Saturday, August 25, 2012

How to Cure a Mental Illness Based on The Meaning of Dreams

Carl Jung's method of dream interpretation is curing mental illnesses since 1920. I started curing people from various mental illnesses through dream therapy by using his method of dream interpretation in September of 1990. I continued his difficult and complicated research by obeying the guidance of the unconscious mind in dream messages.

The fact that I managed to simplify Carl Jung's complicated method of dream interpretation is a great advantage for you. My dynamic simplifications help you immediately understand what you have to do in order to stop having psychological problems.

You can be sure that the scientific method of dream interpretation is a safe psychotherapeutical method because it is not based on human ignorance. When you trust the scientific method of dream interpretation you are trusting a psychotherapeutical method successfully tested during two generations, which is based on divine wisdom, and not on human suppositions.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Strokes - An Acquired Brain Injury

In order to optimize stroke recovery, it is paramount to have early diagnosis and appropriate and immediate medical care. To do this, recognizing the symptoms of a stroke are important so that immediate action can be taken. They are: numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body; sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding; trouble seeing out of either one or both eyes; difficulty walking, dizziness or loss of balance, or a sudden, severe headache.

If a stroke is suspected you must immediately call 911 or an emergency response system in your area. There is a very limited window from the onset of symptoms to when therapy can successfully be used. To determine whether it is a stroke or not, have the person smile. Their face should move symmetrically. Also ask them to raise both arms so that any evidence of paralysis will be evident, and to speak a simple sentence. While waiting for the ambulance to arrive, the person should lie flat to allow the blood to flow to the brain. If there are definite stroke symptoms, do not give them aspirin in case there is any bleeding.

Once a stroke patient has become medically stable, rehabilitation can begin which will initially teach him/her how to manage their own personal hygiene, feed themselves, get in and out of bed and to be able to use the bathroom on their own.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Understanding a Mental Illness and Finding Real Freedom

Carl Jung discovered that all dreams are produced by the unconscious mind, which is a mysterious organ that possesses undoubtable wisdom. He concluded that the unconscious mind was God's mind, but he didn't have a religious attitude, and he didn't obey the unconscious mind. He concluded that the unconscious advice is very helpful for the human being, but we must make our decisions based on the judgment of our own conscience.

I found Carl Jung's work ready, and I precisely followed his steps. However, I had to disagree with his last conclusions, even though I prove to the world that his method of dream interpretation is the only right one.

His conclusions about his discoveries were based on the knowledge he had and on the knowledge of his historical time. New scientific discoveries in different scientific fields helped me better understand the unconscious mind and trust the unconscious wisdom.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Dangerous Behavioral Abnormalities Considered to Be Inoffensive

Thanks to Carl Jung's discoveries about the meaning of dreams and their healing power today we know the real meaning of the dream language and how to fight mental illnesses through dream interpretation. Thanks to my discoveries after continuing his research, we also know that we are under-developed primates.

We have inherited an absurd and evil wild conscience that didn't evolve like our human conscience, the anti-conscience. Our tiny human conscience is basically absurd because it is one-sided, even though it is somehow sensible. This means that we are basically idiotic. We have to fight craziness if we want to have the chance to evolve and use all of our brain power.

The unconscious mind that produces our dreams has a divine origin and cures mental illnesses through consciousness. This means that God works like a natural psychotherapist because we need His guidance. All dreams give us precious information about what is happening in our psychological system, and about our external reality.

Friday, August 10, 2012

5 Steps to an Improved Self-Esteem

Check out the 5 methods - which could better your self-esteem

How many good qualities you discover in yourself? Your self-confidence is good when there are more positive qualities than negative. Poor when the number of negative characteristics is bigger than the positive. But, it is also important for good self-esteem to notice the weaknesses and be honest about them.

You can guard yourself with good self-esteem

Do you believe in yourself and appreciate yourself? Self-esteem can also be defined as self-worth, or it can be described as the quantity of self-esteem and self-confidence. Self-worth is that you defend yourself, keep up your rights and are capable to be satisfied with your performance. Self-confidence is that how much you think you can impact your life with your own abilities and solutions, and how you can deal future concerns and problems. Self-confidence is that you dare to set high standards and take on challenges.

You respect yourself enough to hold your rights

Do you see your own life as a unique and important? Good self-esteem is that you can see the uniqueness of your own life and understand that you are important, without that it has to be pointed out to you by special achievements or successes. Self-esteem is a sense inside of you - it cannot be explained through the things that you can see from the outside.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Overcoming Anxiety - Symptoms of Agoraphobia

There is a misconception that everyone who suffers from Agoraphobia has a fear of leaving their home. This is just one of the symptoms of suffering from Agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is the fear of going out in public and being in unfamiliar places. In extreme cases sufferers become home bound or even room bound.

Agoraphobia can develop from social anxiety, which can lead on to panic attacks or anxiety attacks. Another cause of Agoraphobia can be post traumatic stress syndrome. If sufferers start to experience attacks they will shut themselves off from the world in order to try gain some sort of control and avoid having attacks in public.

Another side effect of Agoraphobia is sufferers can develop obsessive compulsive disorder or OCD due to lack of control. These are the extreme symptoms of Agoraphobia.

Some people who suffer from Agoraphobia are not confined to their home but being out in public places can be extremely traumatic. They find it difficult to leave the home due to possible anxiety attacks, they may only leave the home at certain times, avoiding any social interaction. Other things can be avoiding anyone who is not already known to them. They usually have to be accompanied by someone who they trust to leave their home, they can then become totally dependant on that carer.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Brain Injuries and Concussions in Young Athletes

Recent studies have indicated that brain injuries and concussions in youth correlate with a history of crime later in life. If this is the case, it is important to be aware of our young people's head injuries and concussions when they play contact sports such as football.

A retired doctor from Dover, New Hampshire recently proposed there be a ban placed on high school football because of the potential dangers to young people. He said in football, the head is used as a battering ram. Obviously controversial, some say then we should keep our children from riding in a car because that can be potentially dangerous as well.

However, common sense states that the dangers of brain injuries and concussions are significantly higher while playing football or other high contact sports. Especially considering that in a single season, a football player can receive over 900 hits. And it is estimated that one out of four players suffer a concussion during the season with many more going unreported because they don't want to be taken out of the game.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

A Taste of My Own Medicine: Is Lithium the Best Option for Treating Bipolar Mania?

She ran through the store frantically, shoving items she didn't need or wouldn't even use into her cart. See, to her, everything seemed like a great deal and everything was something she'd use. She had taken out some cash in an attempt to set a budget, but it didn't really work for two reasons. First, she had no idea how much money was (or, rather, wasn't) in her checking account to begin with. Secondly, she was already over budget. But it wasn't a problem. She figured she'd just transfer the money from her savings to her checking. Online banking is a beautiful thing, she thought to herself as she pranced up to the register to pay.

She got home and couldn't wait to show her husband what she'd bought. But he couldn't pay attention. He was busy running through their finances. He worked hard 6 days a week to make ends meet in a failing economy. "All you've been doing for the last week is spending money! I can't do this anymore. We have no money! Our checking account is overdrawn. There's no money in savings. I've been pulling from my 401K to make it work around here!"

She became instantly angry. "Fine! If you don't want me to spend money, then why don't you get a new wife?! Maybe she'll be better!" she screamed, whipping her wedding ring down the garbage disposal just before stomping out the door. Again. Probably on her way to spend more money that we don't even have, thought her husband.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Overcoming Anxiety: Symptoms of Social Anxiety or Social Phobia

Are you the one who always says no to the office party or Friday after work drinks? Can't even get yourself out to family occasions? You could be suffering from social anxiety. You're not alone, millions of people suffer from Social Anxiety. I did myself and looking back now, I missed out on a lot of fun times. Once I realised I wasn't the only one who felt like the way I did, I started to overcome my social anxiety.

Social anxiety is one of the worse forms of anxiety as it stops you living life and also doing the normal mundane things like going shopping. Social anxiety can also lead on to Agoraphobia. You can overcome your social anxiety with small steps and understanding your anxiety and what causes it. You don't need medication, you definitely don't need alcohol or anything more potent. You can overcome your anxiety naturally.

It is very rewarding to overcome your social anxiety as you life will dramatically change. You will start to go out more, make more friends, do more and be more.

There are some very subtle indicators or habits that show you are suffering from social anxiety. If you feel you're quality of life is suffering then you should consult your doctor.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Physical Performance and Dementia

Amongst the elderly population aged 90 and over, there seems to be a strong relationship between poor physical performance and instances of dementia. This is most likely because of the fact that advanced dementia will affect portions of the brain that affect movement and coordination. The older someone gets the higher their risk of dementia becomes, as well. The combination of these things does not bode well for people aged 90 and over that are suffering from a number of conditions.

This study might not come as a surprise to many people, but the segment of the population that has reached this advanced age is actually not well studied. There are still many things unknown about how bodies react to advanced age, and this study sheds a small amount of light upon the subject. There has been some study on the physical performance of younger elderly people and cognitive decline, however, and similar results were arrived at.

Another not so surprising discovery of this study was that the vast majority of subjects were women. This happens for two reasons: one, women live longer than men, and two, women are at a higher risk of getting dementia like Alzheimer's disease. The combination of these two led to about 72.5 percent of the 629 subjects being women.