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  1. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    Una mirada a través de los ojos de la esquizofrenia
    Una mirada a través de los ojos de la esquizofreniaKate Fenner (Estados Unidos, 1999) siempre fue una chica inquieta, con problemas para socializar y con gran interés en el mundo del dibujo. Durante su adolescencia comenzó a darse cuenta de que sufría de distintas alucinaciones auditivas...
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  2. maria pilar pich pou ,MD
    AGORAFOBIA
    maria pilar pich pou ,MD
    Agorafobia: causas y factores determinantes-Aesthesis||Psicólogos Madrid
    www.psicologosmadridcapital.com La agorafobia es la respuesta de miedo o ansiedad al estar en lugares públicos o con multitud de personas,como consecuencia la persona evita tales...
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  3. Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Alimentos para una buena salud cerebral
    Alimentos para una buena salud cerebral Dr. Gurutz Linazasoro. Recetas para alejar las enfermedades neurológicas. Jueves 5 de mayo de 2011, en la Gastroteca Barbacil, Zaragoza. Más vídeos de...
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  4. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    ¿Existe realmente el Trastorno de Identidad Disociativo?
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  5. Daniel 🐝 Campos
    10 rules of a great conversationalist. Daniel 🐝 Campos
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  6. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    Cuando ves el mundo a mayor o menor tamaño. Así es el Síndrome de Alicia en el País de las Maravillas
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  7. Unai Maraña Saavedra
    Unai Maraña Saavedra
    "Acostumbrarte a la soledad es lo peor de padecer fobia social" - 20minutos.es
    www.20minutos.es Medio millón de personas padecen este trastorno mental en España. "Estuve un año sin salir de casa", dice Max, un madrileño de 20 años que lucha desde hace tres años por superarlo. Cualquier persona puede sufir fobia social, pero el psicólogo...
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  8. Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Un test para predecir la respuesta a los antidepresivos
    elpais.com La prueba, que mide la inflamación y la relaciona con la reacción a los fármacos, aún es...
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  9. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    17/08/2016
    A Case Study Illustrating the Effectiveness of Neurosurgery for a Brain Tumour Followed by Intense Neuro-Coaching
    A Case Study Illustrating the Effectiveness of Neurosurgery for a Brain Tumour Followed by Intense Neuro-CoachingJenny presented to me several years ago with the main complaints of headaches and vertigo. The symptoms had been present for a period of three months and were deteriorating. An MRI scan was performed which revealed a large posterior tumor which was...
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    Gerald Hecht
    13/04/2017 #18 Gerald Hecht
    #8 @Ian Weinberg TYPO ALERT: It should be "GSN"...not "GSM". However since that's what that personality type was called before my defense --its probably called something else now anyway. That's how the MCAT publisher's and the WHO and APA generate revenue. Students and residents need to buy new study materials every year...so far my favorite thingie in DSM-V is "Eating Dysregulation Disorder" (or something like that)...its strange how this new Dx appeared just as Shire's patent on Vyvanse was about to run out...
    Gerald Hecht
    13/04/2017 #17 Gerald Hecht
    #16 @Ian Weinberg yeah...notice how the dogma changed AFTER your qualifying assessments; I think I know what's happening; because similar things happened to CNS structure/function thingies after I defended my dissertation...I'm calling it "Schrodinger's Neuroanatomy" OR "Its a Wonderful Brain".

    Every time someone earns a degree in neuroscience...the quantum state collapses into a singularity AND a bell rings!
    Ian Weinberg
    13/04/2017 #16 Ian Weinberg
    #12 @Gerald Hecht Strangely, through most of my neuro training, the cerebellum was relegated to the function of motor function co-ordinator etc. It was only after I qualified that studies began to appear showing cognitive function in the cerebellum. And we're still so damn clueless about the 'wiring diagram'!
    Joyce 🐝 Bowen   Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    13/04/2017 #14 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee
    What a fascinating piece of work. Thank you. I enjoyed it. I'm so glad you take the time to share with us.
    Gerald Hecht
    13/04/2017 #12 Gerald Hecht
    @Ian Weinberg A most fascinating case you have presented here..these days (especially) having what the early Cognitive-Behavioral theorists/therapists termed an ongoing "GSM" conglomerate that's gone completely on "autopilot" is...well, it's amazing (and I don't think coincidental) that infiltration had reached the cerebellum.

    GSM --it refers to a baseline, persistent pattern in which everything that is attenrionally sensed, experienced, combined with selected memories (thereby perceived/cognitively concluded), towards generation of subsequent behaviors --a pattern, that (on the "best of days") is:
    1) (G)lobal; meaning that it's applied to everything; all the time,
    2) (S)table; meaning that this is the "default experiencing-of-one's-life" (interestingly, there is evidence which suggests that learning which has become "AUTOMATIC" have actually become "NEUROLOGICAL ALGORITHMS "...and these algorithms are "filed in the cerebellum ") and,
    3) (N)egative; meaning always "BAD" --always seen in the worst light, always something that your behavior (anything you do or say) CANNOT "FIX".
    Add to that the very real external/SM amplified "events" that characterize the present "Nationalist/xenophobic" geopolitical zeitgeist...and
    GSM + Genetic predisposition + "bad" sociopolitical environment = disease (reaching The cerebellum) ..."filing cabinet" of automatic, pre-programmed algorithms. Potentially deadly ...yet also reprogrammable!
    Sara Jacobovici
    13/04/2017 #11 Sara Jacobovici
    #10 Thanks for taking the time to fill in this part of the process @Ian Weinberg. Much appreciated.
    Ian Weinberg
    13/04/2017 #10 Ian Weinberg
    #9 Thanks @Sara Jacobovici The patients that I perform surgery upon are all fully evaluated from a medical and psychological perspective, pre-operatively. Since I'm both surgeon and seasoned coach, I've selected the patients that I believe will have the most optimal outcome (based on my own data). In the earlier days I would use my online diagnostic (psychometric) to do the evaluation. This is no longer needed as I gained experience in the profiling. Obviously this doesn't apply to the essential, life-saving procedures.
    Sara Jacobovici
    13/04/2017 #9 Sara Jacobovici
    Great piece @Ian Weinberg. I really appreciate you outlining the whole process your patient goes through, from initial meeting to follow up. I am also glad that you included the amount of time, the 4 years of follow up, that was needed for your patient to achieve the positive and life changing results. I would be curious to know what kind of work (if any) you do with the patient pre surgery. Consistent with your framework of mind/body relationship, I don't have to tell you that how a person enters into surgery psychologically will influence the outcome of the surgery itself. My dad needed bypass surgery back in 1986 and we were lucky enough to have the best surgeon. The surgeon entered my dad's room prior to scheduling the surgery and asked to speak with him alone (myself, my mom and brother were with him at the time). After about half an hour, the surgeon called us back into the room and said that he has agreed to schedule the surgery. We shared with him our confusion as we had already assumed that he had agreed to do the surgery. The surgeon replied that first he agreed from a medical/physical point of view, but that then he had to meet the patient and get a sense of the patient's mental or emotional state and what the patient's expectations were of the surgery and of the surgeon. He said that he got from my dad what he needed to know that there was a very high probability that the surgery will be successful. And indeed, the outcome was very successful. As well, I have worked with individuals pre surgery who were afraid of the general anesthesia and helped them through that process. Thanks, as always Ian, for a very important post.
    Claire L Cardwell
    27/11/2016 #6 Claire L Cardwell
    Thanks @Ian Weinberg - am busy reading the articles, am interested in the online certification too.
    Ian Weinberg
    19/11/2016 #5 Ian Weinberg
    #3 @Harvey Lloyd you've nailed the essence of the dynamic. Yes indeed our life narratives are a product of our nature-nurture heritages. And if there's been significant deprivation this will create limiting beliefs in our narratives. It's also unfortunate that we all settle into a comfort zone and accept the status quo for what it is. It's only with life trauma's, emotional or physical (the burning platforms), that we're asked to engage and question who we are and where we're at. But then only a relatively small percentage can make the break and transcend limiting beliefs (usually with professional coaching assistance). Thanks for engaging and giving your feedback. We're all after all, students in the University of Life!
    Ian Weinberg
    19/11/2016 #4 Ian Weinberg
    #2 @Claire L Cardwell Thanks for that. For a start, pick up on the references at the end of the article. If you wish to go further and do the online certification course I'm happy to make a special arrangement for the beBee community.
    Harvey Lloyd
    19/11/2016 #3 Harvey Lloyd
    @Ian Weinberg this was a fascinating case study. In an effort to understand the concepts you have laid out i would like to reflect what i read. I want to understand these concepts in more lay terms.

    I picked up that stress over long periods of time can cause physical illness. Also that during our formative years we develop our sense of self that is the basis of our adult life in many instances. Given this building process out from our formative years, our life tends to become a self-fulfilling prophecy of our fundamental sense of self. Finally that given the right setting we can transcend the past through self-analysis up to and including coaching.

    The burning question, if i have stated your position even close, how can one recognize their dilemma from within the world they live? The tumor, in this case, shocked Jenny into a state of reverie where she was able to see and understand your discussions from a different perspective. I ask this question only because i have several folks in my life who are super humans and just don't know it. They seem to be bound by past experience in a continuous loop.

    Not really wanting an answer here, as it would complicated. Really wanted to say thank you for reinforcing some ideas of stress, professionally. Please though, if i am not on the right planet, set me straight.
    Claire L Cardwell
    19/11/2016 #2 Claire L Cardwell
    Fascinating article @Ian Weinberg - where do I learn more?
  10. Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Los microbios de tu estómago afectan a tu salud mental
    elpais.com Estudios recientes muestran la relación entre la diversidad de bacterias que habitan el intestino humano y enfermedades como la depresión o la...
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    Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar
    18/05/2017 #1 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar
    Sumamente interesante.
    Deberia haber una manera más sencilla de estudiarlo. He leido variado sobre este tema.
    La Candidiasis, provablemente esté presente en más de una ocasión y no se le presta mucha atención. Influyen los medicamentos corticoides. Normalmente se le atribuye a una infección vaginal, pero hay mucho más.
    http://www.mdsaude.com/es/2015/11/candidiasis-sintomas.html

    Gracias por el artículo. Esperemos que avance más rápido este estudio.
  11. Unai Maraña Saavedra
    https://harodigital.com/opinion/sobrevivir-al-acoso-escolar/
    Comparto mi artículo del pasado 2 de mayo en Haro Digital
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  12. Unai Maraña Saavedra
    "La ciencia farmacéutica todavía no ha producido un medicamento más eficaz que la palabra sincera, bondadosa, bien intencionada y amiga...
    No puedo negar que a veces, sobre todo en procesos psicóticos agudos, no queda más remedio que prescribir medicamentos. Pero yo siempre advierto a los pacientes de que estas drogas no los van a curar, que solo tratan síntomas, ramas sueltas que no dejan ver el árbol y mucho menos el bosque. Es cierto que, como las muletas, nos ayudan a caminar cuando nos rompemos una pierna. Pero hay riesgo de adiccion a las muletas y a las medicinas; hay multinacionales que son escuelas patrocinadoras de la patología crónica, de cómo permanecer enfermo sin morir en el empeño. Por eso debemos aprender a escuchar las palabras rotas, persecutorias, abatidas, delirantes o ahogadas y no sucumbir. Afortunadamente, la naturaleza nos ha regalado una gran capacidad de auto-curación y supervivencia en situaciones extremas."
    Palabras de Arturo Ezquerro, jefe de psicoterapia dentro del Servicio Nacional de Salud Britànico.
    Unai Maraña Saavedra
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  13. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    La Melatonina podría ser la clave en la cura del Parkinson
    La Melatonina podría ser la clave en la cura del ParkinsonEl pasado mes de diciembre de 2016, la Universidad de Granada (España) publicó un estudio colaborativo entre el Departamento de Fisiología y el Centro de Investigación Biomédica, liderados por Darío Acuña Castroviejo que se realizó sobre  peces...
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  14. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    Mi hijo/a se provoca cortes ¿Qué hago?
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  15. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    Siete estilos de pensamiento que conducen a la depresión. Cómo identificarlos y combatirlos
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  16. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    "Estar sano en un ambiente enfermo". El inquietante experimento de David Rosenhan
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  17. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    "¿¡Por qué nadie me cree cuando les digo que estoy muerto!?" Así es el Síndrome de Cotard
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  18. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    Estos son los Síndromes de Falsa Identificación Delirante
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  19. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    "Nací con una pierna que no me pertenece". Así es el Trastorno de Identidad de la Integridad Corporal
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  20. ProducerDamián Santos García Díaz
    Quiero estar enfermo. Así es el Trastorno Facticio o Síndrome Münchausen
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  21. ProducerProf. Mg. Rodrigo Ariel PRADIER
    El Currículum de la Ansiedad
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    Mamen 🐝 Delgado
    09/09/2016 #2 Mamen 🐝 Delgado
    👏👏👏
    Adela Garcia
    09/09/2016 #1 Adela Garcia
    Buenisimo, buenisimo, buenisisisisimo, que jarta de 😂😂😂😂😂 !!!! Lo triste, es que esto ..... es real, EXISTE!!!
  22. ProducerGerald Hecht

    Gerald Hecht

    07/08/2016
    Another Type of Paradigm Shift
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    Gerald Hecht
    08/02/2017 #49 Gerald Hecht
    #48 @debasish majumder Thank You For Reviewing It!
    debasish majumder
    07/02/2017 #48 debasish majumder
    your posts are intriguing as well a lessons to ponder about @Gerald Hecht! enjoyed read. thank you for the share.
    Gerald Hecht
    14/01/2017 #47 Gerald Hecht
    #45 @Lisa Vanderburg "Its the bomb!"...sayeth Ganglion!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    13/01/2017 #46 Lisa Vanderburg
    #38 Thanks @Deb 🐝 Helfrich....my brain doesn't get out much with hubby 18 years in! Great link!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    13/01/2017 #45 Lisa Vanderburg
    #44 @Gerald Hecht Had to laugh at your description of your brain cell ganglion, I expect her illusions of grandeur are based on her being legion and not single at all, or having a a name like Gang Lion! I did find her - tripped over her actually, and busted a toe. Mine's called 'Granule'. She's probably been eaten by the cat.
    I've just been studying the links. I remember etanercept and now understand the perispinal injection administration procedure/effect, which I had trouble visualizing without a...er...map? I get it now; the Trendelenburg maneuver and why it would work. Thanks for the tutoring, dude!
    Gerald Hecht
    12/01/2017 #44 Gerald Hecht
    #43 @Lisa Vanderburg If you find my brain cell along the way...that would be so awesome; she calls herself "ganglion"...I learned the hard way to just let her have her way with that one and to ignore the "delusion of grandeur aspect"...oh, and yes; the amazing thing is that the ventricular lining and the parenchyma do communicate... at the very least with regard to pro inflammatory cytokines -- (TNF-a stops "acting all crazy and shuts up") and noradrenergic auto receptors alpha 2 also are reached...and sure enough --this procedure is also working just as dramatically with all of the chronic neuropathic pain syndromes that it's been tested on, and rapid reversal of major depression that is even more dramatic than the ketamine infusion procedure!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    12/01/2017 #43 Lisa Vanderburg
    #40 Ah-ha...I did wonder if intranasal was too 'simple'. Thanks for clearing that up and all the links @Gerald Hecht, and for explaining the Perispinal entry - I get it now....brilliant! I'll be back once I've found my rogue brain cell to work on the links. Thanks so much!
    Gerald Hecht
    12/01/2017 #40 Gerald Hecht
    #37 @Lisa Vanderburg intranasal doesn't work; causes severe sinusitis...which could progress to necrosis.
    The mechanism that is allowing Perispinal Administration to work is 1) the particle size of etanercept itself, which allows it to enter the CSF in surrounding the spinal cord WITHOUT having to perform an actual lumbar puncture (Perispinal Administration is actually non-invasive 2) Trendelenburg maneuver gets it into the ventricular system., and 3 ) it doesn't actually cross the BBB (doesn't have to)...it signals neurons and glial cells "on the other side"...fast!
    Lisa Vanderburg
    11/01/2017 #39 Lisa Vanderburg
    #38 just quickly, my friend @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, I shall read this in the morn, once I've fed & bedded the big guy! I possibly have confused the CNS with CSF, but it is another entryway? I must think. Thanks for the info!
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    11/01/2017 #38 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    #37 You will find this new route fascinating, @Lisa Vanderburg. Right now they are excluding PD, but ultimately, this method of taking a different route seems very, very promising for directly medicating the CNS without using the highly unreliable digestive tract method... here is the site of the clinic practicing this method... http://www.strokebreakthrough.com/
    Lisa Vanderburg
    11/01/2017 #37 Lisa Vanderburg
    Okay @Gerald Hecht...you know I'm a slooooooow learner. This is absolutely fascinating (I think)! Just to get it right without pictures, do you mean an interface [of sorts] between para-vascular spaces in the human cerebral cortex - that is your way in? How is that considered non-invasive; not an accusation but you are sweet enough to understand my academic prowess. From that most impenetrable of crossings (unless you're a virus), the BBB with its 400 miles of blood vessels is a bit of a bastard to overcome, no doubt. What about intranasal induction like Prof. Frey....does it stand a chance?
    Sorry...lots of q's, like @Deb 🐝 Helfrich. This is a real promise - I applaud you!
    Gerald Hecht
    09/08/2016 #36 Gerald Hecht
    @Joanna Hofman Let us hope that we can see this thing throug to its full potential; we all have been touched either directly or in the suffering of a loved one; and it needn't continue; the only obstacles are corporate greed, politics, etc. This is to important --as we all know...#33
    Gerald Hecht
    09/08/2016 #35 Gerald Hecht
    @Graham🐝 Edwards Thank you for your kind words; they mean a lot coming from you. I hope that forces of darkness do not become obstacles toward seeing this come to fruition! #32
    Gerald Hecht
    09/08/2016 #34 Gerald Hecht
    @Mamen 🐝 Delgado a Thank you so much for your kind thoughts!#31
    Graham🐝 Edwards
    08/08/2016 #32 Graham🐝 Edwards
    You feed the little "science guy" in me... thank you @Gerald Hecht
    Mamen 🐝 Delgado
    08/08/2016 #31 Mamen 🐝 Delgado
    #28 You are welcome my dear @Gerald Hecht, your post left me speechless... Kudos to you!!! ;)
    Gerald Hecht
    08/08/2016 #30 Gerald Hecht
    @Deb 🐝 Helfrich There are clues as to potential escapes...biochemically, there is the fact that dopamine itself (ironically, and "teasingly" in the context of the Perispinal administration route) IS a neurotransmitter, which, in the periphery, CANNOT CROSS THE BLOOD-BRAIN-BARRIER...most of the "discussion" regarding this consists of avoiding the full discussion and starting another --on the role of peripheral dopamine as a QUITE SPECIFIC regulator of Renal Blood Pressure...whereas the functionality equivalent catecholamines elsewhere in the peripheral circulatory system are epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine (noradrenaline). To me, although this is so vague and intuition based as to barely qualify as a hunch...perhaps; there is some sort of (stem cell commonality?) between cells comprising portions of the kidney, and dopaminergic producing neurons in at least one of the 4 dopaminergic circuits in the CNS. We know that the dopamine in the periphery cannot enter the brain. We know that both the brain and periphery contain dopamine. To me that is "strange" --it "feels" like the disconnect there shouldn't just be left "dangling" --dismissed with a shrug (as tonsils and the appendix once were). This could be worth further exploration (in fact, it now seems to have captured my attention). #24
    Gerald Hecht
    08/08/2016 #29 Gerald Hecht
  23. Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Pedro🐝 Gómez
    Abusar de Internet abre la puerta a la adicción al juego | Psiquiatria.com
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  24. Aitor García Gonzalez
    Aitor García Gonzalez
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  25. Pedro🐝 Gómez
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