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Iraq veteran has formed a company to develop and promote affordable VR treatments for those affected with PTSD. Downingtown, PA (PRWEB) September 24, 2014
In order for prolonged exposure therapy, an evidence-based psychotherapy for PTSD, to reach its full potential, any misperceptions or ruptures in trust and communication between therapist and client need fixing.
There is growing evidence that a gene variant that reduces the plasticity of the nervous system also modulates responses to treatments for mood and anxiety disorders.
Putting aside pop-psychology adages that claim the contrary, simply confronting our fears isn’t always the most effective way of defeating them.
Scopolamine is an anticholinergic drug with many uses.
Mice and humans with same human gene abnormality behave similarly according to study in journal Science.
Research suggests that D-cycloserine may be a good adjunct to exposure-based therapy in individuals with social anxiety disorder, a debilitating condition marked by an excessive fear and avoidance of situations in which a person feels he or she will be judged by others, such as public speaking or even eating in front of others.
Acrophobia, derived from the Greek: ákron, meaning "peak, summit, edge”, is an intense, irrational fear of heights. This is a somewhat common fear; between 2 and 5 percent of the general population suffer from a fear of heights, and twice the number of sufferers are female. Like most phobias, Acrophobia is generally attributed to a traumatic incident involving heights; however, recent studies have questioned this theory, due to the prevalence of this phobia. Some studies have suggested...
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.