Can Trauma be Passed on through our DNA? PTSD is a whole-body tragedy, an integral human event of enormous proportions with massive repercussions. ― Susan Pease Banitt Intergenerational Trauma is the idea that serious trauma can affect the children and grandchildren of those who had the first hand experience, due to living with a person suffering from PTSD and the challenges that can bring.
“Otwieranie Trzeciego Oka. Potężne starożytne techniki aktywujące szyszynke i poszerzające świadomość. Mity i nauka. Część I” jest zablokowanyOtwieranie Trzeciego Oka. Potężne starożytne techniki aktywujące szyszynke i poszerzające świadomość. Mity i nauk. How Do You Manage Emotional Pain? Take the Pain-Body Quiz to Find Out. In Eckhart Tolle’s opinion, emotion is the body’s reaction to a certain idea, to the mental interpretation of a specific or imaginary situation.
The ideas generating emotional reactions are often pre-verbal, that is, they remain unspoken or even unconscious, and they often appear in early childhood. These unconscious assumptions generate emotions in the body, and these emotions will in turn generate further thoughts or actions. A negative emotion is one that is poisonous for the body, it upturns the balance and harmonic functions of the body. The carrier of the negative emotions within the individual is the Pain-Body. By Pain-Body, Eckhart Tolle means emotional pain. If you’re ready to understand the nature, structure and dynamics of your Pain-Body, so that you may begin to heal it, all you have to do is to complete the following Pain-Body Quiz. The Difficult Art of Self-Compassion. “Compassion,” wrote historian Karen Armstrong in considering the proper meaning of the Golden Rule, “asks us to look into our own hearts, discover what gives us pain, and then refuse, under any circumstance whatsoever, to inflict that pain on anybody else.”
In her beautiful ode to compassion, Lucinda Williams urged: “Have compassion for everyone you meet … You do not know what wars are going on down there, where the spirit meets the bone.” And yet even the most compassionate among us have one sizable blind spot: the self. New Research Discovers That Depression Is An Allergic Reaction To Inflammation. New research is revealing that many cases of depression are caused by an allergic reaction to inflammation.
Tim de Chant of NOVA writes: “Inflammation is our immune system’s natural response to injuries, infections, or foreign compounds. When triggered, the body pumps various cells and proteins to the site through the blood stream, including cytokines, a class of proteins that facilitate intercellular communication. It also happens that people suffering from depression are loaded with cytokines.”
Inflammation is caused by obesity, high sugar diets, high quantities of trans fats, unhealthy diets in general, and other causes. By treating the inflammatory symptoms of depression — rather than the neurological ones — researchers and doctors are opening up an exciting new dimension in the fight against what has become a global epidemic. 10 Ways You Can Increase Dopamine Levels In The Brain Without Medication – Collective Evolution.
New Research Discovers That Depression Is An Allergic Reaction To Inflammation. The Effects Of Negative Emotions On Our Health. Humans experience an array of emotions, anything from happiness, to sadness to extreme joy and depression.
Each one of these emotions creates a different feeling within the body. Studies Find Body Pain Correlates With Spiritual & Emotional Pain. By Simple Organic Life| Life gets tough sometimes.
You start to feel like you’re on an emotional rollercoaster after a bit. But did you know that those emotions can cause a decline in your physical health? Dr. Susan Babel, a psychologist that specializes in trauma-induced depression, wrote in Psychology Today, “Studies have shown that chronic pain might not only be caused by physical injury but also by stress and emotional issues.” » Docent Catharina Lavebratt: Barn och ungdomar med ADHD och ASD har ofta förhöjda markörer för inflammation i blodet. Inflammationsdrivande mat kopplas till depression. 13 things mentally strong people don’t do. Mentally strong people have healthy habits.
They manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that set them up for success in life. The 5 Step Process to Develop Life Long Motivation. Motivation is often cited as the magical answer to everything you want.
If you were motivated you would lose that weight, write that book, start the business and so on. So how do we develop the habits and mind power needed to stay motivated on a daily basis? Here is my 5 Step Process to Develop Life Long Motivation. But, here’s a question: Think Twice: How the Gut's "Second Brain" Influences Mood and Well-Being. As Olympians go for the gold in Vancouver, even the steeliest are likely to experience that familiar feeling of "butterflies" in the stomach.
Underlying this sensation is an often-overlooked network of neurons lining our guts that is so extensive some scientists have nicknamed it our "second brain". A deeper understanding of this mass of neural tissue, filled with important neurotransmitters, is revealing that it does much more than merely handle digestion or inflict the occasional nervous pang. The little brain in our innards, in connection with the big one in our skulls, partly determines our mental state and plays key roles in certain diseases throughout the body. Although its influence is far-reaching, the second brain is not the seat of any conscious thoughts or decision-making. Gut–brain link grabs neuroscientists. Image: Lester V.
10 Little Habits that Steal Your Happiness. 1. Focusing on everyone’s story except your own. Go with Your Gut: How Bacteria May Affect Mental Health. NEW YORK — The oodles of microbes living in the gut may affect brain function, recent studies suggest. The human body is home to about 100 trillion bacteria — that means there are about 10 times as many bacterial cells as human cells in your body. Increasing evidence shows these microbes — collectively known as the microbiome — play a role in health, including mental health. Studies in mice suggest that microbes living in the digestive tract are linked to depression and anxiety.
"There's a strong relationship between gastroenterology and psychiatric conditions," said gastroenterologist Dr. Stephen Collins of McMaster University in Canada, at a symposium here at the New York Academy of Sciences. [5 Ways Gut Bacteria Affect Your Health] Many people with inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS) have depression or anxiety, Collins said.