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Rewiring Tinnitus

Author : Glenn Schweitzer
ISBN : 1540483185
Genre : Self-care, Health
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Through the authors inspiring story, and with dozens of actionable techniques and tools, you can finally find the relief you deserve from tinnitus. Learn specific techniques to reduce tinnitus, as well as concrete steps to dramatically improve your quality of life.

Enhancing Performance For Action And Perception

Author : Andrea M. Green
ISBN : 9780444537522
Genre : Medical
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Based on the result of a symposium held at the Universite de Montreal, May 2010.

Rewiring Tinnitus

Author : charlotte berry
ISBN : 1546568069
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When it comes to effectively rewiring Tinnitus, nature is a proven restorative, because we are hard-wired to find nature relaxing and comforting. Images of gardens and flowers very quickly produce a calming effect. Within three to four minutes of coloring nature, blood pressure, respiration, brain activity and the production of stress hormones decrease and our mood improves. Color and nature and creativity relieve stress and anxiety, reduce mental fatigue and refresh the mind. Plants, flowers, trees, color birds, butterflies, fruit and flowers take away some of the anxiety and ensign of the immediate Tinnitus by giving us long, enduring patterns of time and focus. Viewing plants, flowers, water and natural elements combined with color and being absorbed for moments of time in art, reduces anxiety, even when Tinnitus makes us very anxious. Now you can color, relax and create a tranquil space within. Sharpen your pencils - all shades of red, green, yellow and blue. Your own creative tools for well-being to help you rewire Tinnitus in effective ways. The more you focus on your art, the more you can color your Tinnitus away. Healing Garden is a visual therapeutic garden that brings you relaxation, stress relief and harmony, using color and creativity to promote healing. As you color-up beautiful botanicals, your room becomes a virtual garden. Healing Garden provides a great distraction from Tinnitus, engrossing and absorbing in beautiful gardens and flower botanicals, distracts us from the discomfort of Tinnitus symptoms. COLOR TIME: It's about 'Quiet Time'. Have fun, relax and be happy with just you and your own creativity. COLOR AWAY: Release stress and spend time relaxing as you color in the most enchanting flowers, butterflies and gardens imaginable.This adult coloring book is designed to bring stress relief and relaxation through your creative expression. New art-studio designs so you can have fun, chill-out, release stress and relax in a totally artistic way. FOREVER PAGES: Turn your coloring book into a keeper. Each coloring page is printed on a separate sheet so you can create a beautiful book with no bleed through. COLOR-UP THE BEAUTIFUL: Secret gardens, beautiful flowers, birds, butterflies and much more for your coloring pleasure. YOUR ART STUDIO: Healing Garden Coloring pages are designed with artistic adult colorists in mind. Stunning coloring pages created by talented artists' passionate about the art of design. About charlotte berry's Healing Garden Art Therapy. The aim of charlotte berry's book is to create relief from symptoms, stress reduction and improvement in overall sense of wellbeing and hopefulness.It's a well known fact that mood improves after spending time coloring, changing from stressed and depressed and anxious to more calm and balanced. Sized to frame at 8.5" x 11" Single-Sided Pages Printed on white paper A selection of coloring pages for all coloring levels up to the most advanced.

Towards An Understanding Of Tinnitus Heterogeneity

Author : Christopher Cederroth
ISBN : 9782889458967
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Tinnitus is the perception of a sound when no external sound is present. The severity of tinnitus varies but it can be debilitating for many patients. With more than 100 million people with chronic tinnitus worldwide, tinnitus is a disorder of high prevalence. The increased knowledge in the neuroscience of tinnitus has led to the emergence of promising treatment approaches, but no uniformly effective treatment for tinnitus has been identified. The large patient heterogeneity is considered to be the major obstacle for the development of effective treatment strategies against tinnitus. This eBook provides an inter- and multi-disciplinary collection of tinnitus research with the aim to better understand tinnitus heterogeneity and improve therapeutic outcomes.

Tinnitus

Author : Jos J. Eggermont
ISBN : 9781461437284
Genre : Medical
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Tinnitus is a prevalent hearing disease, affecting 15% of the population, particularly hearing impaired, veterans and even young people who grow up with mp3 players and iPods. The mechanisms underlying tinnitus remain controversial. At present there is no cure for tinnitus, and treatment options are limited. Different from previous tinnitus books, including A. R. Moller’s book [in press at Springer], which typically have a strong clinical flavor, the present volume focuses on neural mechanisms of tinnitus and its behavioral consequences. The proposed book starts with a general summary of the field and a short introduction on the selection and content of the remaining chapters. Chapter 2 overviews tinnitus prevalence and etiologies to set the tone for significance and complexity of this neurological disorder spectrum. Chapters 3-8 cover neuroscience of tinnitus in animal models from molecular mechanisms to cortical manifestation. Chapters 9-12 cover human brain responses to tinnitus and it clinical management.

Popular Science

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.

The Rewiring Brain

Author : Arjen van Ooyen
ISBN : 9780128038727
Genre : Science
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The adult brain is not as hard-wired as traditionally thought. By modifying their small- or large-scale morphology, neurons can make new synaptic connections or break existing ones (structural plasticity). Structural changes accompany memory formation and learning, and are induced by neurogenesis, neurodegeneration and brain injury such as stroke. Exploring the role of structural plasticity in the brain can be greatly assisted by mathematical and computational models, as they enable us to bridge the gap between system-level dynamics and lower level cellular and molecular processes. However, most traditional neural network models have fixed neuronal morphologies and a static connectivity pattern, with plasticity merely arising from changes in the strength of existing synapses (synaptic plasticity). In The Rewiring Brain, the editors bring together for the first time contemporary modeling studies that investigate the implications of structural plasticity for brain function and pathology. Starting with an experimental background on structural plasticity in the adult brain, the book covers computational studies on homeostatic structural plasticity, the impact of structural plasticity on cognition and cortical connectivity, the interaction between synaptic and structural plasticity, neurogenesis-related structural plasticity, and structural plasticity in neurological disorders. Structural plasticity adds a whole new dimension to brain plasticity, and The Rewiring Brain shows how computational approaches may help to gain a better understanding of the full adaptive potential of the adult brain. The book is written for both computational and experimental neuroscientists. Reviews the current state of knowledge of structural plasticity in the adult brain Gives a comprehensive overview of computational studies on structural plasticity Provides insights into the potential driving forces of structural plasticity and the functional implications of structural plasticity for learning and memory Serves as inspiration for developing novel treatment strategies for stimulating functional repair after brain damage

Textbook Of Tinnitus

Author : Aage R. Møller
ISBN : 9781607611455
Genre : Medical
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Groundbreaking, comprehensive, and developed by a panel of leading international experts in the field, Textbook of Tinnitus provides a multidisciplinary overview of the diagnosis and management of this widespread and troubling disorder. Importantly, the book emphasizes that tinnitus is not one disease but a group of rather diverse disorders with different pathophysiology, different causes and, consequently, different treatments. This comprehensive title is written for clinicians and researchers by clinicians and researchers who are active in the field. It is logically organized in six sections and will be of interest to otolaryngologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, neurosurgeons, primary care clinicians, audiologists and psychologists. Textbook of Tinnitus describes both the theoretical background of the different forms of tinnitus and it provides detailed knowledge of the state-of-the-art of its treatment. Because of its organization and its extensive subject index, Textbook of Tinnitus can also serve as a reference for clinicians who do not treat tinnitus patients routinely.

How To Reduce Tinnitus

Author : R Vishal
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What would you do if you are in a career that you love, which totally depends on your hearing and tinnitus completely wrecks it? Well, this is the exact story of the author of this book. In this book the author shares his story, struggles and most importantly, the exact methods he used to reduce his tinnitus to a point where it is no longer a bother. Tinnitus - the never ending clicking, buzzing, pulse or some other sound in your ear. Several visits to the doctor, that don't help you in the slightest. The noise haunts you every night when you try to sleep. Chances are that you can't even function through the day. You watch your goals, dreams and aspirations slip away every single day because your condition doesn't allow you to work. Heck, it doesn't even allow you to lead a normal life. You're not alone. About 10-15% adults around the globe have this condition. This book will help you understand what methods the author used, that you can too, in order to reduce the noise in your ear.

The Man Who Tasted Words

Author : Guy Leschziner
ISBN : 9781471193965
Genre : Self-Help
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‘From the opening paragraph, I was spellbound, entranced. Through real stories about what happens when our fragile perception of the world around us and within us is severed, Guy Leschziner connects us back to our senses.’ Professor Alice Roberts Where are you now? Look around you; what can you see? Close your eyes and think of a loved one – do you see their face? Stretch out a hand; what can you feel with your fingertips, your palm, the soft underside of your wrist? What can you hear – nearby and far away? The information you receive from your senses makes up your world. But that world does not exist. What we perceive to be the absolute truth of the world around us is a complex reconstruction, a virtual reality created by the complex machinations of our minds in tandem with the wiring of our nervous systems. But what happens if that wiring goes awry? What happens if connections falter, or new and unexpected connections are made? Tiny shifts in the microbiology of our nervous systems can cause the world around us to shift and mutate, to become alien and unfamiliar. In The Man Who Tasted Words, consultant neurologist Guy Leschziner takes us on a journey through the senses, exploring how each one shapes our experience of the world. And investigating what happens when they deviate from the norm. Along the way we meet a number of extraordinary individuals and step through the looking glass and into their worlds. Worlds where hot and cold are reversed, where a person with no sight sees fantastical visions, or where words have a taste and sounds create sensations. But while fascinating, their experiences are more than simply curiosities. They teach us about our own perception of the world, forcing us to question the idea of ‘normal’ senses, and whether such a thing even exists. Does blue look the same to you and me? Does grass smell the same? Or sugar taste as sweet? Do we even have the same understanding of what ‘sweet’ is? The Man Who Tasted Words unpacks the science behind your senses and challenges you to try and see the world through another’s eyes – and ears, and nose and mouth. It will illuminate, it will surprise, and it will leave your world just a little bit changed. ? ‘A truly astonishing book – from the story of the man who tasted words to that of Paul who could pull out his own teeth and break his legs yet feel no pain. These are beautifully and engagingly written stories of how our senses tell us about the reality of the world – or, sometimes, don’t.’ Gavin Esler, author of How Britain Ends ‘Stories of people who experience the world differently show us what it means to be human. This is a deeply moving and powerful book, full of provocative ideas about human perception and the way we construct reality.’ Daniel M. Davis, author of The Secret Body and The Beautiful Cure ‘This is a book vibrant with personality and full of wonder. Professor Leschziner takes us through an exploration of our senses, making us question the nature of our reality and how we interpret the world around us. It is a profound, entertaining and quite exceptional book.’ Dr Alastair Santhouse, Psychiatrist and Author of Head First ‘In vivid stories of patient maladies that affect our very human sensations of sight, sound, smell, touch and pain, Leschziner has deeply explored the sensory experiences that bombard every moment of our lives but of which we are barely aware. What a terrific melding of brain science with thoughtful ideas on our window to the outside world.’ Allan Ropper, author of Reaching Down the Rabbit Hole and How the Brain Lost its Mind. ‘A fascinating, important and disturbing book. Words will never taste the same again!’ John Humphrys

Scott Brown S Otorhinolaryngology And Head And Neck Surgery Eighth Edition

Author : John C Watkinson
ISBN : 9780429812422
Genre : Medical
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Scott-Brown's Otorhinolaryngology is used the world over as the definitive reference for trainee ENT surgeons, audiologists and trainee head and neck surgeons, as well as specialists who need detailed, reliable and authoritative information on all aspects of ear, nose and throat disease and treatment. Key points: accompanied by a fully searchable electronic edition, making it more accessible, containing the same content as the print edition, with operative videos and references linked to Medline highly illustrated in colour throughout to aid understanding updated by an international team of editors and contributors evidence-based guidelines will help you in your clinical practice features include key points, best clinical practice guidelines, details of the search strategies used to prepare the material and suggestions for future research new Endocrine section. Scott-Brown will provide trainee surgeons (ENT and Head and Neck), audiologists and ENT physicians with quick access to relevant information about clinical conditions, and provide them with a starting point for further research. The accompanying electronic edition, enhanced with operative videos, will enable both easy reference and accessibility on the move.

The Developing Brain

Author : Atina A.
ISBN : 9781664188075
Genre : Medical
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This highly influential updated explanation in a studied and expanded information, integrating major advances in the field of development—gives anyone (parents, educators, students) a current understanding of what brain development is, how the mind grows, and how to promote healthy development and resilience. Atina A. synthesizes cutting-edge information from numerous disciplines, revealing the ways in which neural processes are fundamentally formed by interpersonal relationships combined with the continuous informational process throughout life. The role of “how to communicate” in any relationship builds deeper connections to society, to other people, and to one’s own health and internal experience, which remains a powerful resource of development. This fully updated Developing Brain book covers the following: From developmental psychology and child development to neuroscience From interpersonal neurobiology to experience and the development of identity From behavioral and mental concerns to cognitive development to theory of mind From the definition of brain, mind, to the science of consciousness, and more And the stories of our lives Atina A. shows how these explanations can illuminate fundamental debates in philosophy of mind concerning the mind’s architecture, brain development, the explanatory power of education-information representation, and the social character of knowledge.

Textbook Of Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nursing

Author : Debra J Hain, PhD, APRN, AGPCNP-BC, FAAN, FAANP, FNKF
ISBN : 9780826184146
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"I was thrilled to see content that focuses on quality improvement, patient safety, interprofessional collaboration, care coordination, and other content that supports the role of the AGNP as a clinical leader and change agent. The authors give these topics the attention that they deserve, with clear, insightful guidance and importantly, the evidence base. The chapters that address roles (including during disasters!), settings of care, billing, and medication use address salient issues that will help the fledgling AGNP to hit the ground running and the seasoned AGNP to keep current. –Marie Boltz, PhD, GNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN Elouise Ross Eberly and Robert Eberly Endowed Professor Toss and Carol Nese College of Nursing, Penn State University From the Foreword Written for Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioners, faculty, and students, this primary text encompasses the full scope of AGNP primary care practice across multiple healthcare settings including telehealth. The text emphasizes the best available evidence to promote person-centered care, quality improvement of care, interprofessional collaboration, and reducing healthcare costs. The text delivers timely information about current healthcare initiatives in the U.S., including care coordination across the healthcare continuum, interprofessional collaboration, and accountable care organizations. Disease-focused chapters contain general and specific population-based assessment and interprofessional care strategies to both common and complex health issues. They offer consistent content on emergencies, relevant social determinants of health, and ethical dilemmas. The text also prepares students for the administrative aspects of practice with information on the physical exam, medications, billing, coding, and documentation. Concise, accessible information is supported by numerous illustrations, learning objectives, quality and safety alerts, clinical pearls, and case studies demonstrating best practice. A robust ancillary package includes an Instructor's Manual with case studies and teaching guides, a Test Bank reflective of clinical situations and patient conditions, PowerPoints covering key concepts, and an Image Bank of skin conditions and other figures. Key Features: Covers several key courses in the curriculum for ease of teaching/learning Embraces a broad population focus addressing specific care needs of adolescents through older adults Facilitates safe care coordination and reinforces best practices across various health care settings including telehealth Fosters understanding, diagnosis, and management of patients with multimorbid conditions Incorporates evidence-based practice information and guidelines throughout, to ensure optimal, informed patient care A robust ancillary package includes an Instructor's Manual, a Test Bank, PowerPoints, and an Image Bank.

Smart Mobile Data Collection In The Context Of Neuroscience

Author : Rüdiger Christoph Pryss
ISBN : 9782889710690
Genre : Science
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Popular Science

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I Cured My Tinnitus

Author : Susan Velda
ISBN : 1691364290
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I suffered from tinnitus for almost four years. Now I hear silence again. With proper knowledge, you can cure your tinnitus too. Book describes in detail my journey and all steps and tips, which helped me to heal my tinnitus and which will help you also. In the book, you will find how to work with sound therapy and how to do it right. You will learn how to measure your tinnitus every day and how to see what makes your tinnitus worse and what makes it better. How to solve all the necessary changes in your life (diet, body, exercise, sleep, relationships) to cure your tinnitus and how to persist. It will help you to get better sleep again. You will also find there all dietary, exercise, and psychological tips. Book tells how to restore mental balance and well-being. Main 3 keys which helped to cure my tinnitus were (all were very important):1) TRT therapy based on Pawel J. Jastreboff2) Tinnitus measurement and tinnitus diary3) Somatic Experiencing based on Peter A. LevinePeter Studenik, M.S. Author

Hearing

Author : Aage R. Møller
ISBN : 9781597566292
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Hearing: Anatomy, Physiology and Disorders of the Auditory System, Third Edition, provides detailed information about the anatomy and physiology of the entire auditory system and describes important aspects of disorders of the middle ear, the cochlea, and the nervous system in a comprehensive manner. It has become apparent that the function of the ear affects the function of the auditory nervous system, and that pathologies of the peripheral parts of the auditory system can affect the function of the nervous system, and vice versa. The classical separation of the auditory system in peripheral and central parts is therefore no longer valid. This book integrates descriptions of disorders of the ear and the nervous system and provides a comprehensive coverage of anatomy and physiology of the entire auditory system; it also introduces the role of neural plasticity in creating symptoms of diseases of hearing such as tinnitus, hyperacusis and phonophobia. A separate chapter discuses cochlear and auditory brainstem implants.

Dho Health Science Updated

Author : Louise M Simmers
ISBN : 9781305856448
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The highly respected DIVERSIFIED HEALTH OCCUPATIONS is now DHO HEALTH SCIENCE UPDATED. The Eighth Edition of this trusted text continues to provide an all-in-one resource for introductory coursework in the health science curriculum. Organized in two parts, the text opens with foundational information required to enter a broad range of health professions, including infection control, first aid, legal requirements, and professionalism. The second part covers fundamental entry-level skills for a range of specific careers, including medical assisting, dental assisting, and more. Carefully revised, the updated Eighth Edition includes information on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, new nutritional guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, updates that correlate with the Enhanced National Healthcare Foundation Standards, and more to prepare you for success in today’s high-demand health science careers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Traumatic Scar Tissue Management

Author : Nancy Keeney
ISBN : 9781912085293
Genre : Medical
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The management of scar tissue is a huge and growing problem for massage and other manual therapists. Research has showed that appropriate massage treatment can have significant results both physically and psychologically. This practical manual tells the therapist what to do (and what not to do) in the management of patients with traumatic scars.

Clinical Applications Of Magnetoencephalography

Author : Shozo Tobimatsu
ISBN : 9784431557296
Genre : Medical
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This book presents an overview of the recent advances in clinical applications of magnetoencephalography (MEG). With the expansion of MEG to neuroscience, its clinical applications have also been actively pursued. Featuring contributions from prominent experts in the fields, the book focuses on the current status of the application of MEG, not only to each nervous system but also to various diseases such as epilepsy, neurological disorders, and psychiatric disorders, while also examining the feasibility of using MEG for these diseases. Clinical Applications of Magnetoencephalography offers an indispensable resource for neurologists, neurosurgeons, pediatricians, and psychiatrists, as well as researchers in the field of neuroscience.

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