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At times, all of us have felt anxious and moody. Anxiety, in fact, is one of the universal behavorial indicators that are shared across regional and cultural boundaries. Anxiety and depression, in fact, are a completely normal part of human life. Who hasn’t studied for an exam without having test anxiety, only to scoremuch more than what we’d anticipated? As an evoultionary mechanism, anxiety was fundamentally important to our survival as a species – it kept us alert and prepared for any forseeable difficulty.

Trouble, however, starts when anxiety and depression seem to strike out of nowhere, last for weeks to month, and make everyday life difficult, if not impossible, then we are talking about a serious medical condition, not mere modd swings. Believe it or not, anxiety and depression are two of the most common problems in the world that strikes pretty much everybody at some point or time or the other in their lives. Collectively, a combination of anxiety, depression and sudden panic attacks are classified under “anxiety disorders”.

People suffering from anxiety may display one or several of the following physical symptoms: trembling, sweating, muscle aches, nausea, fatigue, palpitation, dry mouth, and cold and clammy hands. On a deeper level, such people are usually emotionally apprehensive and irritable and suffer from a misconstrued feeling of impending doom.

At the other end of the spectrum is depression, which is a condition that can persist for years and have some truly fatal consequences. It can affect your eating, sleeping habits, impact one’s self image and self-worth. It must be kept in mind that a depression is not the same as a blue mood, neither is it a result of personal “weakness” – a long standing, albeit misguided belief in society. Moreover, depression is not something that can be easily wished away if one lacks the physical and emotional environment to pull oneself out of it. Depression can last for weeks to years; treatment usually involves medications and if required, psychotherapy.

Both anxiety and depression remain the two most widespread problems in the world. But at the same time, they are also the most easily treatable – Read More

Anxiety

We all know the external signs of anxiety: sweaty palms, tight chest, pounding heart, erection problems, Butterflies in the stomach, restlessness, irritability,, trembling hands, dread, feelings of being out of control Or impending panic…

Some of the brain events and patterns characteristic of anxiety include: decreased alpha and theta brain waves (suggestive of decreased relaxation and calmness); increased high beta activity (suggestive of Heightened arousal) ; rapid shifts in brain waves and absence of brain-wave synchrony (suggestive of Uncoordinated and agitated thought processes) ; elevated levels of stressful and excitatory biochemicals Including high amounts of epinephrine (adrenaline) ACTH and cortisol.

Both outwardly and inwardly, then, anxiety shares many of the features of the fight-or- flight response. This evolutionary hard-wired program responds automatically to a perceived threat by activating our sympathetic nervous system. In an adrenaline rush we pour out neurochemicals that accelerate our metabolism in various ways, all of them intended to help us deal with some external threat by running like hell or ripping its liver out with our teeth.

When the external threat exists, our response is called fear. In its most irrational and exaggerated form, this fear can become phobia. We can respond to an external appropriately and then after Activating and using our fight-or-flight response, we can relax and allow our body to activate the relaxation response.
During the relaxation response the effects of the fight-flight response are terminated and erased
And the stress-related biochemicals and their byproducts are normally cleaned out of the system

BUT in anxiety, the threat is internally created: We are distressed by some potential or future event
And since there's no way to fight or flight or flee a potential or future advent, we are left in a state of arousal. We are still feeling the threat, but there is no way to escape..

One way to escape anxiety is simply to turn off the physiological symptoms of the fight or flight response, like turning off a faulty warning signal on a machine. This seems to be one of the ways in which brain technology works so effectively to alleviate anxiety: clearly mind tools have powerful and in many cases unsurpassed effects in rapidly producing deep relaxation by switching on the relaxation response.

Try to imagine being profoundly relaxed and experiencing anxiety. It's probably hard for you to do. There's evidence that deep relaxation and fear are mutually exclusive, when you are experiencing one, you cannot truly experience the other. So, to the degree that you permit brain technology to relax you, it will eliminate anxiety.

The image of flipping a switch switching off your fight or flight response and switching on your relaxation response, may seem like an oversimplification. But there is evidence that there may be a sort of "master switch" in the brain that turns on either the sympathetic or the parasympathetic system. According to cranial electrostimulation (CES) researcher Daniel Kirsch, CES produces "a direct stimulation of the autonomic nervous system" that can act "sort of like switching on the relaxation response. And CES researcher Ray Smith, describing a study of people who suffered from phobias, told me with astonishment that "what we found, essentially, was that the CES blocked the subjects' ability to fear altogether! This suggests that the old brain… including the hypothalamus and amygdala, governing memories and emotional expression, is the area affected by the electrostimulation." What Smith found, in other words, was that stimulation with CES essentially switched off fear, or the fight or flight response.

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Anxiety reduction is usually felt during the first treatment although the effects are cumulative over time. Depression and insomnia are usually controlled, if not cured, in two to three weeks. Users also report feeling more energetic, focused, and, well. Although not its primary mechanism of action, microcurrent treatment Increases natural endorphin output

 

DEPRESSION

There is always hope. Anxiety and Depression blinds us to that fact.
If we can somehow hold on to our hope,
just maybe we can find a way to get through.

Without emotion, man would be nothing but a biological computer. Love, joy, sorrow, fear, apprehension, anger,
satisfaction, and discontent provide
the meaning of human existence.
Arnold M. Ludwig---1980

First I want to warn you: this is a somewhat long letter.
If I could tell you all I need to in just a few words, believe me, I would.

Lately Melissa hasn't felt like herself. Her friends have noticed it, too. Lita was surprised when Melissa turned down her invitation to go to the mall last Saturday (Melissa could always be counted on for Retail Therapy!). There was really no reason not to go, but Melissa just didn't feel like it. Instead, she spent most of the weekend sleeping.

Staying in more than usual isn't the only change in Melissa. She's always been a really good student. But over the past couple of months her grades have fallen and she has trouble concentrating. She forgot to turn in a paper that was due and is having a hard time getting motivated to study for her finals.

Melissa feels tired all the time but has difficulty falling asleep. She's gained weight too. When her mother asks her what's wrong, Melissa just feels like crying. But she doesn't know why. Nothing particularly bad has happened. Yet she feels sad all the time and can't shake it.

Melissa may not realize it yet, but she is depressed.

What causes depression?

Sometimes friends or family members recognize that someone is depressed. They may respond with love, kindness, or support, hoping that the sadness will soon pass.

But not everyone recognizes depression when it happens to someone they know.

Some people don't really understand about depression. For example, they may react to a depressed person's low energy with criticism, yelling at the person for acting lazy or not trying harder. Some people mistakenly believe that depression is just an attitude or a mood that a person can shake off. It's not that easy.

Sometimes even people who are depressed don't take their condition seriously enough. Some people feel that they are weak in some way because they are depressed.

Being clinically depressed is very different from the down type of feeling that all people experience from time to time. Occasional feelings of sadness are a normal part of life, and it is that such feelings are often colloquially referred to as "depression." In clinical depression, such feelings are out of proportion to any external causes. There are things in everyone's life that are possible causes of sadness, but people who are not depressed manage to cope with these things without becoming incapacitated.

 

As one might expect, depression can present itself as feeling sad or "having the blues". However, sadness may not always be the dominant feeling of a depressed person. Depression can also be experienced as a numb or empty feeling, or perhaps no awareness of feeling at all. A depressed person may experience a noticeable loss in their ability to feel pleasure about anything. Depression, as viewed by psychiatrists, is an illness in which a person experiences a marked change in their mood and in the way they view themselves and the world. Depression as a significant depressive disorder ranges from short in duration and mild to long term and very severe, even life threatening.

Depression involves the brain's delicate chemistry — specifically, it involves chemicals called neurotransmitters. These chemicals help send messages between nerve cells in the brain. Certain neurotransmitters regulate mood, and if they run low, people can become depressed, anxious, and stressed. Stress also can affect the balance of neurotransmitters and lead to depression.

The most common drugs used today to treat depression focus their attention on the brain chemicals, serotonin and norepinephrine.

Adverse side effects of antidepressant drugs

Increasing evidence, however, now indicates that another player in the brain, corticotropin-releasing factor, should share the spolight. Studies have shown that abnormally high activity of this stress hormone is present in many cases of depression. Furthermore, research shows that drugs that block the action of corticotropin-releasing factor have the potential to lift the dismally low spirits of the depressed. The new insights help explain how depression arises and may lead to new options for prevention and treatment.BT9


It is important for people to know that:

Depression is an illness that can affect anyone at any age.
It is not connected with and does not develop into insanity

SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION

An estimated one in ten Americans suffer from depression, an illness that affects both physical and mental well-being. Often chronic in nature, depression can be triggered by adverse life circumstances or occur simply "out of the blue." Frequently, a combination of genetic, psychological and environmental factors contribute to the onset of depression.
Depression is much misunderstood by the public, yet it affects many people of all ages. It is estimated that one in five people will suffer from depression at some point in their lives.

Depression Scale

Depression is an illness where the feelings of hopelessness and helplessness, linkled to the inability to concentrate, may make it hard for some people to carry out normal daily activities.
Depression is an illness with a wide range of physical and psychological symptoms, which sometimes make it hard to recognise and understand.
Personality may play a part in depression. Although anyone can become depressed under particular circumstances, some people seem to be more vulnerable than others. This may be because of things that have happened in childhood, such as abuse, or because of our individual make up (including body chemistry).
A lot of effective, intelligent and creative people suffer from depression and yet make an outstanding contribution to life. Often, information about their depression is only revealed after their death, as people misunderstand the illness. Amongst such people are
Florence Nightingale and
Sir Winston Churchill, who used to call depression his "black dog". Depression can effect anyone and does not reduce your value as a human being.

The most common symptoms are set out below . If these have been experienced for more than two weeks it is essential to seek help. People may suffer from two or three of these symptoms but are unlikely to experience them all.

Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness.
Feeling useless, inadequate, bad.
Self hatred, constant questioning of thoughts and actions, an overwhelming need for reassurance.
Being vulnerable and "over-sensitive".
Feeling guilty.
A loss of energy and motivation, that makes even the simplest tasks or decisions seem difficult.
Self harm.
Loss or gain in weight.
Difficulty with getting off to sleep, or (less frequently) an excessive desire to sleep.
Agitation and restlessness.
Loss of sex drive.
Finding it impossible to concentrate for any length of time, forgetfulness.
A sense of unreality.
Physical aches and pains, sometimes with the fear that you are seriously ill.
In severe depression, these feelings may also include:

Suicidal ideas.
Failure to eat or drink.
Delusions and/or hallucinations.

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Everyone has a threshold for what they can handle coming at them from the world. When that threshold is exceeded, we attempt to deal with being pushed over it with a variety of coping mechanisms, including anxiety, anger, depression, overwhelm, sadness, substance abuse, and many others.

When a person has trauma during childhood, this threshold ends up being lower than if the trauma had not happened, and the person is more often bothered by things in their environment that might not bother other "normal" people. This means they exhibit, and suffer from, the above feelings and behaviours more often. But even the person with the normal threshold can be pushed past their threshold from time to time, depending on what’s going on for them.

The solution to all of this? Raise this threshold higher, and this is precisely what the BT 9 does. As this happens, your dysfunctional feelings and behaviours happen less and less often because it becomes less and less likely that whatever is happening in your environment will push you over it and trigger these feelings and behaviours in the first place. As a result, they fall away — for good.

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This is a lot like an athlete who begins with a certain physical threshold, but raises it by training every day until what would have overwhelmed the person in the beginning becomes easy.

"I noticed effects from the first day od using my BT9. I experienced a greater sense of well being, I experienced a sense of euphoria and also a sense that finally I HAD found something that is making changes to me and is living up to the facts.."
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Cranial Electrotherapy, a Profound Alternative Therapy

C.E.S.- SAFE EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE TO DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION .

Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) is an FDA approved treatment for depression .. Over 100 human and eighteen animal studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of CES in treating these and other disorders. CES involves the introduction of a very weak electrical current into the brain. Before you say, "No way! Not my brain!" understand CES is not "Shock therapy". The electrical current used in CES/BT9 is typically less than one milliampere. To put this in perspective, the current needed to power a light bulb is about 11,000 times stronger. No serious side effects have been reported with CES.

CES FAQ

CES is not only a drug-free treatment of these conditions but is more effective than drugs currently on the market, with none of their frequently debilitating side effects.

Homeostasis can be defined as the tendency for intrinsic balance within a system. Application of a therapeutic range of microcurrent intracranially seems to enhance the homeostasis of the biological central nervous system. A change in one system within the individual will have correlative effects upon other systems. Improvements in mood, cognitive function, self image, shift of locus of control to oneself, and sense of well being can be measured. When CES/BT9 works, it enhances one's ability to handle or deal with situations that were previously beyond the range of one's control.

Depression Scale

Electromedicine (including BT9/CES) is designed to primarily impact the electrical nature of the body. The current used in CES is very similar to the electrical fields naturally present in the body

The efficacy of CES has been demonstrated in many different ways. Studies have used twenty-seven different psychometric (pencil and paper) tests including the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory and the State/Trait Anxiety Inventory. CES has consistently demonstrated reductions in anxiety on these tests. Other studies have measured the physiological manifestations of anxiety before and after CES treatment. Slowing of brain waves and respiration rate, as well as reduction in blood pressure are physical signs of stress reduction that have been documented with CES treatment. One placebo-controlled study evaluated the effects of CES treatment in twenty individuals with chronic stress symptoms of at least a year's duration. All of them had failed to respond to medication. Muscle tension, heart rate and finger temperature were measured before, immediately after, and one week following a single twenty minute CES treatment. Muscle tension and heart rate decreased and finger temperature increased immediately after treatment in those receiving active CES treatment but not in the placebo (sham CES) group. One week after treatment, those who had received active CES treatment still had significantly reduced muscle tension and heart rate! This is one of the many advantages of CES over medications. Whereas medications only work as long as they are taken, CES effects are long lasting and cumulative.

You don't have to be "sick" or "stressed-out" to use the BT9/CES and realize its benefits. CES is a life-enhancing instrument of potential value to everyone. Its uses are wide ranging. Some people use it as an adjunct to meditation practice each morning. Others during peak stressor moments that hit unexpectedly in the course of a day. Who hasn't experienced those times when we are about to "lose it?" Putting the unit on in these situations even just briefly--perhaps for as little as ten minutes-- can help curb that anxiety and serve as a reminder that one needs to be with ones self in a different way.

CES also represents a significant affirmation that you have the power within to change your mental state and that you are willing to take active steps to create the time and the space to do so.

Using waveforms at a level of current similar to the body's own, MET bridge cellular communications help re-establish the normal electrical flow.

CES FAQ
(frequently asked questions)

Anxiety and depression are the most widely experienced negative states

One curious quality of anxiety is that, since the external threat is not present, our attention and fear become focused on the symptoms of the anxiety itself. Thus we begin to fear that because our breathing is constricted, we will stop breathing; that because our heart is thumping, we will have a heart attack; and so on. A quick way to stop anxiety is to turn our attention away from it. You may have had the experience of suffering anxiety and then being distracted by something more urgent. By the time you remember how anxious you were, your anxiety has gone. Anxiety is a response to a perceived threat; it makes sense that if we forget about or have our attention diverted from the threat, then the physiological symptoms will disappear quickly.

DRUGS, DEPRESSION, SMOKING and CES-Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation

Affectiveness of the NET or Brain Tuner device was established by a Chinese Acupuncturist, Dr. Wen, in Hong Kong in the 1970s by testing hundreds of patients at a clinic, most of whom were on drugs of one kind or another, alcohol, nicotine, heroin, etc, consciously or unconsciously trying to relieve stress, largely a mental condition?

It seems that the body -- or Brain -- gives up making its own pain-killers, Endorphins, when a person turns to drugs; but putting a weak EM signal into the; body, especially the head area, stimulates the brain into producing Endorphins again. Amazingly, the craving for the drug disappears in three to ten days and without withdrawal symptoms!

The Brain Tuner (BT-9) uses a complex waveform that, according to Beck, produces many frequency harmonics simultaneously—"all known beneficial frequencies for the natural stimulation of the brain’s neurotransmitters." …

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