Holistic Wellness In The NewAge – A Comprehensive Guide To NewAge Healing Practices: Volume 01.
Author(s): Swatika Jain (Editor).
Edition: First (1st).
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Type(s): Paperback and Kindle.
A Comprehensive Guide To NewAge Healing Practices Tools, Techniques & Real Life Stories By Over 45 Accomplished Master Facilitators In the book “Holistic Wellness In The NewAge” we showcase various therapies in the Mind, Body & Soul domain…
This book covers the various topics of Holistic approach to wellness and the subject of energy medicine.
The publishers invited articles from accomplished healers who have been practicing various NewAge Therapies to contribute with articles supported by testimonials and personal experiences in whatever therapy they excel in..
The History of Emotions (Historical Approaches).
Author(s): Rob Boddice.
Edition: First (1st).
Publisher: Manchester Unviersity Press.
Type(s): Hardcover, Paperback, and Kindle.
This book introduces students and professional historians to the main areas of concern in the history of emotions.
It discusses how the emotions intersect with other lines of historical research relating to power, practice, society and morality.
Addressing criticism from within and without the discipline of history, the book offers a rigorous defence of this new approach, demonstrating its potential centrality to historiographical practice, as well as the importance of this kind of historical work for our general understanding of the human brain and the meaning of human experience.
Research Paper Title
Emotional disorder syndrome after cosmetic facial injection.
There are a number of patients who develop severe anxiety or depression after receiving facial cosmetic injections.
The researchers presented a 32-year-old woman who developed frequent panic, tension headache, tachycardia, shortness of breath, and sleep disorder for a year after the injection of hyaluronic acid on her forehead and glabella.
Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed multiple flaky and slightly longer T1, slightly longer T2 signals on the anterior frontal white matter. However, the patient’s brain MRI scan 5 months before the injection showed no such performance.
The patient was asked to consult the psychiatrist and was diagnosed with anxiety disorder.
The researchers name such phenomenon by Emotional disorder syndrome after cosmetic facial injection and assume that there are three major reasons for the emergence of this syndrome:
- One reason may be that emotional disorder is caused by the mental state of the patient.
- The second reason to explain the emotional disorder might be the frontal lobe syndrome caused by the frontal embolism during the filler injection.
- Another reason may be leukoaraiosis, a brain white matter change which may cause depression and anxiety.
Wang, C., Sun, T., Zhu, L., Zhang, Y. & Wang, X. (2020) Emotional disorder syndrome after cosmetic facial injection.
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