Did you ever join a martial art class in order to improve your self defence skills or simply to feel safer in life? The usual aproach is to exercise punches and kicks. Just look at the above picture! But hey, listen to Ando, he has some very good points here: Self defence is less about… Fortsett å lese Your sensei speaking about selfdefence
Do you suffer from some medical conditions? Are you concerned about your or a loved ones health? Do you have a physical or psychiatric diagnosis of any kind? Then you have probably come to the right site! Whilst the INNATE methode is a way to systematically improve your bodys ability to sustain itself and strengthen… Fortsett å lese Conditions
Even brief separations can impair the brain development of a young child or infant. Transcript from the video: When children are separated from their parents, what happens to the brain of the child? Even very brief separations are stressful to infants and young children. In the first few minutes our sympathetic nervous system kicks in… Fortsett å lese Child-parent connection: Basis for health
«Traume og sjokk er en indre tvangstrøye som skapes når et ødeleggende øyeblikk fryser til – og vedblir over lengre tid.» Det kan være et øyeblikk som kom for fort på. Det kan være en hendelse som var for voldsom, eller det kan være noe, som bare blir for mye over tid. Første kategorien kan… Fortsett å lese ADHD og PTSD er Traumer
Here is the foreword to the article in Wikipedia: The Polyvagal theory (gr. ‘polus’, “‘many’” + ‘vagal’, «‘vagus nerve’») specifies two functionally distinct branches of the vagus, or tenth cranial nerve. It serves to identify the relationship between visceral experiences and the vagus nerve’s parasympathetic control of the heart, lungs, and digestive tract. The theory… Fortsett å lese The polyvagal theory
When confronted with an outer danger, we humans basically have four defencesystems to chose from. Well, chose may not be the right word. It may be the diamentral opposite, namely that when we do not manage life, strategies are chosen for us. These strategies are hitting us when there seems to be no other way… Fortsett å lese Trauma: Too much, too often or too soon!