Solve the mystery of hypnosis
Hypnosis can be used to activate and deactivate specific brain regions. What is hypnosis?
Scientists have studied this phenomenon for 150 years, but have not been able to figure out its true meaning.
Some theorists believe that hypnosis has opened the door to the subconscious mind; some believe that maggots are non-sleepy and awake psychological marginal states, and some simply call it pseudoscience.
But one thing is intolerable: when a person is in a hypnotic state, it is the easiest to accept the hint, which allows him to make some and even the most violent behaviors, because at that time, the brain and even the body began to feel involuntary.
Whether hypnosis is true or not, some experts who study the state of perceptual margins have solved some of the unknown mysteries through similar experiments.
Can hypnotism predict the future of Igor, vice-president of the Russian Association for Creative and Medical Hypnosis Research?
Raziglayev believes that exerting influence on perception can promote a person’s physiological process, and he has been proven more than once.
He had a female patient who had a very bad menopause. Due to the distorted menstrual period, his head and heart were really unbearable.
After undergoing a hypnotic treatment, his menopause “prolonged” for 7 years, no longer having headaches and heartaches, and menstrual periods were restored. He became extraordinarily mental, and his body was not affected.
Razigraev also firmly believes that a person can replace the future through hypnosis.
He once told a person through hypnosis that he was much older than it really was.
Once, a female student from the Conservatory came to him to see a doctor, saying that she was a little timid to play the piano in front of an audience.
When he hypnotized the girl, he told her that she was not 22, but 32, and that she was a talented pianist.
This greatly enhanced the confidence of female college students and made her performance at the concert a great success.
Not long ago, the experts also conducted an interesting test. During the test, the patient’s age was misrepresented-200 years, 300 years, 1,000 years, 1 million years, and at the same time recorded the reflection of the subject.The EEG of the brain’s bioelectric activity shows that its waveform always changes, as if the patient can clearly see the picture of the distant future.
But how can this be explained?
And when the patient woke up, he couldn’t remember anything.
Scientists believe that people will secrete more narcotics when undergoing hypnosis-Professors Jinandez and Rosenthal of the Harvard Medical Center at Endorphin also discovered another incredible property of hypnosis: the patient is in a trance state,Fractures and surgical wounds can rebuild and heal.
The first study involved 12 patients with abnormal bone fractures.
Jinandez hypnotized 6 of them once a week for 3 months, and the other 6 received only general treatment. Another expert used X-ray spectroscopy to observe the patient’s bone healing. They did not know anythingPeople received hypnosis, and no one did.
The results showed that those who had been hypnotized walked two weeks earlier than those who received general treatment.
Some biochemists believe that this is the result of the endorphin effect, and Razigraev agrees.
Endorphin is an anesthetic that is synthesized in the human body. It is said that patients secrete more during hypnosis, thereby eliminating the pain during healing.
Because it can bring spiritual pleasure, it has a painless feeling.
But how do you explain another test that the United States recently conducted?
The success rate of artificial insemination for women working under anesthesia there is twice as high, which seems to be just an issue with endorphin.
But currently all hypnosis is used to treat mental illness, heart disease and infectious diseases have not seen any effect.
Scientists believe that human blood circulation will be improved under the effect of hypnosis, but just to explore the mystery of hypnosis, scientists have also been engaged in the use of hypnosis to treat diseases.
The University of Basel in Switzerland issued a statement saying they found a new method for treating pollen allergy and it was very effective. Their method was hypnosis.
The study was conducted over a two-year period and 66 patients with hay fever were voluntarily tested.
The first year divided them into two groups. The first group actually participated in the trials in the first year and continued to take those traditional anti-allergic drugs as usual.
The second group, under the guidance of an experienced neurotherapist, performed self-hypnosis that gradually eliminated the main symptoms of allergies, while continuing to take ordinary anti-allergic drugs, but at a lower dose.
The results in the first year were very obvious. In the second group of patients, the symptoms were less pronounced during the flowering season, and the runny nose was no longer frequent.
By the second year, the first group also received hypnosis, and by the end of the “allergy season” they acknowledged that the symptoms had eased.
Scientists believe that these people’s symptoms are relieved because the blood circulation of the human body is improved and improved under hypnosis, which solves or partially solves the problems of love in the respiratory system.
However, unless the test subjects all agreed that similar methods are effective in the treatment of allergies, there is still no factual basis. This is only their self-perception, not medical identification.
And while doing hypnosis, still have to take small doses of anti-allergic drugs.
Even some researchers who participated in the trial acknowledged that they had only come up with a method that could be partially helpful for the treatment of pollen allergies, and did not think they had discovered a new treatment. New research finds scientific basis for hypnotic effects Scientists have begun to shift their research to rationality after a series of exploratory experiments.
Whether or not hypnosis is related to brain response has become their focus.
One time when scientists did experiments, someone needed to support the bricks with both hands, the longer the better.
People can only hold for 5 minutes under normal conditions, and even women can hold for half an hour under hypnosis.
The tomogram X indicates that if two hemispheres of the brain are working at the same time under normal circumstances, only the right hemisphere responsible for emotion and artistic creativity is active in a trance state, which seems to “suppress” responsible for logic and intelligenceAny attempt at the left hemisphere of the world makes people know they are holding on silly.
And another new study proves that hypnosis can effectively prevent cognitive conflicts by changing the activity of specific areas of the brain.
The researchers used a classic method to make assumptions about the color of ink on a book.
Faced with the word “green” written in blue ink, it often means hesitation and mistakes when answering “blue”.
If the same tilt is seen after hypnosis, the word will be regarded as a meaningless symbol.
Cognitive neuroscientist Ritz and colleagues at Columbia University in New York City are focusing on the brain activity behind this result.
Researchers found in the initial behavioral studies that, in the face of conflicts in word meaning and color, those who had undergone high hypnosis were more accurate in judging than shifts that implied less influence.
Related brain imaging has also shown that affected areas of the brain include areas responsible for early visual processing and the anterior cingulate cortex-this area is known to be involved in human attention, emotional control, and self-regulation.
Researchers report their findings in the online version of the Journal of the National Academy of Sciences.
“What’s surprising about this explanation is that reading is considered an unconscious process,” Ritz said.
The fact is, however, that a special hint subverts this process by altering the activity of the brain, which he believes means that hypnosis can activate and shut down specific brain regions.
Cognitive psychologist McLyond of the University of Waterloo in Canada said that “a lot of people think that the hypnosis suggestion is questionable”, but “replaces hypnosis in the cognitive world, and thus studies the practical significance of hypnosis”.