LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1) Index du Forum

LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1)
...

 FAQFAQ   RechercherRechercher   MembresMembres   GroupesGroupes   S’enregistrerS’enregistrer 
 ProfilProfil   Se connecter pour vérifier ses messages privésSe connecter pour vérifier ses messages privés   ConnexionConnexion 

REHABILITATION PROGRAMS -PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION
Aller à la page: <  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8  >
 
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1) Index du Forum -> LA RELIGION MONDIALE ET L'ONU : SES VUES ET AGENDA SUR LE TRANSHUMANISME, CLONAGE, AGENDA DE DÉPOPULATION -> PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION (SANTÉ MENTALE) - REHABILITATION PROGRAMS (MENTAL HEALTH) (PARTIE 2)
Sujet précédent :: Sujet suivant  
Auteur Message
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 2 Aoû - 16:06 (2012)    Sujet du message: REHABILITATION PROGRAMS -PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION Répondre en citant

TOTAL RECALL (MOVIE) - MÉMOIRE PROGRAMMÉE

To become a citizen of the world - Pour devenir un citoyen du monde

http://www.sonypictures.ca/french/movies/totalrecall/












http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsuPp10Yfyg


Revenir en haut
Publicité






MessagePosté le: Jeu 2 Aoû - 16:06 (2012)    Sujet du message: Publicité

PublicitéSupprimer les publicités ?
Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 15 Aoû - 03:09 (2012)    Sujet du message: MAINSTREAM DOCTORS SAY SUPPORTING THE 2nd AMENDMENT IS A MENTAL DISORDER Répondre en citant

MAINSTREAM DOCTORS SAY SUPPORTING THE 2nd AMENDMENT IS A MENTAL DISORDER




Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Susanne Posel, Contributor
Activist Post

The medical industry in conjunction with Big Pharma wants to classify the right to keep and bear arms as a mental disorder in another power grab to circumvent and eventually destroy our Constitutional 2nd Amendment.

More and more doctors are forcing the idea that we need a national healthcare approach to the problem that the recent shootings provide. While tobacco and alcohol is regulated, why not include the right to bear arms?

Dr. Garen Wintemute, professor of emergency medicine at the Prevention Research Program
speaking about the installing of public guardrails, said: “People used to spear themselves and we blamed the drivers for that.”

The staged shootings in
Colorado and Wisconsin are being used by some scientists to declare gun violence be treated like any other mental disease – and perhaps by popping a pill, American citizens would forget to fight for their 2nd Amendment rights.

Dr. Stephen Hargarten of the Research Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin claims:

What I’m struggling with is: Is this the new social norm? This is what we’re going to have to live with if we have more personal access to firearms. We have a public health issue to discuss. Do we wait for the next outbreak or is there something we can do to prevent it.

Hargarten supports the limiting of access to all firearms in his advocacy with the Firearms Injury Center at the Medical College in Wisconsin which is funded by a US government grant to lobby taxpayers into believing that removing the 2nd Amendment will stop gun violence.

An estimated 260 to 300 million firearms are owned by American civilians which equals 1/3 of US households. While gun-related deaths are not rising, according to police records, the fear-mongering continues as a supposed trend with no justification.

Propaganda studies into gun ownership claim that alcohol abuse causes the likelihood of gun-related violence to rise, according to Wintemute. Banning assault weapons would control the amount of rounds a person could shoot, while the police officers would still be allowed to tout automatic pistols.

By restricting gun sales to include minor misdemeanors, as well as convicted felons, 40% of gun sales would be curbed. And with the classification of gun support as a mental disorder, more control could be placed on who ultimately can own a gun.

By devising tactics to reduce shootings, experts are trying to legitimize profiling so that they can identify who would be most likely to commit such a crime. Combining the psychiatric industry with pre-crime seems to be a relationship conceived by the global Elite.

Barrett says: 
tr_bq a écrit:

'Criminologists have studied it, and the consensus is that those laws simply did not have a statistically meaningful effect on crime rates.' He also feels that the mainstream media focus on the shootings themselves ignore the actual problem which is actually a 'social problem' which is subverted by 'the overall gun homicide rate.'

Daniel Webster, co-director of the anti-firearm John Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research, asserts that "gun ownership—a precursor to gun violence—can spread 'much like an infectious disease'" and wants healthcare professionals to have influence over whether or not American citizens are legally allowed to possess firearms. Webster would like to see Obamacare have ultimate control of the classification of mental states with regard to purchasing and obtaining FBI clearance for a gun.

As Obama has done in the past, an executive order could be signed to force the issue through compliance with Obamacare restrictions on those deemed mentally defective and unable to own firearms. As with the mandate through EO on religious institutions to provide birth control, Obama’s executive power can again be abused to ensure his bidding is done – like any good Fascist Dictator would do.

The blurring of the line between Liberal Democrats and covert Socialists is confusing the perception of the 2nd Amendment in the social meme being purveyed by the mainstream media. By aligning Constitutional authority with the convoluted power grabs of the Obama administration, our Republic for the people and by the people is quickly descending into a control grid of which there is no escape.

The link between gun control and health care is a coercive way to equate fear brought on by recent shootings and removal of Constitutional rights that stand in the way of the US government’s tyrannical declarations.


http://www.activistpost.com/2012/08/mainstream-doctors-say-supporting-2nd.html

DOCTORS TARGET GUN VIOLENCE AS A SOCIAL DISEASE

By Marilynn Marchione, The Associated Press
Updated 2d 12h ago

MILWAUKEE – Is a gun like a virus, a car, tobacco or alcohol? Yes say public health experts, who in the wake of recent mass shootings are calling for a fresh look at gun violence as a social disease.


What we need, they say, is a public health approach to the problem, like the highway safety measures, product changes and driving laws that slashed deaths from car crashes decades ago, even as the number of vehicles on the road rose.
One example: Guardrails are now curved to the ground instead of having sharp metal ends that stick out and pose a hazard in a crash.

"People used to spear themselves and we blamed the drivers for that," said Dr. Garen Wintemute, an emergency medicine professor who directs the Violence Prevention Research Program at the University of California, Davis.

It wasn't enough back then to curb deaths just by trying to make people better drivers, and it isn't enough now to tackle gun violence by focusing solely on the people doing the shooting, he and other doctors say.

They want a science-based, pragmatic approach based on the reality that we live in a society saturated with guns and need better ways of preventing harm from them.

The need for a new approach crystallized last Sunday for one of the nation's leading gun violence experts, Dr. Stephen Hargarten. He found himself treating victims of the Sikh temple shootings at the emergency department he heads in Milwaukee. Seven people were killed, including the gunman, and three were seriously injured.

It happened two weeks after the shooting that killed 12 people and injured 58 at a movie theater in Colorado, and two days before a man pleaded guilty to killing six people and wounding 13, including then-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, in Tucson, Ariz., last year.

"What I'm struggling with is, is this the new social norm? This is what we're going to have to live with if we have more personal access to firearms," said Hargarten, emergency medicine chief at Froedtert Hospital and director of the Injury Research Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin. "We have a public health issue to discuss. Do we wait for the next outbreak or is there something we can do to prevent it?"

About 260 million to 300 million firearms are owned by civilians in the United States; about one-third of American homes have one. Guns are used in two-thirds of homicides, according to the FBI. About 9% of all violent crimes involve a gun — roughly 338,000 cases each year.

Mass shootings don't seem to be on the rise, but not all police agencies report details like the number of victims per shooting and reporting lags by more than a year, so recent trends are not known.

"The greater toll is not from these clusters but from endemic violence, the stuff that occurs every day and doesn't make the headlines," said Wintemute, the California researcher.

More than 73,000 emergency room visits in 2010 were for firearm-related injuries, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates.

Dr. David Satcher tried to make gun violence a public health issue when he became CDC director in 1993. Four years later, laws that allow the carrying of concealed weapons drew attention when two women were shot at an Indianapolis restaurant after a patron's gun fell out of his pocket and accidentally fired. Ironically, the victims were health educators in town for an American Public Health Association convention.

That same year, Hargarten won a federal grant to establish the nation's first Firearm Injury Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

"Unlike almost all other consumer products, there is no national product safety oversight of firearms," he wrote in the Wisconsin Medical Journal.

That's just one aspect of a public health approach. Other elements:
•• "Host" factors: What makes someone more likely to shoot, or someone more likely to be a victim. One recent study found firearm owners were more likely than those with no firearms at home to binge drink or to drink and drive, and other research has tied alcohol and gun violence. That suggests that people with driving under the influence convictions should be barred from buying a gun, Wintemute said.

• Product features: Which firearms are most dangerous and why. Manufacturers could be pressured to fix design defects that let guns go off accidentally, and to add technology that allows only the owner of the gun to fire it (many police officers and others are shot with their own weapons). Bans on assault weapons and multiple magazines that allow rapid and repeat firing are other possible steps.

• "Environmental" risk factors: What conditions allow or contribute to shootings.

Gun shops must do background checks and refuse to sell firearms to people convicted of felonies or domestic violence misdemeanors, but those convicted of other violent misdemeanors can buy whatever they want. The rules also don't apply to private sales, which one study estimates as 40% of the market.

• Disease patterns, observing how a problem spreads. Gun ownership — a precursor to gun violence — can spread "much like an infectious disease circulates," said Daniel Webster, a health policy expert and co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research in Baltimore.

"There's sort of a contagion phenomenon" after a shooting, where people feel they need to have a gun for protection or retaliation, he said.

That's already evident in the wake of the Colorado movie-theater shootings. Last week, reports popped up around the nation of people bringing guns to "Batman" movies. Some of them said they did so for protection.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/story/2012-08-11/guns-public-health/56979706/1


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Aoû - 00:45 (2012)    Sujet du message: SLEEP DEPRIVATION MAY REDUCE RISK OF PTSD, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH Répondre en citant

SLEEP DEPRIVATION MAY REDUCE RISK OF PTSD, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH

This is just not true. It's call torture and evil methods of this nazi medical health care.

July 18, 2012

in Psychology & Psychiatry

Sleep deprivation in the first few hours after exposure to a significantly stressful threat actually reduces the risk of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), according to a study by researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and Tel Aviv University.

The new study was published in the international scientific journal, Neuropsychopharmacology. It revealed in a series of experiments that sleep deprivation of approximately six hours immediately after exposure to a traumatic event reduces the development of post trauma-like behavioral responses. As a result, sleep deprivation the first hours after stress exposure might represent a simple, yet effective, intervention for PTSD. The research was conducted by Prof. Hagit Cohen, director of the Anxiety and Stress Research Unit at BGU's Faculty of Health Sciences, in collaboration with Prof. Joseph Zohar of Tel Aviv University.

Approximately 20 percent of people exposed to a severe traumatic event, such as a car or work accident, terrorist attack or war, cannot normally carry on their lives. These people retain the memory of the event for many years. It causes considerable difficulties in the person's functioning in daily life and, in extreme cases, may render the individual completely dysfunctional.

"Often those close to someone exposed to a traumatic event, including medical teams, seek to relieve the distress and assume that it would be best if they could rest and "sleep on it," says Prof. Cohen. "Since memory is a significant component in the development of post-traumatic symptoms, we decided to examine the various effects of sleep deprivation immediately after exposure to trauma."

In the experiments, rats that underwent sleep deprivation after exposure to trauma (predator scent stress exposure), later did not exhibit behavior indicating memory of the event, while a control group of rats that was allowed to sleep after the stress exposure did remember, as shown by their post trauma-like behavior.

"As is the case for human populations exposed to severe stress, 15 to 20 percent of the animals develop long-term disruptions in their behavior," says Cohen. "Our research method for this study is, we believe, a breakthrough in biomedical research." A pilot study in humans is currently being planned.

The studies were funded by a Israel Academy of Science and Humanities grant and the Israel Ministry of Health. Journal reference: Neuropsychopharmacology Provided by American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

http://medicalxpress.com/news/2012-07-deprivation-ptsd.html


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Aoû - 01:00 (2012)    Sujet du message: PENTAGON'S $18 MILLION TOOL FOR ASSESSING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY FAILS TO DELIVER Répondre en citant

SUPER HUMANS SOLDIERS???

PENTAGON'S $18 MILLION TOOL FOR ASSESSING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY FAILS TO DELIVER




Rick Bowmer/AP


By Bob Brewin July 18, 2012


For at least two years the Military Health System has touted a software tool under development at a cost of more than $18 million as a way to help gather information about troops impaired by the signature wound of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq -- traumatic brain injury, which results from exposure to roadside bombs. But a six-week probe by Nextgov shows this tool has nothing to do with the management or assessment of TBI cases.

MHS reported that 244,719 troops have been diagnosed with TBI from 2000 through the first quarter of fiscal 2012, up 72,579 from 2009, when it awarded the contract to Vangent Inc., now owned by General Dynamics.

The Defense Health Information Management System, which manages information technology projects for MHS, said in a fact sheet posted on its website in October 2010 that the Traumatic Brain Injury/Behavioral Health software tool would include capabilities to fulfill a Defense Department “mandate requiring neurocognitive readiness assessments for all service members within six months of deployment.”

Defense uses these assessments, including the Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics and the Military Acute Concussion Evaluation, to determine the impact of blast injuries on soldiers' brains when there are no visible head wounds.

Vangent won the original contract for the TBI/BH tool, valued at $14.1 million, in February 2009; a follow-on contract for $4.2 million was awarded in November 2010. In a press release about the follow-on contract, Vangent said its tool “provides the capability for creating and securely storing psychological assessments, behavioral health encounters, as well as sensitive information.”

Army Col. Dacosta Barrow, program manager for DHIMS in early 2011, said in a presentation at the Health Care Information and Management Systems Society conference in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 23, 2011, that once deployed, “TBI/BH will improve behavioral health-related workflow and capabilities to meet the mandate requiring neurocognitive readiness assessments for all service members within six months of deployment.”

The Air Force evaluated the TBI/BH tool at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia in the fall of 2011 and determined the software did not live up to the hype. Lt. Col. Robert Vanecek, Air Force chief of behavioral health optimization, told Nextgov in an interview last week that “we scratched our heads over the name . . . this project has nothing to do with TBI. It is a standard clinical documentation tool.”


Broken Warriors is an ongoing series on mental health issues in the military.
He added the TBI/BH software does not pull in or use data from traumatic brain injury assessments such as ANAM. Instead, Vanecek said, it recorded information on symptoms such as depression, anger, suicidal ideation and post-traumatic stress disorder. Another limitation was the software tool did not interface with the Defense electronic health record, requiring clinicians to input data into two systems, Vanecek said.

Clinicians reported the system was slow to load and sometimes they aborted the sessions as a result, he said. Patients found the self-assessment portion of the tool complex and off-putting, he added. Vanecek said the military electronic health record system, known as AHLTA, now can handle the functions of TBI/BH software at a lower cost; the Air Force recommended canceling the program.

Nextgov first submitted a query to the Military Health System on June 8, asking about the status of TBI/BH. Cynthia Smith, a Pentagon spokeswoman, said in a statement Tuesday that officials at the Defense Health Information Management System realized in early 2010 the TBI/BH tool had nothing to do with traumatic brain injury; DHIMS received the Air Force evaluation in mid-2011, she said. Smith also said the DHIMS fact sheet for TBI/BH was “was originally inaccurate but later updated.” An extensive Web search showed that DHIMS did update the fact sheet in April, when the reference to TBI was removed and the tool was described simply as “a Web-based application used to document behavioral health care across the services.”

Mark Meudt, a spokesman for General Dynamics, which acquired Vangent in October 2011, said Vangent was tasked by DHIMS to develop only a behavioral health module, not a TBI tool, a task contracted to another company.

Smith said TBI/BH was “not developed to accurately diagnose traumatic brain injuries” but ended up with the moniker because it was lumped in with other programs focused on TBI. Barrow’s slides describing the TBI/BH tool at the Orlando conference also were inaccurate, Smith said, and should have been used to describe another tool.

The TBI/BH contract ended in June, Smith said.

Lt. Col. Millard Brown, an Army psychiatrist and program manager for the Office of the Surgeon General/Army Medical Command Behavioral Health Data Platform, said the service tested the TBI/BH tool at West Point in the fall of 2011. In a statement he said it had “severe limitations,” which he did not specify. He added the ability to create separate, confidential behavioral health notes in the tool “is not currently required nor desired.” Generating patient notes in a system separate from the military electronic health record “causes increased documentation complexity and a decreased capability to appropriately communicate with other medical team members to optimize care.”

Brown said the Army has developed its own behavioral health data platform, which it plans to install in all behavioral health clinics.

Dr. Chrisanne Gordon, chairwoman of Resurrecting Lives http://resurrectinglives.org/ , a TBI research, treatment and advocacy group based in Columbus, Ohio, said the amount of money the Pentagon spent on the TBI/BH tool could have paid for a year of cognitive training and rehabilitation for more than 700 troops.

http://www.nextgov.com/defense/2012/07/pentagons-18-million-tool-assessing-traumatic-brain-injury-fails-deliver/56867/

WE ARE RAISING FUNDS FOR TREATMENT.

Treatment includes COGNITIVE RETRAINING with a TBI team of experts including physical medicine physicians, speech pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, job coaches and social workers, as well as vocational training and instruction on use of electronic devices for better retrieval and management of information. GPS systems, computers and PDAs are crucial to the activities of daily living for patients sustaining mild Traumatic Brain Injuries. There is also a dramatic upside in using mobile applications to monitor medications including compliance and effectiveness. Our telemedicine proposal to bring cognitive treatment to nearly 34,000 Veterans/year, has already been presented to members of Congress and we are awaiting Congressional approval.

The organization’s primary goal is to connect TBI veterans to available resources, which are currently too sporadic. These wars are being fought by the nation’s rural population, often hours away from VA centers or hospitals. With the high cost of gasoline, transportation has become a major obstacle as well, so we will also advocate for better transportation, better treatment rendered closer to home, mobile VA units, and tertiary medical services being brought to the veterans. Free clinics staffed by retired physicians, particularly military physicians, will also be advocated.

EVERY veteran deserves the standard of care provided by Massachusetts General Hospital in cooperation with the Boston VA or the Stanford Medical Center in cooperation with the Palo Alto VA for example. At times, this may require transporting the veterans to those institutions along with a member of the family. We will also partner with medical schools and young physicians and nurses who can participate in helping to heal their generation of war heroes.

http://resurrectinglives.org/treatment/


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 18 Aoû - 17:14 (2012)    Sujet du message: INTERVIEW - JEFFERY MARTIN - HACKING YOUR ENLIGHTENMENT Répondre en citant

INTERVIEW - JEFFERY MARTIN - HACKING YOUR ENLIGHTENMENT

Interview with Jeffery A. Martin - "Hacking Your Enlightenment".

Focusing on parallels and differences between Transhumanism and Enlightenment, states of consciousness after we expand upon human physiology, designing our experience, offloading our minds onto different substrates, and parallel existences.

Questions are raised such as "Can robots be conscious?" and "Are we living in a simulation?".

Our consciousness is extremely bound to our physiology. What would happen if we could hack our experience, swap experience like script kiddies?

non-duality
enlightenment
persistent non-symbolic consciousness

persistent mystical states

Transhumanism and Enlightenment
states of consciousness after we expand upon human physiology
Designer experience
Substrate Independent Minds
Thoughts on the Future
Can a Robot be Conscious?
Parallel Existences
Are we living in a Simulation?

Hacking Your Enlightenment
Accelerating Rates Of Change
Will Machines Be Conscious?
Parallel Existences

Easter Eggs

Center For Non-Symbolic Consciousness



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Wt9cBJX8Ww


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Lun 20 Aoû - 15:37 (2012)    Sujet du message: MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PARTNERSHIPS LEAD THE WAY WITH TRAUMA CARE Répondre en citant

MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PARTNERSHIPS LEAD THE WAY WITH TRAUMA CARE 

Posted by: Jeffrey Soares, USAMRMC Public Affairs

Thursday, August 16, 2012

At the 2012 Military Health System Research Symposium, an overriding philosophy is that strong partnerships lead to successful research. No one knows this better than Dr. Thomas Scalea, physician-in-chief of the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, Md., whose group has teamed with the U.S. military to advance the study and treatment of severe injuries in both the military and civilian sectors.

Scalea said that the military-civilian partnership over the years has yielded a tremendous amount of “cross pollination” of clinical care, in mostly trauma and critical care scenarios. What was born out of necessity on the battlefield has grown into a vital operation in saving lives daily, from bustling city streets to quiet neighborhoods, to ensure that severely wounded patients are treated as quickly as possible.

“Evacuation of casualties -- helicopter transport -- that was born in Korea and Vietnam has really morphed into the civilian sector in a big way,” Scalea said, “and we are now involved in a very large discussion on who ought to be transported by ground and who should get flown -- but all of that really started in the military.”

Today, Scalea’s shock trauma team uses medical concepts that originated in combat casualty care, and his tour of U.S. military operations overseas in Afghanistan has helped to shape his vision.

The whole concept of damage control resuscitation was started on the battlefield,” Scalea said, “and all of that [research] has gone from the battlefield into civilian practice.”

The military’s system of critical care air transport, which rapidly transports battlefield victims to military hospitals, has helped to define the current practice of life-flighting civilian patients with serious wounds to hospitals via helicopter directly from accident scenes.

Of this method Scalea said, “I really got the idea for this when I was in Afghanistan. I said, ‘We can do this, but we just need to use it in a different way.’”

Tourniquets, shunts, local haemostatic dressings, and various other medical items are also going from the battlefield, sometimes directly, into civilian practice.

Military doctors with their invaluable experience are coming out of the services and applying their knowledge in civilian sectors.

Scalea said the partnership between military and civilian medical practitioners was championed decades ago by R. Adams Cowley, founder of Maryland’s Shock Trauma Center.

“It was R.A. Cowley who came back from [the war in] Korea with the concept that injury was a ‘time-sensitive’ disease, and he then coined the term ‘The Golden Hour.’ Crowley believed that there is a ‘golden hour’ between life and death, and if you’re critically injured, you have less than 60 minutes to live. In his mind, he already had the concept of irreversible shock,” Scalea said.

He added that two strong examples of current innovative military-civilian medical research endeavors are comprehensive facial transplantation and reviewing genetic profiles to drive care and treatment. Both of these avenues have seen great successes recently, and he remains confident that more successes will come from this unique collaboration.

http://www.health.mil/blog/12-08-16/Military_and_Civilian_Partnerships_Lead_the_Way_with_Trauma_Care.aspx


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 23 Aoû - 16:53 (2012)    Sujet du message: "RAPID PROGRESS": CONTROLLING THE MILITARY WITH DRUGS Répondre en citant

"RAPID PROGRESS": CONTROLLING THE MILITARY WITH DRUGS



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cee9uugszTI&feature=player_embedded#!


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Aoû - 14:30 (2012)    Sujet du message: OBAMA TACTICS FROM THE COMMUNIST PLAYBOOK-PSYCHIATRY AS A WEAPON TO SILENCE RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL OPPOSITION Répondre en citant

OBAMA TACTICS FROM THE COMMUNIST PLAYBOOK-PSYCHIATRY AS A WEAPON TO SILENCE RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL OPPOSITION

Sunday, August 26, 2012 4:44

The primary purpose for Education is not Subject matter, but subservience to accept any crap taught without opposing thought, destroying opposite brain to be submissive android.

You’re taught to be stupid You are educated Stupid, You are educated Evil — You will ignore message & attack the messenger.

Man invented his God in man’s character – Stupid Oneism and Singularity in Universe of Opposites.

You are educated ENTITY STUPID for all Creation is composed of Opposites —- which equate to Zero value existence – and cancels out to nothing if unified as one.

Before Word was invented, no God existed upon Earth. Truth cannot be uttered so that’s why I am writing it.

================================================================================================

OBAMA TACTICS FROM THE COMMUNIST PLAYBOOK-PSYCHIATRY AS A WEAPON TO SILENCE RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL OPPOSITION


Posted By: Freedom4ever [Send E-Mail]
Date: Sunday, 26-Aug-2012 02:02:52


By Douglas J. Hagmann  
 
With gratitude to the research of Mary Ann, a listener of the Hagmann & Hagmann Report and reader of this website, this author was alerted to the January 2010 edition of the Schizophrenia Bulletin authored by Robert van Voren. The abstract contains important documented evidence that reads like the mental health chapter from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security handbook, except that it details the strategies of communist Russia in the 1970′s and 1980′s. During the height of political oppression in the Soviet Union, for example, studies found that at least one-third of the political prisoners were locked up in psychiatric hospitals.

As noted by the author, “using psychiatry as a means of repression has been a particular favorite of Socialist-oriented regimes.” What are we seeing take place in the United States today? We are witnessing a sudden and widespread increase in the “thought police” and by extension, the “religion police.” In the aforementioned bulletin, the author states that “[T]he political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union originated from the concept that persons who opposed the Soviet regime were mentally ill because there was no other logical explanation why one would oppose the best sociopolitical system in the world.”

It is also important to point out that the author notes that under the misuse of psychiatry by the state, the “patient” was diagnosed as having sluggish schizophrenia. He adds that “[T]he patient with paranoid symptoms retained some insight in his condition but overvalued his own importance and might exhibit grandiose ideas of reforming society. Thus, symptoms of sluggish schizophrenia could be “reform delusions,” “struggle for the truth,” and “perseverance.” So, according to the nationalized psychiatrists of the former Soviet Union, it was accepted that anyone desiring to eliminate Socialism is mentally ill, and possesses the shocking symptoms and impairments as a desire to seek political reform, learn the truth, and exhibit perseverance in the process. Sound familiar?

As one digs deeper into today’s headlines, it is evident that the socialist inclinations of the current administration, from Obama to Holder to Napolitano and across the higher levels of government, are becoming more apparent. Noted in the study is a reference to Russia that appears to apply here in the U.S.; “the deteriorating political climate seems to create an atmosphere in which local authorities feel that they can again use psychiatry as a means of intimidation.”

Read the study HERE

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2800147/?tool=pmcentrez

http://beforeitsnews.com/obama/2012/08/obama-tactics-from-the-communist-pla…


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 28 Aoû - 23:06 (2012)    Sujet du message: SCIENTISTS BAND TOGETHER TO DEVELOP PTSD BIOMARKERS Répondre en citant

SCIENTISTS BAND TOGETHER TO DEVELOP PTSD BIOMARKERS




Emilio Morenatti/AP file photo


By Dawn Lim August 16, 2012



A consortium of psychiatrists, neurobiologists and scientists will pool resources to devise accurate ways to detect post-traumatic stress disorder, to reduce the number of war veterans who go undiagnosed, Technology Review reports.

By examining civilians and military personnel previously involved in automobile accidents, the scientists will draw from genetic data, brain imaging, and other physiological measurements to identify patterns in PTSD sufferers. Roughly 9 percent of American accident survivors develop PTSD. The goal of the consortium is to develop quantitative biomarkers -- for instance, levels of chemicals in blood or brain scan patterns -- that will help hospitals diagnose the disorder more precisely.

Their findings could help the growing number of combat veterans with PTSD who don’t get treatment because they haven’t been appropriately identified with the disorder. Nearly 20 percent of military service members who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan report symptoms of PTSD or major depression, according to the think tank Rand Corp.

The researchers also plan to do experiments with animals to learn about the biochemical changes associated with the condition. Nonprofit research organization Draper Labs will integrate the findings by the different research teams involved, the report said. A Massachusetts General Hospital representative is leading the clinical research efforts.

http://www.nextgov.com/defense/2012/08/scientists-band-together-develop-ptsd-biomarkers/57454/?oref=nextgov_healthit_nl


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mar 28 Aoû - 23:28 (2012)    Sujet du message: ARE PEOPLE BEING THROWN INTO PSYCHIATRIC WARDS FOR THEIR POLITICAL VIEWS? Répondre en citant

ARE PEOPLE BEING THROWN INTO PSYCHIATRIC WARDS FOR THEIR POLITICAL VIEWS?


Posted on August 21, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog

 
Mental Health Diagnoses Are Sometimes Politically-Motivated

Many psychologists and psychiatrists are good people, who are only trying to help their patients.

But the Nazi government substantially supported psychologists … many of whom, in turn, espoused extermination of the people they considered to be “racially and cognitively compromised”.

Soviet psychiatrists famously aided Stalin in applying fake insanity diagnoses to political dissenters. The official explanation was that no sane person would declaim the Soviet government and Communism.

American psychologists created the American program of torture which was specially-crafted to produce false confessions to justify U.S. military policy. And see this.

And authoritarian American psychologists are eager to label anyone “taking a cynical stance toward politics, mistrusting authority, endorsing democratic practices, … and displaying an inquisitive, imaginative outlook” as worthy of a trip to the insane asylum. (Those traits may also get one labeled as a potential terrorist.)

As prominent forensic psychiatrist James Knoll – psychiatry professor at SUNY-Syracuse and director of a forensic fellowship program – writes in the Psychiatric Times:
Citation:
When psychiatric science becomes co-opted by a political agenda, an unhealthy alliance may be created. It is science that will always be the host organism, to be taken over by political viruses…. [P]sychiatry may come to resemble a new organism entirely — one that serves the ends of the criminal justice system.


Even psychologists with good intentions can erroneously label people delusional simply because they themselves make bad assumptions.

There is even a label for this – the “Martha Mitchell Effect” – defined as:
Citation:
The process by which a psychiatrist, psychologist, or other mental health clinician mistakes the patient’s perception of real events as delusional and misdiagnoses accordingly.


The authors of a paper on this phenomenon (Bell, V., Halligan, P.W., Ellis, H.D. (2003) Beliefs About Delusions. The Psychologist, 6 (8), 418-422) conclude:
Citation:
Sometimes, improbable reports are erroneously assumed to be symptoms of mental illness [due to a] failure or inability to verify whether the events have actually taken place, no matter how improbable intuitively they might appear to the busy clinician.


In other words, psychologists who haven’t taken the time to examine for themselves the claims of their patients will tend to label as delusional anything which they “intuitively” feel is improbable. As such, psychologists and psychiatrists are just as prone to acting out their irrational prejudices as anyone else … unless they take the time to investigate and educate themselves.

 Governments Indefinitely Detaining Citizens In Psychiatric Wards Without Due Process of Law
 

 
As such, detention in psych wards on mere “suspicion” of posing a danger – without due process of law – is troubling.
For example, former marine Brandon Raub was just carted off and locked in a psychiatric ward for his allegedly “anti-government” Facebook posts.

AP reports today:
Citation:
Police – acting under a state law that allows emergency, temporary psychiatric commitments upon the recommendation of a mental health professional – took Raub to the John Randolph Medical Center in Hopewell. He was not charged with any crime.
***
Col. Thierry Dupuis, the county police chief, said Raub was taken into custody upon the recommendation of mental health crisis intervention workers. He said the action was taken under the state’s emergency custody statute, which allows a magistrate to order the civil detention and psychiatric evaluation of a person who is considered potentially dangerous.


New York Police officer Adrian Schoolcraft was involuntarily hospitalizated in a psychiatric ward after he recorded videotapes of his fellow police officers engaging in corruption.

Claire Swinney of New Zealand was also held in a psychiatric ward and called “delusional” for criticizing the government. Susan Lindauer was held under the Patriot Act for a year at Carswell Air Force Base – where psychiatric drugs were pushed on her – after she alleged government corruption.

The Daily Mail notes:
Citation:
The [British] Government has established a shadowy new national anti-terrorist unit to protect VIPs, with the power to detain suspects indefinitely using mental health laws.
***
The team’s psychiatrists and psychologists then have the power to order treatment – including forcibly detaining suspects in secure psychiatric units.

Using these powers, the unit can legally detain people for an indefinite period without trial, criminal charges or even evidence of a crime being committed and with very limited rights of appeal.

Until now it has been the exclusive decision of doctors and mental health professionals to determine if someone should be forcibly detained.

But the new unit uses the police to identify suspects – increasing fears the line is being blurred between criminal investigation and doctors’ clinical decisions.
***
Scotland Yard, which runs the shadowy unit, refuses to discuss how many suspects have been forcibly hospitalised by the team because of “patient confidentiality”.
***
The purpose of the centre is “to evaluate and manage the risk posed to prominent people by…those who engage in inappropriate or threatening communications or behaviours in the context of abnormally intense preoccupations, many [Many? That means that some are not] of which arise from psychotic illness.”


Who gets to decide what “inappropriate” or “threatening” means? What if a whistleblower has information that a member of parliament has engaged in bribes? Would trying to reveal such information constitute “inappropriate or threatening communications or behaviours” in the context of “abnormally intense preoccupations” with that MP’s illegal actions?

Indeed, a study published in the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry found a high rate of false positives in the British identification of dangerous persons.
The Mail continues:
Citation:
So-called ‘sectioning’ allows a patient to be held for up to six months before a further psychological assessment. Patients are then reviewed every year to determine if they can be released.
***
Human rights activists fear the team, whose existence has never been publicised, may be being used as a way to detain suspected terrorists without having to put evidence before the courts.
***
Last night human rights group Liberty said the secret unit represented a new threat to civil liberties.

Policy director Gareth Crossman said: “There is a grave danger of this being used to deal with people where there is insufficient evidence for a criminal prosecution.

“This blurs the line between medical decisions and police actions. If you are going to allow doctors to take people’s liberty away, they have to be independent. That credibility is undermined when the doctors are part of the same team as the police.

“This raises serious concerns. First that you have a unit that allows police investigation to lead directly to people being sectioned without any kind of criminal proceedings.

“Secondly, it is being done under the umbrella of anti-terrorism at a time when the Government is looking at ways to detain terrorists without putting them on trial.”
***
The team examined thousands of cases and liaised with the FBI, the US Secret Service, the Capitol Hill Police, which protects Congressmen and Senators, and the Swedish and Norwegian secret services.
***
Shadow Health Secretary Andrew Lansley said: “The Government is trying to bring in a wider definition of mental disorder and is resisting exclusions which ensure that people cannot be treated as mentally disordered on the grounds of their cultural, political or religious beliefs.

“When you hear they are also setting up something like this police unit, it raises questions about quite what their intentions are.

“The use of mental health powers of detention should be confined to the purposes of treatment. But the Government wants to be able to detain someone who is mentally disordered even when the treatment would have no benefit.

“Combined with the idea that someone could be classed as mentally ill on the grounds of their religious beliefs, it is a very worrying scenario.”


Indeed, the whole “indefinite detention” process (which Americans living on American soil are subject to) can be based on circular reasoning:
Citation:
The government’s indefinite detention policy – stripped of it’s spin – is literally insane, and based on circular reasoning. Stripped of p.r., this is the actual policy:
  • If you are an enemy combatant or a threat to national security, we will detain you indefinitely until the war is over
  • But trust us, we know you are an enemy combatant and a threat to national security

See how that works?


This is an analogy. We are not accusing psych wards of using torture. However, they do often use powerful psychiatric drugs on patients … which can elicit false confessions.

Are we going to slide into Soviet levels of psychiatric detention of political dissidents? Unless the spread of psychiatric detention without due process of law is checked, the mere belief that the government is interfering with your liberty may become grounds for locking you away.

Update: The stories of psychiatric commitment of political activists in China are horrendous .

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/08/governments-indefinitely-detaining-citizens-in-psychiatric-wards-without-due-process-of-law.html


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 29 Aoû - 15:14 (2012)    Sujet du message: US : POLICE CAN NOW TAKE MINOR DRUG OFFENDERS STRAIGHT TO REHAB! Répondre en citant


US : POLICE CAN NOW TAKE MINOR DRUG OFFENDERS STRAIGHT TO REHAB!



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W8_xF1FFto


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 31 Aoû - 02:47 (2012)    Sujet du message: DEFENSE CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN THE MEDIA UPDATE Répondre en citant

DEFENSE CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN THE MEDIA UPDATE


Thursday, August 30, 2012 5:44 PM

Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.



You are subscribed to Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury in the Media for Defense Centers of Excellence.

Injured Military Members Find Physical, Mental Benefits in Adaptive Athletics (AZ Central)
08/27/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Ft. Hood Soldiers Subject of Traumatic Brain Injury Study (Examiner.com)
08/27/2012 08:00 PM EDT

U.S. Marines Remain Focused on Preventing Suicides: General (Reuters in Chicago Tribune)
08/27/2012 08:00 PM EDT


Wounded Warrior Weekend Aims to Bring PTSD into the Spotlight (CTV News)
08/27/2012 08:00 PM EDT


All Hands on Deck: How We Can Help Someone Who's Suicidal (Huffington Post Blog)
08/27/2012 08:00 PM EDT


Veterans: What Are Your Desires, Your Dreams? (Huffington Post)
08/26/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress (You Are Strong)
08/26/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Military Sex Assault Victims' PTSD Claims Neglected, Panel Told (Los Angeles Times)
07/18/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Veterans’ Mental Health: Can the SAMHSA Policy Academy Help? (Time Battleland Blog)
07/18/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Researchers Recruiting PTSD Sufferers to Study Effectiveness of Mobile-Device Apps (HealthCanal.com)
07/17/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury Can Persist for Years (New York Times)
07/17/2012 08:00 PM EDT

VA Benefits Process Called 'Unrealistic' for Military Sex Assault Victims (Stars and Stripes)
07/17/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Sleep Deprivation May Reduce Risk of PTSD, According to New Research (Medical Xpress)
07/17/2012 08:00 PM EDT

Pentagon’s $18 Million Tool for Assessing Traumatic Brain Injury Fails to Deliver (Nextgov.com)
07/17/2012 08:00 PM EDT


Detailing What We Do – And Don't – Know (TIME)
07/15/2012 08:00 PM EDT


Suicide Prevention is Attainable (A Soldier's Perspective - Blog (DCoE listed as a resource))
04/17/2012 08:00 PM EDT


GRICE: Stigma Still Attached to PTSD (North County Times)
03/15/2012 08:00 PM EDT


The New Battle Our Soldiers Face: The Bias of Some Corporate Hiring Managers (PR Newswire)
02/28/2012 07:00 PM EST


Study: Old Flu Drug Speeds Brain Injury Recovery (Associated Press posted)
02/28/2012 07:00 PM EST


Drug Seems to Speed Recovery After Traumatic Brain Injury (Health Day article posted in US News and World Report)
02/28/2012 07:00 PM EST


Reunited Troops, Families Face Stresses of Reconnecting (USA Today)
12/19/2011 07:00 PM EST

Rejuvenating Oxygen (The Jackson Sun)
12/15/2011 07:00 PM EST


Veterans Train Service Dogs to Help PTSD (EmaxHealth)
12/12/2011 07:00 PM EST


Fort Bliss Soldier Deaths at Home Compared to Fort Hood (KFOX 14)
11/29/2011 07:00 PM EST


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 31 Aoû - 02:56 (2012)    Sujet du message: REHABILITATION PROGRAMS -PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION Répondre en citant

MILITARY KID TACKLES PTSD FOR SCHOOL PROJECT

A kind of espionnage and control by military team of our children and grandchild???

Posted by Robyn Mincher, DCoE Strategic Communications on August 29, 2012




A Backpack Journalist Hannah Rauhut poses with retired Sgt. Maj. Sam Rhodes, founder of Wounded Warrior Horsemanship program. (Courtesy photo)
Military kid Hannah Rauhut was given an assignment: create a multimedia presentation about a topic that was important to her.

While some 13-year-old students might use the opportunity to discuss anything on their minds (my own “groundbreaking” middle school presentation addressed what brand of chocolate chips make for a tastier cookie), Rauhut had a more passionate approach — educate her peers on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Her presentation included facts, a video she made of the local Wounded Warrior Horsemanship program and a live interview with founder retired Sgt. Maj. Sam Rhodes on coping with PTSD. Not only did Rauhut get a perfect score and gratitude from her enlightened classmates, she’s now raising awareness nationwide as a journalist for A Backpack Journalist, a program that teaches military youth about resilience through creative expression. I spoke with Rauhut about the significance of raising awareness of PTSD, especially for youth.

What inspired you to focus on PTSD?

When I moved to Fort Benning, Ga., last year, I started volunteering with the horsemanship program. I didn’t know much about PTSD, but I was surprised to see how it affected our military. I started talking with Mr. Rhodes and hearing his story. I thought, “Could PTSD be here at Fort Benning?” Telling my classmates about PTSD could help them think if it affects their family or neighbor’s family.

Tell me about your experience with the Wounded Warrior Horsemanship program.

I took my father, a colonel for the 197th Brigade, to help me film the program, and Mr. Rhodes introduced me to all these people who were in it. All of them really opened up about PTSD. I even had the chance to interview a general. When you think of a service member you think of someone who is flawless, and when you see that a general has PTSD, you see he experiences issues like everyone else.

What did you learn while creating this project?

I could have thought, “Oh, it’s just another school project and I’ll just get through it,” but as I learned more, I became deeply concerned about PTSD. My own family doesn’t have experience with PTSD — but what about other military kids? Effects of a psychological wound can be just as harmful as losing a limb.
Why is it significant to raise awareness about PTSD with other military kids?

I think it’s extremely important for kids to understand what’s happening with their parents and what they may be exposed to. My hope is that if one of my peers has PTSD in their family, they can say, “Hey, my mom or dad might be going through that” and speak up. Being a military kid, I feel a strong connection to this issue — every time a soldier deploys, even my dad, they’re at risk for PTSD.

What surprised you most about your presentation?

I was amazed about how emotional it was, especially when Mr. Rhodes spoke. He opened up a lot to my class. The bell rang to go to the next class, and we were all there, still listening to Mr. Rhodes. My greatest hope would be to present this to service members one day. PTSD affects the family as much as it affects the service member, and that’s why everyone needs to learn about it.

Watch Hannah’s four-part video presentation, and follow her reporting on abackpackjournalist.com and braveheartveterans.org.

To learn how you can reach out and make a difference in your community, visit the White House initiative Joining Forces website or National Resource Directory to find a program and get involved. Kids can even make their own project at MilitaryKidsConnect.org, an interactive website with fun games, creative projects and more from National Center for Telehealth and Technology.

http://www.dcoe.health.mil/blog/article.aspx?id=1&postid=404


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Dim 2 Sep - 20:06 (2012)    Sujet du message: DOCUMENTED: U.S. MILITARY KILLING ITS OWN TROOPS! Répondre en citant

DOCUMENTED: U.S. MILITARY KILLING ITS OWN TROOPS!



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21hjJll8i5c&feature=player_embedded


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 7 Sep - 16:37 (2012)    Sujet du message: NEUROSCIENCES ET CONTRÔLE MENTAL : BIENTÔT LE CONTRÔLE DE NOS RÊVES, AFIN D’ASSURER AU NOUVEL ORDRE MONDIAL UNE DOMINATION A 200% DES INDIVIDUS ET DES POPULATIONS, ET AFIN DE SUPPRIMER L’ULTIME ESPACE DE LIBERTE DES HOMMES : LE SOMMEIL ! Répondre en citant

 
NEUROSCIENCES ET CONTRÔLE MENTAL : BIENTÔT LE CONTRÔLE DE NOS RÊVES, AFIN D’ASSURER AU NOUVEL ORDRE MONDIAL UNE DOMINATION A 200% DES INDIVIDUS ET DES POPULATIONS, ET AFIN DE SUPPRIMER L’ULTIME ESPACE DE LIBERTE DES HOMMES : LE SOMMEIL !






Chers amis,

Le cauchemar orwellien dans lequel nous sommes DÉJÀ plongés, ne cesse d’empirer… et les projets totalitaires pour le futur proche ou éloigné sont de plus en plus fous et démoniaques.

L’ARTICLE QUI SUIT NOUS PROUVE À NOUVEAU QUE LES INFÂMES NEUROSCIENTIFIQUES SONT EN TRAIN NON SEULEMENT DE PRÉVOIR LA MANIPULATION ET LE CONTRÔLE DE LA MÉMOIRE ET DU COMPORTEMENT HUMAINS, MAIS MÊME LE CONTRÔLE DES… RÊVES !

A NOUVEAU, CELA PASSE PAR LE CONTRÔLE ET LE COURT-CIRCUITAGE DE L’HIPPOCAMPE, AFIN DE SÉLECTIONNER, AMÉLIORER, BLOQUER OU MODIFIER LES RÊVES SELON LES ÉVÉNEMENTS VÉCUS PENDANT LA JOURNÉE.

DE CETTE FAÇON, VIA LA MATRICE LIBERTICIDE QU’IL NOUS A PREPAREE, LE NOUVEL ORDRE MONDIAL NOUS VOLERA LES DERNIERS INSTANTS DE LIBERTÉ DE LA PENSÉE QU’IL NOUS RESTE : CEUX DONT NOUS BÉNÉFICIONS DURANT LE SOMMEIL !

L’EXPÉRIMENTATION EST EN COURS CHEZ LES RATS. IL NE FAUDRA DONC PLUS QUE QUELQUES ANNÉES AVANT QUE LES APPLICATIONS IGNOBLES SURGISSENT POUR LES HUMAINS.

IL EST DONC ÉVIDENT QU’UNE ACTION CONTRE CES PROJETS EST EXCESSIVEMENT URGENTE. SANS CELA, VOUS CONNAISSEZ DÉJÀ VOTRE FUTUR ET CELUI DE VOS DESCENDANTS : CELUI D’UN ESCLAVE TOTALEMENT TÉLÉGUIDÉ, PROGRAMMÉ, MODIFIÉ ET MANIPULÉ, DE JOUR COMME DE NUIT, PAR UN SYSTÈME LIBERTICIDE, FASCISTE ET MALFAISANT.

L’article angoissant, ci-dessous…

BONNE RÉVOLUTION… OU BON ESCLAVAGE, BONNE TYRANNIE ET BONNE MORT ! Vic.

P.S. : un immense merci à la personne qui m’a signalé cet article !





Source :
http://www.wikistrike.com/article-les-neuroscientifiques-pourront-ils-comme-pour-les-rats-controler-nos-reves-109765157.html


Mercredi 5 septembre 2012

LES NEUROSCIENTIFIQUES POURRONT-ILS, COMME POUR LES RATS, CONTRÔLER NOS REVES ?




DES CHERCHEURS TRAVAILLANT AU MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology – cf.
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIT ) ONT REUSSI A MANIPULER LE CONTENU DU REVE D’UN RAT, EN REJOUANT UN SIGNAL SONORE QUI A ETE ASSOCIE A DES EVENEMENTS DE LA JOURNEE PRECEDENTE, A SAVOIR LE FAIT DE TRAVERSER UN LABYRINTHE.

La percée approfondit notre compréhension de la façon dont la mémoire se consolide au cours du sommeil, mais elle détient également un POTENTIEL DANS UNE PERSPECTIVE “D’INGENIERIE DU REVE."

RECEMMENT, ON DECOUVRAIT ENSEMBLE COMMENT DES SCIENTIFIQUES ONT INTRODUIT DE FAUX SOUVENIRS DANS LE CERVEAU DE SOURIS GENETIQUEMENT MODIFIEES (cf.
http://www.gurumed.org/2012/03/23/de-faux-souvenirs-gnrs-dans-une-souris-de-laboratoire/ ) ET, DANS UNE APPROCHE PLUS HUMAINE, COMMENT D’AUTRES PEUVENT INDUIRE UN APPRENTISSAGE AU COURS DU SOMMEIL DE COBAYES HUMAINS (cf. http://www.gurumed.org/2012/08/28/comment-apprendre-en-dormant/ ).

LE NEUROSCIENTIFIQUE MATT WILSON QUI TRAVAILLE AU MIT, PICOWER INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING AND MEMORY (cf.
http://picower.mit.edu/ ), A REUSSI A ACCOMPLIR CET EXPLOIT EN EXPLOITANT LA FAÇON DONT L’HIPPOCAMPE DU CERVEAU ENCODE DES EXPERIENCES PERSONNELLES DANS LA MEMOIRE. Les scientifiques savent que notre hippocampe est occupé à rejouer un certain nombre d’évènements de la journée pendant que nous dormons (cf. http://www.gurumed.org/2011/01/25/le-sommeil-protge-des-fuites-de-mmoires/ ), un processus qui est crucial pour la consolidation de la mémoire. Mais ce qu’ils ne savaient pas c’est, si oui ou non, ces “rediffusions” pouvaient être influencées par des signaux environnementaux.


L’occasion pour le Guru de ressortir sa magnifique manipulation de l’image (et il pèse ces mots), tout comme pour l’image d’en-tête ce sont des souris, le Guru n’avait pas de rat sous la main…:



Pour voir si cela pouvait être réalisé, WILSON ET SON EQUIPE ONT FORME UN GROUPE DE RATS A COURIR DANS UN LABYRINTHE EN UTILISANT DEUX SIGNAUX SONORES DISTINCTS. LES RATS ONT RAPIDEMENT APPRIS QUE LES SONS LEUR ETAIENT UTILES; LE PREMIER SON INDIQUAIT QUE LA NOURRITURE POURRAIT ETRE TROUVEE EN ALLANT VERS LA GAUCHE, TANDIS QUE L’AUTRE SON LEUR SIGNALAIT QU’UNE RECOMPENSE ALIMENTAIRE LES ATTENDAIT SUR LA DROITE. ET TANDIS QUE LES RATS VAQUAIENT A CES OCCUPATIONS, LES NEUROSCIENTIFIQUES ONT ENREGISTRE LEUR ACTIVITE NEURONALE.

PLUS TARD, TANDIS QUE LES RATS DORMAIENT, LES CHERCHEURS ONT A NOUVEAU ENREGISTRE L’ACTIVITE DES NEURONES DE LEUR CERVEAU. EN UTILISANT UNE ANALYSE CORRELATIVE, WILSON A CONFIRME QUE LES RATS REVAIENT DE LEUR PARCOURS REUSSI DANS LE LABYRINTHE DE LA VEILLE.

MAIS LORSQUE LES CHERCHEURS ONT JOUE LES SIGNAUX AUDIO DE L’EXPERIENCE, ILS ONT REMARQUE UNE CHOSE TRES INTERESSANTE : LES RATS REVERAIENT DE LA SECTION DU LABYRINTHE AUPARAVANT ASSOCIE AU SIGNAL SONORE.

L’EXPERIENCE A MONTRE QUE LE CONTENU DU REVE D’UN RAT PEUT ETRE BIAISE PAR LA REACTIVATION DE CERTAINS SOUVENIRS PENDANT QU’ILS SONT ENDORMIS.

Pour le futur, LES CHERCHEURS PENSENT QUE CE SIMPLE EXEMPLE D’INGENIERIE DU REVE POURRAIT OUVRIR LA POSSIBILITE D’UN CONTROLE DU TRAITEMENT DE LA MEMOIRE PLUS ETENDUE PENDANT LE SOMMEIL, ET MEME LA NOTION QUE LES SOUVENIRS PEUVENT ETRE SOIT SELECTIONNES, AMELIORES, BLOQUES OU MODIFIES.

Wilson a également pour objectif de développer de nouvelles approches pour l’apprentissage et la thérapie COMPORTEMENTALE à travers le même genre de MANIPULATION cognitive. Ces derniers pourraient d’ailleurs correspondre à une toute récente étude concernant certaines facultés qui nous permettent d’apprendre en dormant (cf.
http://www.gurumed.org/2012/08/28/comment-apprendre-en-dormant/ ).

L’étude publiée sur Nature Neuroscience : Biasing the content of hippocampal replay during sleep (cf.
http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/nn.3203.html ).

Source: Gurumed


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 7 Sep - 16:51 (2012)    Sujet du message: BIASING THE CONTENT OF HIPPOCAMPAL REPLAY DURING SLEEP Répondre en citant

BIASING THE CONTENT OF HIPPOCAMPAL REPLAY DURING SLEEP

Daniel Bendor1
& Matthew A Wilson1

The hippocampus is essential for encoding self-experienced events into memory.

During sleep, neural activity in the hippocampus related to a recent experience has been observed to spontaneously reoccur, and this 'replay' has been postulated to be important for memory consolidation. Task-related cues can enhance memory consolidation when presented during a post-training sleep session, and, if memories are consolidated by hippocampal replay, a specific enhancement for this replay should be observed. To test this, we trained rats on an auditory-spatial association task while recording from neuronal ensembles in the hippocampus. We found that, during sleep, a task-related auditory cue biased reactivation events toward replaying the spatial memory associated with that cue.

These results indicate that sleep replay can be manipulated by external stimulation and provide further evidence for the role of hippocampal replay in memory consolidation.

View full text

http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/nn.3203.html


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 8 Sep - 21:17 (2012)    Sujet du message: REHABILITATION PROGRAMS -PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION Répondre en citant

AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION FRAUD: HOOKER STUDY DID NOT PROVE HOMOSEXUALS ARE NORMAL

Contact: Dr. Paul Cameron, Family Research Institute, 303-681-3113

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Sept. 4, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- American psychiatry says it categorizes mental disorders based on scientific facts -- not political pressure. Those promoting homosexuality as normal cite the fact that professional associations no longer consider homosexuals disordered.

A new examination of the study that 'changed psychiatric minds' about homosexuality reveals such sloppiness that the scientific method had to have been ignored in favor of political correctness. Psychiatry's junior partner -- the American Psychological Association [APA] -- sold psychiatrists a bill of goods when it claimed the Hooker study was 'definitive' proof that homosexuals were normal. Though Hooker's study of 30 gays aimed to show homosexuals could not be detected by standard psychological tests, her subjects were unable to stop talking about homosexuality during the testing -- a clear indication of obsessive compulsion!

Thanks in substantial part to efforts by the APA, the Hooker study attained near-sacred status in textbooks and court proceedings. A newly published editorial in the peer-reviewed journal Marriage & Family Review details how the APA colluded with Hooker to grossly misrepresent her findings.

"This may be the first fraud committed by a scientific organization. As the Hooker study is so central to the 'homosexuals are normal' argument, its exposure reopens the question of whether homosexuals are mentally disturbed," said Dr. Paul Cameron, one of the study's authors. "The American Psychiatric Association defines a mental disorder as 'associated with...a significantly increased risk of suffering death, pain, [or] disability....' Given that homosexuals are at significantly greater risk of suffering mental and physical diseases -- and this apparently leads to their shortened average lifespan -- homosexuality would appear to qualify as a mental disorder."


Read the full editorial publicshed in the Marriage & Family Review here.

http://www.christiannewswire.com/news/9361620526.html


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 8 Sep - 21:35 (2012)    Sujet du message: AUGUST 23 WEBINAR FOCUSES ON PTSD AND CIVILIAN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS Répondre en citant

AUGUST 23 WEBINAR FOCUSES ON PTSD AND CIVILIAN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS


Posted by: Health.mil Staff

Wednesday, August 22, 2012



The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury is hosting a webinar, “PTSD 101: Education for the Civilian Health Care Provider Treating Service Members,” on Aug. 23, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. EDT.

Published studies state that 10–17 percent of service members self-report significant post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms following deployment.


Additionally, the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center reports the prevalence of clinically diagnosed PTSD in returning Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom service members is 2.4 percent. Consequently, health care providers have a unique opportunity to identify, treat, monitor and refer patients with PTSD, increasing the chance that patients receive help.

Webinar organizers say this session will enhance civilian health care providers’ knowledge of PTSD and treatment options for service members and veterans.

Continuing education units and continuing medical education credits are available.

Register for the webinar.

http://www.health.mil/blog/12-08-22/August_23_Webinar_Focuses_on_PTSD_and_Civilian_Health_Care_Providers.aspx


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 8 Sep - 21:38 (2012)    Sujet du message: NEW SUICIDE PREVENTION THERAPY TACKLES PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA Répondre en citant

NEW SUICIDE PREVENTION THERAPY TACKLES PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA

Posted by: Jeffrey Soares, USAMRMC Public Affairs

Monday, August 20, 2012

The protection and treatment of warfighters was a primary focus of the 2012 Military Health System Research Symposium held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aug. 12-16, and the prevention of suicide among military personnel both during active duty and upon their return was of paramount importance to both researchers and attendees.

In a breakout session dealing with advances in military suicide and psychological health research Aug. 15, Dr. Laura Neeley of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md., offered insight regarding her study of Post Admission Cognitive Therapy, or PACT, for the prevention of suicide in military personnel with histories of trauma.

Working with Dr. Marjan Holloway, Neeley’s research supports a link between psychological trauma and suicide-related behaviors. Neely said PACT may help patients to cope effectively with suicidal thoughts and actions.

“The goal of our research,” Neeley explained, “is to develop and empirically evaluate a brief inpatient cognitive behavioral treatment for individuals with psychological trauma who have attempted suicide.”

The PACT program has three phases. Phase I begins with an analysis of the patient’s current suicide attempt, and this leads into a cognitive conceptualization of the events leading up to the attempted suicide. This involves retracing the thoughts of the individual to determine a mood set and behavior. Phase II moves into cognitive restructuring, to review the negative automatic thoughts of the individual while looking for ways to modify these negative thoughts.

Neeley said that when someone is in a highly emotional state, it is sometimes difficult to generate alternative ways of thinking, so she suggests the use of coping cards. These cards contain positive statements that provide support to the person who may be in jeopardy of self-destruction.

“Patients can carry these cards in their pocket,” Neeley said, “and every time that they have an [event] that leads to an emotional reaction, they can take [one] out and read it to themselves, to start working on changing their thinking patterns, and working on emotional regulation.”

This second phase also includes the implementation of a hope kit, in which patients keep positive reminders inside of a box that they can pull out to remind themselves of the good things in life -- things worth living for. These items can include photos, coping cards, journals, gifts or other things associated with good memories for the patient.

Finally, sessions in Phase III focus on relapse prevention and safety planning.

“In the final stage, we go through the suicide story again, but this time we rewrite it so the patient can incorporate her newly learned skills,” Neeley said.

In this stage, the patient must look for ways to challenge thoughts of negativity and suicide, and in doing so, should realize their own self-worth as well as the worthiness of people and things around them.

“We also have them create a safety plan for when they’re discharged,” Neeley said, “so that they know exactly what to do when they’re in crisis.”

Created by the patient, this safety plan not only contains certain scenarios of negative actions that the patient should watch for, but more importantly, it contains a list of positive reactions to use in order to squelch negative thoughts, as well as a list of contact persons who may help to calm down and reassure the patient.

Neeley said the patient’s own readiness to change may often provide a roadblock which is difficult to overcome. In the case of her clinical study patient, “We focused on changing her negative automatic thoughts, which related to a sense of poor self-efficacy, coping with trauma and other life domains.”

Neeley believes the results of this study support the need for evidence-based psychotherapy research for traumatized suicidal individuals. Currently, her group is working on an inpatient cognitive behavioral treatment protocol for the treatment of trauma and suicide behavior.


Category:

Tags researchsuicide preventionPTSDpsychological health


http://www.health.mil/blog/12-08-20/New_Suicide_Prevention_Therapy_Tackles_Psychological_Trauma.aspx


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 8 Sep - 21:54 (2012)    Sujet du message: MILITARY PATHWAYS RELEASES VIDEO SERIES ON PTSD Répondre en citant

MILITARY PATHWAYS RELEASES VIDEO SERIES ON PTSD

Posted by: Health.mil Staff
Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Coping with post-traumatic stress disorder? Military Pathways, a joint program of the Department of Defense and the nonprofit organization, Screening for Mental Health, has released a dozen videos which provide helpful suggestions and resources about PTSD. Individual clips run less than two minutes and cover a range of topics connected to PTSD including practical tips for sleeping better, the benefits of healthy eating habits and 11 ways to handle PTSD symptoms. At the end of each video is a web address to link to more resources.

Watch the videos : https://www.militarymentalhealth.org/resources/videos.aspx

http://www.health.mil/blog/12-07-18/Military_Pathways_Releases_Video_Series_on_PTSD.aspx


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 8 Sep - 22:00 (2012)    Sujet du message: OVERCOMING PTSD--STEVE QUAYLE AND DR. PAUL HEGSTROM Répondre en citant

OVERCOMING PTSD--STEVE QUAYLE AND DR. PAUL HEGSTROM



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wfw9dNW_T_Q


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 13 Sep - 23:14 (2012)    Sujet du message: OBAMA: SUBSTANCE ABUSERS CAN'T OWN FIREARMS Répondre en citant



OBAMA: SUBSTANCE ABUSERS CAN'T OWN FIREARMS

Breaking News |September 12, 2012 |

(Susanne Posel) The Obama Administration through the Justice Department has given the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) the authority to “seize and administratively forfeit property involved in controlled-substance abuses.” In effect: those who are convicted of crimes involving alcohol and/or substance abusers will have their right to bear arms revoked.

By misuse of the civil-forfeiture doctrine, constitutional rights can be circumvented while the owner of the property will have it taken without recourse.

In 2010, the Department of Justice published that document entitled, “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism” wherein the definition of “constitutionalist” is reworked to reflect a “generic term for members of the ‘patriot’ movement. It is now often used to refer to members of the sovereign citizen or common law court movement. Sometimes the word ‘constitutionalist’ is also used.”

This document attempts to down play the term New World Order by explaining it as a term “used by conspiracy theorists to refer to a global conspiracy designed to implement worldwide socialism.” This ideal is “targeted by right-wing extremists” as bad, yet those types are afraid that “Jewish people ultimately [will] control the world.”

The FBI surmises that “Sovereign citizens are anti-government extremists who believe that even though they physically reside in this country, they are separate or ‘sovereign’ from the United States. As a result, they believe they don’t have to answer to any government authority, including courts, taxing entities, motor vehicle departments, or law enforcement” and that these citizens are a domestic terror threat.

Last month, Brian Loftus, member of Oathkeepers, was unduly harassed for purchasing “a few boxes of ammunition.”

Former US Marine Brandon Raub was indefinitely detained in a VA psychiatric hospital for speaking out against the US government on Facebook.

Raub’s attorney, John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute, has stated that he is receiving correspondence from people across America that report that US veterans are being detained in psychiatric hospitals for speaking out against the US government.

Because of the Department of Homeland Security report entitled Rightwing Extremism, the US government is coming after US veterans; decrying them as domestic terrorists, extremists and white supremacists.

In July of this year, Obama vowed to “curb violence in American cities, including reasonable restrictions on gun ownership.”

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_XGSp6Hd7vM

As a Senator, Obama supported and pushed for anti-gun legislation. He admonished Congress back then as being “slow to act” on the issues he felt were an imperative.

During the Fast and Furious scandal it was revealed that the ATF was exposed in emails to have been part of the covert operation that was designed to justify a new gun regulation called “Demand Letter 3” that would require gun shops and owners to report sales of multiple gun sales to individuals.

In the speech to the National Urban League, Obama eluded to the US government defining and declaring who is mentally stable enough to have the right to gun ownership.

Psychiatric doctors have seen money in the words of Obama and are rallying to claim that supporting the 2nd Amendment is tantamount to having a mental disorder.

Some psychiatrists are asserting that there needs to be a national healthcare approach to the issue of allowing the 2nd Amendment to stand.

Propaganda studies into gun ownership claim that alcohol abuse causes the likelihood of gun-related violence to rise, according to Dr. Garen Wintemute, professor of emergency medicine at the Prevention Research Program.

Banning assault weapons would control the amount of rounds a person could shoot, while the police officers would still be allowed to tout automatic pistols. By restricting gun sales to include minor misdemeanors as well as convicted felons, 40% of gun sales would be curbed. And with the classification of gun support as a mental disorder, more control could be placed on who ultimately can own a gun.

http://govtslaves.info/obama-substance-abusers-cant-own-firearms/


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 14 Sep - 19:35 (2012)    Sujet du message: OPERATION EMOTIONAL FREEDOM : THE ANSWER Répondre en citant

NEW 0900 - House Armed Services Hearing: DoD Auditability Challenges.

2000 - GI Film Festival: OPERATION EMOTIONAL FREEDOM : THE ANSWER :

A look at the current state of health care for combat veterans diagnosed with PTSD. The film sets about examining the medical/chemical approach to treating emotional conditions and why drugs are not "the answer." Instead, the story follows a group of volunteer vets and their families on a journey from the hell of their post-war experiences through a newer vision of health and recovery for PTSD and trauma.

Fridays (debut) @ 2000 | Saturdays @ 0800 & 1500 | Sundays @ 0000 & 1100 | Mondays @ 1000 | Tuesdays @ 0400 | Wednesdays @ 1300 | Thursdays @ 2200

http://www.pentagonchannel.mil/specials/GI_film_festival.shtml


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Mer 26 Sep - 02:42 (2012)    Sujet du message: IRAN : MAHMOUD AHMANDINEJAD SAYS HOMOSEXUALITY IS UGLY AND NEEDS TO BE RE-EDUCATED (SEPT 24, 2012) Répondre en citant

IRAN : MAHMOUD AHMANDINEJAD SAYS HOMOSEXUALITY IS UGLY AND NEEDS TO BE RE-EDUCATED (SEPT 24, 2012)



VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsvlYQJednc


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Oct - 00:51 (2012)    Sujet du message: DEMAIN, INTERNET RENDRA FOU... Répondre en citant

DEMAIN, INTERNET RENDRA FOU...



http://www.das-baham.com/article-demain-internet-rendra-fou-110819146.html 


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Oct - 23:54 (2012)    Sujet du message: TAILOR TREATMENT OF PTSD TO PATIENT, EXPERTS URGE Répondre en citant


TAILOR TREATMENT OF PTSD TO PATIENT, EXPERTS URGE

By Chris Roberts
El Paso (Texas) Times/MCT
Published: October 3, 2012

Treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder — suffered by thousands of U.S. military members returning from combat zones — must be tailored to the individual, experts said Tuesday at a heath-care conference in El Paso.

And making an initial therapeutic contact with people struggling to readjust to "normal" life, they said, requires giving them a chance to talk about it.

"Don't label," said psychologist Vicki Thomas, who works at the Beaumont Army Medical Center's Warrior Resilience Center. "You want to show you care and ask questions. PTSD can (push people to be so) isolated that you lose that ability to just share and talk."


Thomas was responding to a question from a nursing student, who was among about 70 people, including nurses, community outreach specialists and other health-care workers, at the conference. They were attending a session at the Mano y Corazón, Binational Conference of Multicultural Health Care Solutions co-sponsored by state Sen. José Rodríguez, D-El Paso, and the El Paso Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses.

Symptoms of a stress disorder include irritability, sleep deprivation, hypervigilance, relationship problems and fear of public places, the experts said.

Daytime flashbacks and nightmares force people with PTSD to relive horrific incidents in stark detail, said clinical psychologist Yolanda Guerrero Kraynick, who works at Beaumont's Biggs Behavioral Health Clinic.

Sights, smells and even touch can trigger episodes of panic and hyperarousal, she said.

When a person's nervous system is on high alert for months at a time — looking for any sign of ambush or other life-threatening danger — it can cause changes in the brain. The "fight-or-flight" mechanism takes over from the part of the brain that critically analyzes a threat to determine whether a reaction is necessary, Guerrero Kraynick said.

Even after returning to the relative safety of the United States, everyday situations can appear life threatening to people suffering from a combat-related stress disorder. Driving under a bridge or being hemmed in by traffic at a stop light reminds them of situations that exposed them to enemy attack; a cardboard box or a pile of rocks on the side of the road can disguise a roadside bomb.

Something instantly dismissed by people without combat experience can trigger anxiety and adrenaline for someone suffering from a traumatic-stress disorder.

In public places they keep their backs to a wall so they can see what is going on and map a quick exit route.

Walmart is a frightening experience, with its unpredictable flow of humanity. Indeed, Walmart has come to symbolize a type of treatment in which the person is asked to endure the intense anxiety created by that exposure until it subsides. Through repetition, the symptoms sometimes subside.

Treatments can depend on the severity of those symptoms, Guerrero Kraynick said.

Methods include desensitization and prolonged exposure. In some cases, people who suffer the illness are asked to recount horrific experiences in detail.

"It involves telling your story on tape for an hour over and over and over again," Thomas said. It is not for everyone, she said, and has "lots of treatment dropouts."

If soldiers do not respond to the usual treatments, "The question is what adjunct therapies can you use?" Thomas said. "It's easy to write them off as a 'failure to comply with treatment.' "

Resilience center therapists use additional approaches such as acupuncture, medical massage, tai chi and biofeedback, she said.
"It is not a one-size-fits-all treatment," Thomas said.

And not only can life improve for people suffering from traumatic stress disorders, she said, but in some cases those individuals come to know themselves better than people who have not suffered through such ordeals.

"People sometimes tell me, 'How can I feel so awful and you're telling me I can grow from it?' " Thomas said. "But the process of overcoming it can make you stronger."

Overcoming also involves coping with the social stigma of a wound with no obvious physical signs. Unit commanders have, in some cases, assumed soldiers suffering from stress disorders were trying to avoid work or end a commitment to the Army.

And soldiers who want to remain in the military are concerned such a diagnosis will end their careers. Thomas said all that is changing, and the resilience center has even given soldiers who respond to treatment a chance, if they request it, to return to combat zones, which is part of an infantryman's job.

"The diagnosis alone shouldn't be the criteria," Thomas said. "We are looking very hard at the performance rather than the diagnosis."

http://www.stripes.com/news/navy/tailor-treatment-of-ptsd-to-patient-experts-urge-1.191759?localLinksEnabled=false


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 5 Oct - 15:31 (2012)    Sujet du message: MILITARY MEDICINE’ SUPPLEMENT FOCUSES ON PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH, TBI Répondre en citant

‘MILITARY MEDICINE’ SUPPLEMENT FOCUSES ON PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH, TBI


http://www.dcoe.health.mil/NewsArticle.aspx?id=3575

Posted by Dino Teppara, DCoE Strategic Communications on September 19, 2012

What’s the impact of multiple deployments and repeated traumatic stressors on service members? Why are a significant number of military personnel experiencing psychological injuries following their deployments? What treatment options are available? What’s being done to help advance the field of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health?
  DCoE develops special medical journal supplement to highlight advances in psychological health and TBI. (DCoE photo)

If these questions are on your mind, consider reading the special edition of “Military Medicine.” Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) subject matter experts and others share updated research to better understand current psychological health and TBI conditions affecting the health, occupational and personal functioning of service members and veterans. Published by The Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS), the journal identifies effective screening tools, diagnostic technologies and treatments for major areas of concern like posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, substance use disorder and TBI.

“This special supplement was developed for providers in a collaborative effort across the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs with academia, to promote positive progress made after more than a decade of unconventional warfare,” said Carlton Drew, DCoE education directorate director.

The supplement includes articles that cover a range of relevant topics including:

DCoE psychological health and TBI treatment resources available on our website are also highlighted and include:

“Significant progress has been made in military medicine during the last several years,” said Navy Capt. Paul S. Hammer, DCoE director. “In the fall of 2011, I visited Afghanistan and was thrilled to see concussion care centers, combat stress restoration centers, clear TBI management guidance, innovative treatment practices, and vastly improved clinical data collection.”

Anyone can download the special Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury issue of “Military Medicine” for free electronically or purchase a hard copy through AMSUS. DCoE also provides free podcasts summarizing seven articles in the supplement that you can now listen to.

Visit the DCoE news room, blog as well as our Facebook and Twitter pages often to stay updated on the latest advancements in psychological health and TBI treatment.

Additional resources from DCoE worth checking out include:

http://www.dcoe.health.mil/blog/article.aspx?id=1&postid=410


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 5 Oct - 21:28 (2012)    Sujet du message: OUVERTURE DES CAMPS DE CONCENTRATIONS FEMA - 2012 - THE OPENING OF CONCENTRATION CAMPS FEMA - 2012 Répondre en citant

OUVERTURE DES CAMPS DE CONCENTRATIONS FEMA - 2012 - THE OPENING OF CONCENTRATION CAMPS FEMA - 2012



VIDÉO (english sous-titré en français) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfkOIufu0sA&feature=related


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Ven 12 Oct - 15:53 (2012)    Sujet du message: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SUPPORTS NATIONAL DEPRESSION SCREENING DAY Répondre en citant

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SUPPORTS NATIONAL DEPRESSION SCREENING DAY

Posted by: Health.mil Staff

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The Department of Defense is partnering with the mental health support program, Military Pathways, to encourage service members, veterans, and their families to participate in National Depression Screening Day on Oct. 11, 2012.

Anonymous mental health screening is available, at no cost, on the Military Mental Health Screening Program’s website. More than 1,000 organizations around the globe will be holding events throughout the month to raise awareness about mental illness.

Some symptoms of depression are sad or empty feelings, decreased energy, feeling hopeless and, sometimes, suicidal thoughts. Depression affects approximately 17 million Americans but only half of those suffering may seek help. Many who avoid seeking help for depression believe it is not serious or that it will go away. Military Pathways reminds service members and veterans that seeking help is a sign of strenth.


Service members, veterans and their families can access the website 24/7 to self-screen for symptoms of depression, PTSD or a related disorder. Information on finding treatment is also available.

To take the test, visit the Military Mental Health Screening Program.

For more information on mental health awareness, visit health.mil.

http://www.health.mil/blog/12-10-10/Department_of_Defense_Supports_National_Depression_Screening_Day.aspx


Revenir en haut
maria
Administrateur

Hors ligne

Inscrit le: 18 Juin 2011
Messages: 24 645
Féminin

MessagePosté le: Sam 13 Oct - 18:33 (2012)    Sujet du message: NATIONAL DEPRESSION SCREENING DAY: DO THIS FOR THE ONES YOU LOVE Répondre en citant



TRAP

NATIONAL DEPRESSION SCREENING DAY: DO THIS FOR THE ONES YOU LOVE

 You're on depression or you want to combat stress? Here the answer from the King of this earth

"Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."
Matthew 11:28

The only agenda from the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury is to be able to control you by some strong medication or to implement in your head a brain chip. A dangerous ruse to take over our soul, our spirit and our body. We are now enter in dangerous and perillious time. They're now pushing for the mark of the Beast so be on your guard.

Posted by Dr. Pam Murphy, National Center for Telehealth and Technology child psychologist on October 11, 2012




Graphic courtesy of Military Pathways

It’s always the other guy. Poor sap — he’s got a drinking problem. She’s got to start standing up for herself. Those folks are in serious need of Parenting 101.

Have you ever noticed how easy it is to spot other people’s problems but not our own? Some problems are easier to see than others. You may realize you drive too fast when you get a speeding ticket. You figure out you’ve gained weight when your jeans don’t fit.

Speeding and weight gain are easy to recognize because they have clear-cut signs or signals. But it gets tricky when you consider such problems as depression, anxiety or combat stress. The signals for these problems can easily be misinterpreted or ignored as unimportant. So what if you’re unable to sleep through the night or lose your appetite? It’s just something going around. Sure you’re irritable and angry all the time but you have a good reason. What’s the big deal if you don’t want to hang out with your friends anymore?

Today is National Depression Screening Day. Today, why not see if maybe this time it’s you and not the other guy with the problem — a problem you can do something about. Go to Military Pathways to take an anonymous depression screening. It only takes about five minutes and you get immediate feedback. Do this for the ones you love.

Review this blog post by Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) to find resources and more background on the program. And find out if you’re almost depressed in this article from the National Center for Telehealth and Technology, a DCoE center.

http://www.dcoe.health.mil/blog/article.aspx?id=1&postid=416


Revenir en haut
Contenu Sponsorisé






MessagePosté le: Aujourd’hui à 00:23 (2016)    Sujet du message: REHABILITATION PROGRAMS -PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION

Revenir en haut
Montrer les messages depuis:   
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    LE VOÎLE DÉCHIRÉ (1) Index du Forum -> LA RELIGION MONDIALE ET L'ONU : SES VUES ET AGENDA SUR LE TRANSHUMANISME, CLONAGE, AGENDA DE DÉPOPULATION -> PROGRAMME DE RÉHABILITATION (SANTÉ MENTALE) - REHABILITATION PROGRAMS (MENTAL HEALTH) (PARTIE 2) Toutes les heures sont au format GMT + 2 Heures
Aller à la page: <  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8  >
Page 3 sur 8

 
Sauter vers:  

Portail | Index | Creer un forum | Forum gratuit d’entraide | Annuaire des forums gratuits | Signaler une violation | Conditions générales d'utilisation
Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2005 phpBB Group
Traduction par : phpBB-fr.com