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She is cold, tired, hungry, and afraid of the lights and noise. She cries. Her mother promptly picks her up and comforts her. Mary's mom looks lovingly in her eyes, gently touches and strokes her, smiles and coos to her, rocks her, and feeds her. A host of chemicals in Mary's brain release and flood her with a sense of pleasure, relaxation, and well-being. Over the next twelve months this pattern is repeated hundreds and hundreds of times. Gradually Mary becomes convinced, Wow, I cry and my mommy comes and helps me. . . . I can depend on my mommy to help and protect me. Mary has learned to trust her mother.
Studies have also found smaller size of the corpus callosum in children with abuse and PTSD relative to controls (De Bellis et al., 1999b), as well as larger volume of the superior temporal gyrus (De Bellis et al., 2002). In a study of abused children in whom diagnosis was not specified, there was an increase in T2 relaxation time in the cerebellar vermis, suggesting dysfunction in this brain region (Anderson, Teicher, Polcari, & Renshaw, 2002).
clench your fist as tight as you can. Look at the tension in your wrist, feel the restricted blood supply to your fingers and focus on the ache in your arm and hand Now, still with it clenched, turn away and take a deep breath in and a long, slow breath out, 'removing' yourself from the discomfort. Tension causes pain, and pain causes fear. During labour, work on relaxation, which will help lessen the pain. PP
Relaxation Audio Sounds Autumn In The Forest
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