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Secrets Of The Ocean Breath

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Nonpharmacological Treatments Focus on Unmet Needs

If an individual is expressing a less tangible need than hunger or thirst, determining the cause of the behavior problem becomes even more challenging. Fortunately, some interventions do exist to address some of the free-floating needs experienced by persons with dementia. The rise in popularity in the general population of holistic approaches to wellness and well-being can be adapted for demented elderly populations. One group intervention that combined breathing exercises, music, aromatherapy, the use of textured materials, and physical movement achieved significant reductions in agitation in nursing home residents (Lantz, Buchalter, & McBee, 1997). This intervention led to increased feelings of efficacy among staff members. Many individuals with dementia may suffer from a lack of physical contact, which may relate to their dysfunctional behavior. The use of brief (five-minute) gentle hand massage, combined with verbalization, has been found to decrease agitation, anxiety, and...

Identification and Management of Shock

Severe falciparum malaria is frequently complicated by features of shock. In a retrospective review of cases presenting to Kilifi District hospital factors associated with a fatal outcome included deep breathing or acidosis (base deficit below -8), hypotension (systolic blood pressure 80 imols l), low oxygen saturation (

General Treatment Considerations

The literature on treatment of sexual aversion emphasizes the usefulness of cognitive behavioral treatment approaches (9,12) and there is support for the practical and relatively brief use of systematic desensitization (13). In this case, treatment consisted first of the creation of a hierarchy of aversion- and anxiety-provoking images, ranging from masturbation, which evoked the least anxiety, to intercourse, which evoked the greatest anxiety. In addition, Joyce was taught diaphragmatic deep breathing and an autogenic relaxation technique. The least anxiety-provoking stimuli were addressed first, with Joyce imagining each situation and reporting being able to remain relaxed and anxiety-free before each stimulus was subsequently approached in vivo. Importantly, sexual situations were designed to remain fully in her control Bill had agreed to allow Joyce to determine the rate at which each of the items on the hierarchy was engaged. Fifteen sessions conducted over a period of 5 months...

Traditional Medicine

Indian cooking is based on the therapeutic principles of ancient Ayurvedic medicine. This Ayurvedic philosophy of eating dictates the blending and preparation of spices, as well as how foods are balanced, to achieve well-being. Ayurveda combines two words, ayu, which means life, and veda, which means knowledge. This system of healing has been practiced in India for more than 5000 years. It is based on prevention and well-being and looks at the causes of disease and the ways they occur. It is based on the life force or prana, that flows easily into every cell of the body and which is accomplished by eating the right foods, by deep breathing techniques, and by following a healthy lifestyle. In an Ayurvedic meal, the ingredients are chosen not only for taste but also to assure physical and emotional harmony and well-being. Ayurveda emphasizes prevention of disease through the pursuit of mental, physical, and emotional harmony.

Autonomic Testing

An exhaustive review of the various tests of autonomic function in PD is beyond the scope of this chapter. Briefly, the tests that have been commonly employed in the study of PD autonomic failure include heart rate variation (with deep breathing and valsalva), tilt table testing for orthostatism, sudomotor axon reflex testing, and thermoregulatory sweat testing. Abnormalities may be seen in one or more of these depending on the presenting symptoms. Several studies have suggested that as a group, autonomic failure is more severe in MSA than in PD, but these studies often use the severity of autonomic failure to help assign the diagnosis the more severe the autonomic symptoms, the more likely the patient will be classified as having MSA. Riley and Chelimsky (13) have noted the circular nature of this reasoning and performed a comparative study of autonomic tests in patients with PD and MSA, in whom autonomic failure was not used for diagnosis. They found a high frequency of abnormal...

Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurvedic medicine is the traditional medical system in India, which has existed for over 5000 years. The term Ayurveda literally means science of life or life knowledge. PD is documented to have existed in ancient India and was called Kampavata. Similar to the TCM system, physical illness is thought to result from emotional imbalance, unhealthy lifestyle, and toxins that ultimately upset the balance of the three doshas or regulatory systems of a person (5). These three doshas are vata, which symbolizes physical movement, pitta, which represents heat, metabolism, and energy, and kapha, which stands for physical structure and balance. Although all three systems may be affected in PD, therapy focuses heavily upon treatment of the vata disturbance through oleation with massage along with enemas and ingestion of oils. Proper harmony of the three doshas is achieved by specific diet and nutrition, a number of herbs, meditation, breathing exercises, massage, and yoga poses. Stress reduction...

Diabetes Mellitus

Evidence of autonomic neuropathy impotence, hypertension, neurogenic bladder, lack of sweating, orthostatic hypotension, resting tachycardia, absent variation in heart rate with deep breathing, painless myocardial ischemia, gastroparesis (vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal distention), asymptomatic hypoglycemia, prolonged QT interval, and sudden death syndrome.