Healing through music, not drugs: Brain-wave music therapy miraculously reduces night terrors, bad behavior in children

(NaturalNews) A British mother says she has basically cured her daughter's night terrors by playing music specially crafted to produce calm brain waves.Laura Mulligan of Manchester, England, said that her daughter's screaming night terrors woke their whole family every night for...
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Making the Resolution to Get Sober The new year is a time to reflect and plan for the brand new year ahead. Think about this: Have your relationship with friends and family been stressed over the holiday season? Have family and other loved ones distanced themselves due to your addictions? Or maybe, you feel this way toward a family member or friend of yours? It might be time to make the resolution to get sober. Approximately 40 percent of Americans make resolutions, viewing the new year as a fresh start. It can be an excellent opportunity to make a step in the right direction and conquer your dependency issues. Taking that...
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Source: SafetyLit - Category: International Medicine & Public Health Tags: Distraction, Fatigue, Chronobiology, Vigilance, Workload Source Type: news
We examined associations between nightmares, maternal reports of family accommodation, and sleep-related problems in clinically anxious children. We also examined a hypothesized mediational pathway linking nightmares to other sleep-related problems, through increased family accommodation using structural equation modeling. Participants were 277 clinically anxious children (ages 6-17), and their mothers. Nightmares were reported in over three quarters of the children and were linked to higher mother-rated accommodation and to sleep-related problems. Fit indices for the structural equation model were excellent, and data supp...
Source: Journal of Anxiety Disorders - Category: Psychiatry Source Type: research
In August 2014, ISIS attacked the Iraqi town of Sinjar, targeting the Yezidi community. They executed men and abducted thousands women and children.  Mona and Samir, a mother and son. were amongst them.  Soon, 8 year-old Samir was separated from his mother.   Mona was sold as a slave in Mosul, and subjected to two years of physical, sexual, and emotional violence before her rela­tives found her and paid for her freedom. To protect her, they took her to Chamesku camp in northern Iraq. When we first met her, Mona was distressed and traumatised from her experiences and suffered horrible ...
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The governance of sleep sex (or sexsomnia) in the criminal law is a nightmare. Press reports of sleeping, often drunk, men acquitted as automatons of raping adults and children suggest cases are rising. The use of automatism, rather than insanity, in these...
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Conditions:   Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic;   Combat Disorders;   Ptsd;   Nightmare;   Nightmares, REM-Sleep Type;   Nightmare Disorder With Associated Non-Sleep Disorder Intervention:   Device: NightWare Therapeutic System Sponsors:   NightWare;   Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Medical Center Not yet recruiting
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Review the options for nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment of adult nightmare disorder as presented in a 2018 position paper by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.U.S. Pharmacist
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Abstract The governance of sleep sex (or sexsomnia) in the criminal law is a nightmare. Press reports of sleeping, often drunk, men acquitted as automatons of raping adults and children suggest cases are rising. The use of automatism, rather than insanity, in these cases is strong evidence of the immemorial struggle faced by legal psychiatry in appropriately construing unconscious defendants. This paper responds by drawing on well-established psychoanalytic conceptions of unconsciousness to present sexsomnia as dispositional to the defendant. Taking the Freudian concepts of eros and death instinct, it asserts that...
Source: International Journal of Law and Psychiatry - Category: Medical Law Authors: Tags: Int J Law Psychiatry Source Type: research
The recent Perspective article on recognizing an association between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by Friedlander et  al1 was a new and interesting view on the link between 2, not traditionally associated, conditions. They indicated the still unknown nature of this association in a selected group of patients, especially military veterans. According to the current literature, possible connections between OSA and P TSD can be attributed to the fragmented sleep pattern with arousals coinciding with decreased airway muscle tone typical of OSA that also is common for the disturbing...
Source: Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Tags: Letter to the editor Source Type: research
To the Editor: - The recent article in Perspectives section of the journal on recognizing an association between obstructive sleep apnea and post-traumatic stress disorder by Friedlander et al (1) was a new and interesting view on the link between two, not traditionally associated, conditions. Authors indicated the still unknown nature of this association among a selected group of patients, especially military veterans. According to presented literature, possible connections between OSA and PTSD can be attributed to either typical for OSA fragmented sleep pattern with arousals coinciding with decreased airway muscle tone t...
Source: Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Category: ENT & OMF Authors: Tags: Letters to the Editor Source Type: research
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