Hypnosis has generally been recognized as an effective intervention in the treatment of obsession, compulsion and addiction. It may not be for reasons we usually think. Too often active discoveries are associated with the headache that point to a lack of understanding of the causal relationship. Modern meetings and recent discoveries by neurologists can open the door to understand the relationship between hypnosis and treatment of addiction. Suggestions for relaxation and slow, quiet breathing as indicated by hypnosis, meditation and yoga are important factors in the treatment of addiction.
Conflict and obsessive behavior can be associated with self-study by using addictive behaviors and absence of obstructive effects by the executive committee of nursing. Basically, constraints start to a large extent with overactive cingulates, which are the median substrates in the facade where the two hemispheres meet. In particular, the forearm cingulate gyrus (ACC) is inactive when obsessive and obsessive factors are present. (ACC acts as a switchboard for your thoughts. Function refers to obsessive and obsessive thoughts. Activities related to attention deficit.) These ACC over activities can occur simultaneously by being in front of the front lights. This is a particular concern when it is associated with a saddle (over eyes), which means that the tagging does not prevent negative behaviors. In terms of players, it means that we try to oppose the work of obsessive thinking with addictive behavior that is not halted by our normal obstacles.
The disease of unhappiness (ie obsession and compulsion) affects the entire body. Since ACC is in the middle part of the brain and controls the limbic system, the emotional center of the brain and our relationship with our auto-activity, it should be obvious that excessive ACC is associated with physical emotions. Addictive behavior affects our body and responds to certain emotions. When the body is "skilled" at the cellular level to expect this behavior, it is even harder to reverse the desire for self-treatment.
Add this incapacity to the front to combat these autoimmune reactions. If normal, cataracts in the front of the cortex will stop addictive behavior. (At this point, the front panel deficiency is not discussed in response to a cerebral palsy.) Although low activity in the frontal lobes is usually associated with ADD and ADHD, when it is a coincidence with overactive ACC, more complicated problems arise. Some psychiatrists call this problem overactive ADD.
If someone really has a hyperactive ADD, then you must seek medical attention. Such treatment usually contains drugs, low protein / high (good) carbamate, and exercise. Psychological treatment should also be part of the equation, as it is not recommended to treat a single method. Furthermore, despite being diagnosed as hyperactive ADD, a medical issue requiring medical care, it is my opinion that many patients and patients seen by patients, psychologists and psychiatrists have similar information without having reached a level of pathology that requires the authorization of medical treatment as the main role. This would include people who have smoking, sex addiction and eating disorders.
Concurrent ACC and under active frontal law make drug treatment very difficult. The ACC wants peace and quite and the rest of the front side wants stimulation. Too often, the frequency of serotonin is thought of addictive behavior, such as smoking, the only way to calm the ACC. (Note that this is the reason why former smokers gain weight as they get an increase in serotonin by eating unhealthy carbohydrates.) While boring bone lines desire greater stimulation than getting inadequate nutrition and oxygen due to increased ACC requirements. Addictive fishing produces such stimulation by promoting basal ganglia to create a sudden heap of dopamine, which is the stimulation of the neurotransmitter. This often reduces dopamine production and leaves the addict to burn out to pursue productive behavior. In summary, addictive results lead to simultaneous burning desire for calm and stimulation leading to somnolence. It's like smoking while drinking a fourth cup of coffee and you feel so dried (and probably about your behavior).
When dealing with drug biology, deal with overactive ACC and under active facades. In the first case, the excessive cingulate can focus attention and attention on relaxation. Since the balance of ACC is also the center of attention in the brain, being able to calm the mind with hypnosis and meditation is a significant intervention. In addition, by controlling the Spirit, which also occurs in hypnosis, meditation and yoga, this heart rate stimulates to increase serotonin flow. (Heilastaminn is the main regulator in the breath and a major producer of serotonin, which is soothing neurotransmitter in the brain.) It's my opinion to overlook the benefit of hypnosis in the fight against drugs is the need to relax your mind by focusing on it to set down ACC. This releases necessary blood flow to other parts of the brain to include previously starved facial lobes, thereby reducing excessive stimulus and allowing the Commission (and these inhibitory) actions to come back up.
When we take additional behaviors such as smoking, food damage, gambling and sexual dependence, the emphasis is often on the content of guidance and hypnosis when the process can be the main intervention intervention. There has been a lot of research and discussion related to the bad effects of stress and the role of hypothalamus pituitary adrenal (HPA) axis with too little emphasis on the rest of the nervous system. Hypnosis is usually referred to as the primary effect device for effects on HPA. Nevertheless, scientists do not usually investigate the effects of other neurotransmitters. Increased understanding of the biological basis of skills, focusing on attention and pace, relaxation of breathing, which are both part of hypnosis, can certainly enhance understanding of the positive benefits of science and the art of hypnosis.