...
17. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... through with someone you trust can help you understand it better yourself. Don't depend on others to decide what to do for you; tell them your proposed solutions along with the problem. 5. Keep anxiety ...
... unless you have previously completed basics & intermediates tutorials. Most importantly it is vital to have a clear understanding of anxiety reduction, the difference between emotion and sentiment, ...
... of anxiety turns off blood supply to the very parts of the platform we need to use for these processes -the frontal lobes (this is why new ideas and solutions to problems come less and less frequently ...
... be looking at the techniques that we can use to change them all -it is the methods that we need to learn; regardless of what details they are applied to. Anxiety reduction, Input control, Output control ...
21. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
  Emotion, mood & anxiety disorders   Targeting abnormal neural circuits in mood and anxiety disorders: from the laboratory to the clinic Kerry J Ressler1, 2 & Helen S Mayberg1, ...
22. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... doi:10.1038/nn1971 New insights into BDNF function in depression and anxiety Keri Martinowich1, Husseini Manji1 & Bai Lu2 1 Mood and Anxiety Program, National Institute of Mental Health, Building ...
23. Myth busting - Freud
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... dangerous in the same ways that diagnosis-by-astrology can be dangerous -it can create high anxiety in an unbalanced 'victim' (even causing suicide), and it prevents people from seeking the real help or ...
... or stopped.   A healthy baby's brain has many more neuronal connections at age two than it does at birth. An unhealthy brain may not. This is the basis for educating parents on diet, anxiety control ...
25. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  ]F I can adapt to using a new system or grasp a new paradigm or idea without anxiety, even if it contradicts what went before 5.4 Ergonomic processing & analysis [ ]A I always check information ...
26. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... what anxiety does and I persevere at putting others at their ease for all our benefit. [ ]3 I don't mind boring repetitive tasks if they lead to an interesting end or result. [ ]4 I am patient ...
... what they do”. Often, the simple answer is, “unthinking, automatic, anxiety-based habit”. Research shows the specific area of the brain that appears to control habit-change is part ...
28. 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   ...
29. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... for all networks   Anxiety reduction Input control Memory Connectivity & Congruent Association     Anxiety reduction Meditation (hack + exercise) When we meditate, ...
... the practice ever more difficult to approach, if anxiety levels are high. If you know or think that you may have a high blood/cortisol ratio and you do not practice any anxiety-reduction methods, or ...
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