How a Racing Heart May Alter Decision-Making Brain Circuits

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Summary: Heightened states of arousal altered neural circuits in a brain area associated with decision making, resulting in some neurons changing from decision making to internal state monitors. Anxiety, addiction, and other psychiatric disorders are often characterized by intense states of what…

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Tension and trauma releasing exercises for people with multiple sclerosis – An exploratory pilot study

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Tension and trauma releasing exercises for people with multiple sclerosis

Great news on TRE® research from Michael Nissen (Denmark). He said: "The Danish MS Society got their first study on the effect of Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises published in Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine this month. After working with more…

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Can shaking exercises improve stress and PTSD?

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Those who have experienced stress, tension and trauma know the profound effect they have on your day-to-day life. Traditionally, treatment involves talking therapy and medication. But evidence is emerging that making your body shake using Trauma and Tension Release Exercises (TRE) could…

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My TRE® Journey to Heal PNES (Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures)

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In 2012 I was diagnosed with Complex PTSD (C-PTSD). Four years later I experienced PNES (Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures). The seizures lasted from 45 minutes to 5 hours. My C-PTSD stemmed from years of childhood abuse, neglect and confinement.When the seizures started I,…

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