Movement and Rehabilitation Disorders (EMDR THERAPY) originally worked with clients with a history of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but in recent years have contributed to treatment. Other problems, such as malnutrition, substance abuse diseases, depression, panic disorder, seizures and many other diseases related to them. EMDR is an unfamiliar idea for many people who have not received this type of treatment, and it is becoming more and more common in many treatment centers. EMDR is a special treatment method that requires special certification and permission, so not all therapists use this treatment method. Most well-known food allergy centers have at least one EMDR expert who can work with customers to resolve shocking causes related to eating disorders.
Recovering Eye Movement (EMDR) is an eight-stage treatment provided by Discovery NeuroCenters, which helps to speed up the processing of traumatic memories emdr therapy. Research and experience have shown that EMDR can usually speed up the recovery in trauma therapy within a fraction of the time required for voice therapy in trauma therapy. Since the food problem stems from a complex and fundamental problem, EMDR provides customers with new hope for rapid and lasting recovery.
Consistent with our commitment to evidence-based treatment, EMDR has reached a paradigm level of success. The eight-dimensional structure provides security and restraint for customers to transfer to the insecure or difficult memory of the past. When the client is ready, a person can show stimuli to both sides through eye movement, touch or hearing, that is, BLS. The back and forth movement of BLS is similar to rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which allows local organisms to go out and reorganize the brain. By using therapies that stimulate specific brain processes such as EMDR, NeuroCenter therapists can open up previously closed or closed treatment avenues.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Most people want to know what actually happens in a regular EMDR session. Treatment is divided into eight stages, the first stage focuses on obtaining a complete medical history of the client, and then the preparation stage. In the “immediate eye movement” section, the client focuses on memory confusion and clarifies his own confidence in this negative memory (for example, during rape, a person may think “I am dirty”). Then, the person will form a positive belief that he wants to have (“I am a precious and kind person who controls my life”). Recognize all physical and emotional emotions related to memory. Then, the person goes beyond the memory and concentrates on external stimuli, resulting in eye movements on both sides (side by side). This is usually done by watching the therapist move the fingers. After each two-dimensional exercise, the person will be asked how they feel. This process will continue until it no longer interferes with the memory.
This person works by stimulating both sides of the brain. Then, through the efforts of both sides, the sincerity of choice was established to replace evil. Each session usually lasts about an hour. EMDR THERAPY is considered effective because the “two-year stimulus” passes through the brain area blocked by shock and prevents the left side of the brain from sinking into the right side of the brain.
In the process, customers tend to “work” on memory in a way that leads to peaceful solutions. This usually causes people to have more and more awareness of past traumatic events, and long-term negative thoughts about the soul emerge from the initial traumatic events. For example, a victim of violence may find that he is not responsible for what happened. Now he is safe and the incident is really over. Therefore, he can regain the sense of security in the world.
TRAUMA – EATING DISORDERS
According to research, people who have suffered certain injuries are more likely to develop eating disorders than people who have no history of trauma. 63% of patients with anorexia nervosa and 57% of patients with bulimia nervosa have a history of trauma. When trauma occurs, the brain cannot function properly. The shock was buried in the unconscious mind, and it was now possible to wake up again. The behavior of eating disorders can free their thoughts and feelings from difficulties, thus avoiding shocking events in the past.
RISKS & COMPLICATIONS
Health problems related to anorexia can be so serious that they will become irreversible if left untreated. Malnutrition affects any system in the body. Malnutrition problems include.
WHAT IS ANOREXIA NERVOSA?
Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by unhealthy body image and impairment, leading to a refusal to maintain a minimum weight. People will take extreme measures not only to go hungry, but also to get rid of the calories they eat through self-cleaning methods, such as frequent vomiting, stomach cramps, colds and restricted exercise.
Malnutrition is the main cause of all mental health problems. In the United States, as many as 40% of women have such an overall life expectancy, compared with only 0.1-0.3% of men. Anorexia nervosa has the highest mortality rate of all mental health problems, so it requires professional treatment before the problem occurs.