Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Adverse Childhood Experiences "Inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive behaviour may mirror the effects of adversity, and many doctors don't know how—or don't have time—to tell the difference." [1] ​​People with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviours (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active. Although ADHD can't be cured, it can be successfully managed, and some symptoms may improve as the child ages [2].  The CDC website highlights two treatments for ADHD (a) behaviour therapy, including training for parents, and (b) medications. The prevalence of ADHD

Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Adverse Childhood Experiences2021-10-13T17:33:00+05:30

Did you know ? The role of emotions in Obesity

The role of emotions in obesity. Obesity in India has reached epidemic proportions in the 21st century, with morbid obesity affecting a significant portion of the country's population. That overweight and obesity prevalence will increase to 30% and 9.5% among men and 28 and 14% among women by 2040[1]. Despite increased health awareness of more physical activities, obesity continues to grow! This trend needs investigation. In our coaching and therapeutic practice at Wellness Space, we get many clients who say that despite dieting, gymming, yoga and other workouts, they still don’t seem to lose weight. Others admit that they cannot

Did you know ? The role of emotions in Obesity2021-07-13T08:54:07+05:30

SEE Protocol workshop July

What is SEE Protocol? This protocol is taught during Module 1 of our Integrated Certification on Regression Therapy & Life Coaching.  This active meditation or self-hypnosis process was designed to invoke several important physiological and emotional states which are likely to improve HRV and therefore enhance emotional regulation [i]. The coherence through humming (simple monotonous nasal sound at a comfortable breathing length) and slow coherent breathing increase the high amplitude oscillations that have a causal impact on the emotional regulation.  Evidence also demonstrated that self-hypnosis or auto-suggestions have a positive impact on emotional regulation even for individuals with low suggestibility

SEE Protocol workshop July2021-07-09T14:00:28+05:30

Perspective on memory and Regression Therapy

The video above provides a perspective on Memory and Regression Therapy. Memory is a very integral part of our journey to understand us as human beings. It is the memories that shape our responses, and our behaviors to people and situations. And it is these memories that determine how we will act in the future in different scenarios. Memory is essentially a foundation of everything that we believe about ourselves and about other people, and it also lays the foundation of a lot of our unconscious behaviors, belief systems, as well as fears, phobias, and other quakes. Also

Perspective on memory and Regression Therapy2021-07-09T11:07:33+05:30

Migraine: the risk factors and solutions through mind-body interventions (Regression Therapy & Life Coaching)

The research has shown that individuals suffering from migraine find it very important to take control of factors that can even make slight improvement in their condition.  Hence, the article answers several frequently asked questions as and provide actionable insights on migraine and Regression Therapy mind-body interventions. Migraine - Did you know? Several important insights about migraine are captured below[1]: Migraine is the most common headache disorder with one-year prevalence of about 10% overall, however, women are more likely to experience it (14.5 to 18%) compared to men (4.5 to 6%). Among women in 30s, the prevalence could be as

Migraine: the risk factors and solutions through mind-body interventions (Regression Therapy & Life Coaching)2021-05-26T12:23:15+05:30
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